Beryllium Newsletter, November 2017
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Free Resources
 

(1) Free earth terrain models interactive download page >>
(2) Free lectures on 3D reconstruction Link >>
(3) Free lectures on multiview geometry Link >>
(4) Free lectures on robotics and navigation Link >>
(5) Free INRIA aerial images and building detection benchmarks >>
(6) Free multiview aerial images for dense reconstruction Link >>
                        
                      

Making The Satellite Data Useful For Everyone

farmAR is located at ESA SBIC in Noordwijk where we work close to ESA in order to make the best use of the Copernicus Services.
>> Currently we are working with test farms and we are interested to have contractors, freelancers, interns on board in order to join us with this historical journey where we develop full earth coverage services.  


>> farmAR is joining to the biggest agricultural exposition of the North America in January 2018.
Meet farmAR at the
Potato Expo in Orlando!

>> Here you can read our story published by AZO space of innovation 
>> We are working on calculating  the amount of yield increase and cost savings of the farmers. Please share farmAR website with your network 
>> Beril and Linda are packing for the Copernicus Masters program closing event in Tallinn. It might be a good opportunity to meet!


>> farmAR has great news which we are allowed to announce on November 7th! Curious?

Follow farmAR on Twitter >>
 

Upcoming Events    

 

>> Copernicus Masters Conference in Tallinn Link >>
>> BioRobotics Symposium at UTWENTE Link >>
>> Special issue 'multispectral remote sensing images' Link >>
>> Proba-v symposium Link >>
>> Machine learning challenge Link >>
>> 3D Urban Reconstruction Challenge Join >>
>> Special Issue Call, Land Use Change for Agriculture Link >>
>> Special Issue Call, LIDAR for forest management Link >>
>> GRSL High resolution image processing call Link >>
>> Special issue "machine learning for geospatial data" Link >>
>> IGARSS 2018 Link >>
>> Functional map of world challenge Link >>
>> Remote Sensing Journal CfP Special Issue on Biodiversity Link >>
>> Computer Graphics and Visualization Conference Link >> 
>> EuroVR2017 Virtual Reality Conference Link >>
>> Call for Papers, Remote Sensing & Machine Learning Link >>
>> Call for Papers, Object Detection & Deep Learning Link >>
               

Check earlier newsletter issues for other calls which might still be relevant!
Go to the October issue >>
Go to the September issue >>
Go to the August issue >>
Go to the July issue >>
See all Newsletter archive >>


 

Opportunities    

 

>> List of AR/VR job openings Link >>
>> Assistant professor vacancy in AR/VR field Link >>
>> Permanent job assist prof./reader in Robotics at Edinburgh
       Vacancy Ref: :  041725
       Contact Person :        Jenny Mallinson
       Contact Email :         jenny.mallinson@ed.ac.uk
>>PhD and Postdoc positions at TUWien Link >>
>> Several PhD and Postdoc positions at INRIA Link >>
>> Postdoc computational geometry Link >> 
>> 3D reconstruction and semantic segmentation of crops using range and image sensors Candidates should apply to hetroywheeler@unistra.fr
>> PhD position in quality assessment for video surveillance applications christophe.charrier@unicaen.fr
>> 10 Assistant professors, computer vision Link >>


 

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Useful Tech News 



>> Quick and easy 3D indoor creation with a tablet. The source code is available on gitHub.

 

Fluffy News 



They are rescued from streets by our volunteer heros!
They are cleaned and they went through a medical healing process.
Now they are ready to go to new homes! How great this is! 
Would you consider having a new family member? They are carefully carried to different countries around Europe! 
Please also consider donations. You can imagine that the medical care of these beautiful beings are not always very easy. Click on the puppy to contact. 

 

Happy Creative Busy 

 

I was asked last week twice; "why are you working on two totally different things; art and science?"
My answer was that "I do not see any difference in being engaged with beauty and creativity. I see what is good and beautiful. I think of what contributions I can make with my creativity. I communicate the results with unique ways of visualization.

I add science to art
I add art to science.
"



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 last month in Enschede, The Netherlands

 
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