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Training

International Workshops

The REVAMMAD project offers a very intensive training program.   Several network wide intensive training workshops have already taken place:

The workshops are complemented by e-learning modules and external courses.

e-Seminars & Journal Club

ESRs have the opportunity to attend a series of e-seminars designed exclusively for REVAMMAD. From November 2014, e-Seminars are complemented by Journal Clubs. ESRs will rotate to lead the monthly journal club:

  • ‘Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning’ – Prof. Andrew Hunter, University of Lincoln
  • ‘Advanced Approach to Machine Learning’ – Prof Andrew Hunter, University of Lincoln
  • ‘Introduction to Image Analysis’ – Dr Xenophon Zabulis, FORTH-ICS
  • ‘Image processing and 3D geometry’ – Dr Xenophon Zabulis, FORTH-ICS
  • ‘Simplified models for fluid-structure interaction in blood flows’ – Jean-Frederic Gerbeau – INRIA
  • First e-Journal Club event lead by Matteo Aletti
  • ‘Pearling string instability in small blood vessels’ Jens Christian Brings Jacobsen – University of Copenhagen

Non-Network Conferences and Workshops

MICCAI (International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention) – Istambul (Turkey), October 2016

EMBC (Annual International Conference of th IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society) – Orlando (US), August 2016

EASDec (Annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes Eye Complications Study Group) – Manchester (UK), June 2016

ARVO (Annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology) – Seattle (US), May 2016

ISBI (International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging) – Prague (Czech Reputlic), April 2016

MICCAI 2015 – Munich, October 2015

Research Community

REVAMMAD ESRs have access to a wealth of resources in their field of research.

Women in Science:

WISE – Women in Science and Engineering – University of Lincoln

Women in Science University of Dundee

Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship

L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme

Athena Swan Charter

 

 

 

 

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