Institute Events

Scenes from Video III

Symposium
  • 29 October 2017 - 01 November 2017
  • Lago di Garda

This is the third in a series of invitation-only workshops held after ICCV. SfV brings together experts on image and video understanding, machine learning, and 3D scene analysis. In so doing, we hope to draw several lines of research together to address the problem of extracting both physical and semantic information from video.

Organizers: Michael Black

Günter Petzow Colloquium

Symposium
  • 24 July 2015 • 13:00 16:00
  • MPI_IS Stuttgart, Heisenbergstr. 1, Great Lecture Hall (2 D5)

(interesting speakers and talks - mostly in German) Seit 2002 veranstaltet das Institut am Standort Stuttgart ein wissenschaftliches Kolloquium, das der Kontaktpflege mit den Alumni und Freunden des Instituts dient. Wir bitten um Anmeldung bis 30. Juni 2015, entweder per Post oder unter: www.is.mpg.de/gpk2015


MLSS 2015 - Machine Learning Summer School 2015 in Tübingen

Teaching
  • 13 July 2015 • 09:00 - 24 July 2015 • 18:00
  • Max Planck Institute Campus, Tübingen, Germany

MLSS's are a renowned venue for graduate students, researchers, and professionals. They offer an opportunity to learn about fundamental and advanced aspects of machine learning, data analysis and inference, from intellectual leaders of the field.
In the summer of 2015 the MLSS will make its fourth appearance in Tübingen.

Organizers: Michael Hirsch Philipp Hennig Bernhard Schölkopf


  • Max Planck Institute Campus, Tübingen, Germany

Symposium on Intelligent Systems / Alumni Meeting of the departments:

- Empirical Inference (Bernhard Schölkopf)
- Perceiving Systems (Michael J. Black)
- Autonomous Motion (Stefan Schaal)

Organizers: Claudia Daefler Matthias Tröndle


DALI 2015 – Data, Learning and Inference

Event
  • 10 April 2015 - 12 March 2015
  • La Palma (Canaries, Spain)

The idea of DALI is to combine the special qualities of the former Snowbird meetings (intimate atmosphere, very good people, plenty of time to interact) with positive aspects of larger conferences that rarely take place in Europe. We decided for a three day format with two days of workshops, and one day of plenary talks in the middle, including a poster session. We chose an attractive location in a nearby time zone, which limits travel times for many of us who normally travel to meetings in the US. We have initially circulated this link only to a small list of people with the hope that we can bootstrap it into a high quality meeting of size around 50-100. If you haven’t been contacted yet, but you’d like to attend, please e-mail us.


Scenes from Videos Workshop

Symposium
  • 10 December 2014 - 13 December 2014
  • Barossa Valley, Australia

This invitation-only workshop will bring together experts in the field to focus on the problem of estimating Scenes from Video. In so doing, we hope to draw several lines of research together to address the problem of extracting physical and semantic information from video.


Computer Vision Workshop

Event
  • 23 November 2014 - 25 November 2014
  • Max Planck House, Tübingen

As a follow up meeting on the RNLS (Research Network on Learning Systems) at the ETH Zürich in June 2014, we will organise the Computer Vision Breakout Meeting on the MPI IS Campus in Tuebingen. This meeting is to bring together researchers from both institutions, MPI IS and ETH Zürich, to exchange ideas, knowledge and experiences and learn from each other.


  • ETH Zurich, Department of Computer Science

The inaugural summer school of the joint ETH/MPI Research Network on Learning Systems will feature tutorial lectures and practicals on various topics related to Learning Systems. In particular, researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and ETH Zurich will present introductory and advanced topics in areas such as Statistical Machine Learning, Robotics / Control and Computer Vision.


  • Max Planck Institute Campus, Tübingen, Germany

Multivariate analysis of neuroimaging data has gained ground very rapidly in the community over the past few years, leading to impressive results in cognitive and clinical neuroscience. Pattern recognition and machine learning conferences regularly feature a neuroimaging workshop, while neuroscientific meetings dedicate sessions to new approaches to neural data analysis. Thus, a rich two-way flow has been established between disciplines. It is the goal of the PRNI workshop series to continue facilitating exchange of ideas between scientific communities, with a particular interest in new approaches to the interpretation of neural data driven by new developments in pattern recognition and machine learning.

Organizers: Moritz Grosse-Wentrup


Girls Day

Event
  • 27 March 2014
  • Max Planck Institute Campus, Tübingen, Germany

Organizers: Claudia Daefler