Meetings

iCVL Meetings

The iCVL maintains its own weekly seminar series and reading group where we either have guests to discuss their research or we have one of our own lead the study of a topic or a specific research of interest from the literature. Our meetings run as two hour round table discussions (currently on Wednesdays 10:00-12:00) and enjoy a significant level of interaction than most seminars. We will be delighted to host you to learn about your work too. Please contact the lab’s director or our seminar coordinator.

While group meetings started in 2007, organized listings for the web site began in Feb 2012, shortly before its launching in July 2012. The forthcoming meeting is automatically highlighted and centered below. Please scroll up and down for future and past meetings.

2019
  • 30.01.2019
  • Peleg Harel - BGU
  • The Jigsaw Puzzle Problem
Abstract: In this meeting Peleg will present an overview of his thesis topic on "The Jigsaw Puzzle Problem". He will present the motivation behind the jigsaw puzzle problem, some past solutions and the direction that will be explored on his thesis work for solving the problem.
  • 23.01.2019
  • Rotem Mairon -BGU
  • Quantifying the Center Bias in Eye-Movements during Scene Viewing
Abstract:TBA
  • 16.01.2019
  • Keren Berger - BGU
  • Retinal Cone Mosaic and Individual Authentication - 2
Abstract: In this meeting we will continue the discussion on retinal cone mosaic and it's possible use as a biometric method.
  • 10.01.2019
  • Lab Session
  • Hands-On Experience in Writing Paper Reviews
Abstract: This meeting will be dedicated to discuss papers received for peer review, and to jointly write the reviews. The participation of all lab members in the process allows members to gain experience in this professional skill.
  • 02.01.2019
  • Keren Berger - BGU
  • Retinal Cone Mosaic and Individual Authentication - 1
Abstract: The meeting will begin with Keren reviewing literature on the retinal cone mosaic and presenting it's possible use as a biometric method, which we will then open for group discussion.
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