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Best Colour Paper awarded to David Sandberg

Congratulations to David Sandberg, programmer for SNAP Network Surveillance, who has won the ‘Best Colour Paper’ prize awarded by Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CiSRA) at the recent 2011 DICTA conference.

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2011 Pearcy SA Entrepreneur - Runner Up

Congratulations to Dr Henry Detmold who was Runner Up in the 2011 Pearcey SA Entrepreneur Award!

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ARC Success!

Congratulations to Anton and Anthony who have secured $330,000 of Discovery Project funding in the 2012 ARC round!

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ARC DECRA success!

Well done to Javen who has been awarded $375,000 of DECRA funding through the ARC in the 2012 round!! Only 277 proposals were awarded from over 2,100 applications. This is a fabulous result for Javen, congratulations!

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Another patent granted

Congratulations to Dr Gustavo Carneiro on the awarding of his latest US patent.

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Canon Extreme Imaging Competition

CiSRA, Canon’s Australian research facility, has recently announced the launch of Canon’s new “Extreme Imaging” competition. This prize is open to student projects and their supervisors at Australian Universities.

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Imaging cereals for increased crop yield

A news release about our recent ARC Linkage grant award:

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Great ICCV result

Our researchers have had 5 papers accepted to The International Conference on Computer Vision 2011, which will be held in Barcelona in November.

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Venture Capital is keen on Computer Vision

According to MIT/Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB) board member Gigi Wang, Computer Vision is the focus of VC attention for the next round of investments;

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Great CVPR result

The members of the ACVT have had 7 papers accepted to this year’s CVPR.  CVPR is one of the top 2 conferences in Computer Vision, receives over 1,500 submissions per year, and has an acceptance rate of around 25%.

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