Objective of the school  

This short 3-day school is meant to provide a self-contained comprehensive introduction to modern video surveillance methods and techniques, with a good balance between theory and practical applications.
This school is open to PhD and undergraduate students, scholars in the field of surveillance and security, and is conceived also for technicians from both industries and public entities.

The courses of the school will be taught by both distinguished scientists of the field and representatives of the main companies worldwide working in the video surveillance research. For this reason, the envisioned lessons will tackle the problems related to surveillance from different perspectives, ranging from system installation issues to basic algorithmic components to state-of-the-art high-level techniques.

The scope is to provide also the capabilities to build from scratch a simple video surveillance system (from object extraction to high-level scene understanding). For this purpose, technical sessions in lab will be coupled to the theory sessions.

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Event organized and promoted by Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Group, Imagelab  University of Modena and Reggio Emilia