Beryllium Newsletter, June 2017
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Free Resources
 

(1)  Tons of free 3D models to download without subscription



(2) Free MatLab webinars
    Topic 1: Optimizing and accelarating MatLab code. Register >>
    Topic 2: Sharing & deploying MatLab applications. Register >>

(3) Free NASA webinars
     Topic 1: Remote sensing of land indicators for sustainable development. Register >>
     Topic 2: Funsamentals of remote sensing  Register >>

 

 

Making The Satellite Data Useful For Everyone
 

With support of VITO and the Copernicus services
we have started to get feedback on farmAR from our potato farms. Starting from the selected test farms, we are working on
calculating  the amount of yield increase and cost savings of the farmers.
 
Please share farmAR website with your network (especially with food growers if you know them).

farmAR is invited to the foodTech bootcamp in Stuttgart in July.

Beril as the founder of create4D is also preparing for the Copernicus Masters program closing event in Estonia.

Follow updates;


farmAR project >>
create4D on Facebook >>

create4D on YouTube >>

create4D Homepage >>


 

Upcoming Events    

 

>> Copernicus Masters Conference in Tallinn Link >>
>> Symposium on Vision, Modeling and Visualization in Bonn Link >>
>> Call for Nominations, Software Award and Dataset Award Link >>
>> Call for special issues, 
     Call 1: Pattern recogition, remote sensing Link >>
     Call 2: Forest structure Link >>
     Call 3: Smarter cities Link >>

Upcoming Graph Theory book announcement >> with Beril's preface and introduction as Editor


Check earlier newsletter issues for other calls which might still be relevant!
Go to the May issue >>
Go to the April issue >>
Go to the March issue >>
See all Newsletter archive >>


 

Opportunities    

 

>> PhD Position in Computer Graphics Geometry Link >> 
>> Two postdoc positions in discrete differential geometry and geometry processing Link >> 
>> A six months pre-thesis Internship position is opened at Inria Sophia Antipolis. Topic: Geometric Modeling of Human Walking for Medical Rehabilitation via Data Fitting and Machine Learning. Contact: laurent.buse@inria.fr
>> Software engineer / developer position (Requirement : Degree in Computer Science / Engineering / Math) Contact: michela.spagnuolo@ge.imati.cnr.it
>> PhD Position (Requirement: Degree in Computer Science / Engineering / Math) Contact: michela.spagnuolo@ge.imati.cnr.it
>> PostDoc Position (Requirement: PhD in Computer Graphics / Engineering / Applied math) Contact: michela.spagnuolo@ge.imati.cnr.it
>> PhD Position: Surface reconstruction from unstructured 3D curves Link >>
>> PhD Position: Discrete optimization and machine learning for line drawing 3D reconstruction Link >>


Check the earlier newsletter issues for the previously announced opportunities. 


 

Freshly Published    

 

>> Recently published computer graphics and computer vision journals
 

>> Software engineers and test engineers appreciate this small booklet a lot. The knowledge, which generally takes a year and a lot of headache to learn, can be learned by this book in a day! You become more successful and stress free at your work. Your contribution supports your projects, your team, your company. Your visible efficiency carries you to the next level in your career. Please also check other supportive books in this link.




 

Useful Tech News 



>> What if it was possible to create 3D models of large areas from pictures rapidly?

 

>> AWE 2017 Augmented Reality Contest Winners Video >>

 

Happy Creative Busy 

 

Contact Beril to have original artwork for reasonable prices with free AR apps!

Click on the images below to see DEMO



Follow Beril's art diaries on Instagram and Facebook

 

 

I hope this letter serves you.
Please give me feedback. Thank you very much for reading.
With my best wishes,

Beril


The photo is taken in Rotterdam Kralingse Bos with my biggest supporter :)
I do acknowledge your so dear support as well. We did all this journey together and we are going to do greater things! 

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