Updated: January 2013
Places in Computer Science
- Microsoft Research EngD - topics now invited Sept 2013
- Media Multitasking EngD in collaboration with BBC R&D. Sept 2013
- Next-generation Digital Video. EngD in collaboration with BBC R&D, Sept 2013
- Low-level graphics technologies in end-user platforms. Sponsor: Imagination Technologies (Sept 2013)
- Visualisation and delivery of a radiotherapy treatment of lung cancer. Sept 2013. Sponsor: Elekta Ltd
- Argument visualisation for medical decision support. Sponsor: Royal Free Hospital Trust (Sept 2013)
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Summer School 3D Design & Fabrication
UCL, 10-14th June 2013
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 7th May 2013
Funding availbale for fees and accommodation.
Please send email to Dr Jamie O'Brien
with your latest CV (2 page), a short description of why you would
like to participate in the summer school, and a listing of your relevant programming experience. The subject line must be
3D Summer School.
Advances in digital design and fabrication is rapidly changing the
landscape for digital design-to-fabrication, both for professional and
for amateurs. This summer school intends to provide both an exposure
to latest algorithms and methods in digital design and fabrication,
and also to provide the participants hands on exposure to latest
fabrication technologies (e.g., 3D printers, laser cutters, etc.).
The week long summer school will involve lectures by leading experts
in the area, both from academia and industry. As a key feature of the
summer school, participants will form small groups to design, plan,
and finally fabricate physical models using available fabrication
facilities at UCL (e.g., Institute of Making).
The summer school aims to bring together Computer Scientists, DIY
Makers, and Engineers under a focused theme to explore new
possibilities as 3D acquisition and accessible 3D printing/cutting
options become easily accessible.
Given the practical nature of the summer school, we can only accept a
small number of participants due to limited available fabrication
setups. So please apply early. A number of scholarships will also be
available to both UK and EU students. Individual accommodation in
a nearby hotel will be available upon request.
â€˘ Prof. Jan Kautz, University College London, UK
â€˘ Prof. Anthony Steed, University College London, UK
â€˘ Dr. Niloy J. Mitra, University College London, UK