Student Assistant Award
Marjan Shahpaski has won a Student Assistent award. Congratulations!
IVRL members Sami Arpa and Vassilis Kalofolias won the second stage of Venture Kick with their short film distribution platform, Largo.
IVRL welcomes Vassilis Kalofolias who joined the lab as a project engineer.
Paper at the Digital Humanities Conference 2017
Leonardo Impett of IVRL presented his work on Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne at this year’s Digital Humanities Conference in Montreal, Canada. A long abstract of the contribution, entitled From Mnemosyne to Terpsichore: the Bilderatlas after the image, is available here: https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/227365
Nina Zizakic from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, joined IVRL for a summer internship.
Congratulation to Nikolaos Arvanitopoulos for successfully passing his PhD thesis defense!
Summer School in Artistic and Architectural Research, the Digital Humanities and Critical Technical Practice
IVRL welcomes Majed El Helou who has joined the lab after successfully passing his PhD Candidacy exam. Congratulations!
Indu Ilanchezian from the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, started a summer internship at the lab.
IVRL members Bin Jin, Majed El Helou and Edo Collins will be presenting papers at the International Conference on Image Processing, to be held in Beijing, China.
IVRL welcomes Jia Lim from the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a new intern at the lab. He is here as part of the NUS Overseas Colleges program and will be working on the VIZIR project for six months.
Gaspard Chevassus-Agnes from Grenoble INP ended his six-month final Master internship in the laboratory. He successfully worked with Nick Arvanitopoulos, Marjan Shahpaski and Sami Arpa on their respective topics of research.
Congratulations to IVRL members Radhakrishna Achanta, Nikolaos Arvanitopoulos, Bin Jin and Marjan Shahpaski on having their papers accepted to the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, taking place in Honolulu, Hawaii.
IVRL member Leonardo Impett will present the lab’s research on Aby Warburg and the Pathosformel at the TRAFIC lectures on art and digital technologies. The lecture will take place on Thursday 17 April, at 1900.