About the event

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Day 1:

10.00Arrival and Registration
10.30Opening introduction
11.00David Hawkins, Bartlett - Applying artificial neural networks to estimate building energy use in architectural design of higher education buildings
11.30Yotam Doron, VECG - Generating dense depth maps
12.00Greig Patterson, Bartlett - Sketching Building Performance
14.00Jozef Dobos, VECG - Revision Control System for 3D Assets
14.30Joe Williams, Bartlett - Understanding the relationship between windows and learning in a classroom environment using student movement as an indicator
15.00Kazim Pal, VECG - A user-guided system for repairing 2d surfaces
16.00David Di Ducca -
16.30James Martin, Medical Imaging - Lung tumour image reconstruction and motion modelling in cone-beam CT, using an optical surrogate
17.00Samuel Wilkinson, Bartlett - Stable space: Predicting robust solutions for parametric environmental optimisation in architectural design

Day 2:

09.30-13.00Business bootcamp, led by John Spindler, UCL Advances
14.00-16.30Social Media Workshop led by Jemima Gibbons
16.30-17.30Poster Session

8th and 9th February 2012

The symposium is an opportunity for all EngD VEIV students to present their work and seek interdisciplinary perspectives on their research. The event is primarily student-led, with the addition of invited contributions from key industry contacts. The two days of the event will be divided into conference-style presentations and workshops. There will be ample time for relaxing and socialising in the evening. All delegates get individual, high-quality over-night accomodation. Invititations are going out to all years of VEIV EngD students and industrial partners.

Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park (www.cumberlandlodge.ac.uk). "Set in the tranquil heart of Windsor Great Park, yet only 27 miles from London, Cumberland Lodge is perfectly placed for local, national and international meetings. Food and domestic standards are top class and the atmosphere is that of a friendly country house." Transportation will be arranged nearer the time.

The first half of the event will consist of conference-style presentations of student's work ranging across the VEIV. Whether you would like to present your first or final year thesis, an intermediate paper or interesting project results, please take the opportunity to talk to a broad range of your colleagues and get engaged in an open discussion.

The second half of the two days will be spent on a short and intense multi-disciplinary group workshop. We are looking for proposals for possible projects and volunteers for group leaders. Any ideas may relate to your own research but would benefit from cross-disciplinary input and open discussion.

If you are interested in presenting your work, leading a workshop group or have an idea for a group project, please contact any member of the comittee.

All work presented will be published in Symposium Proceedings and a coffee-table book to follow later in 2012.

Co-ordinating / Convening a Conference or Workshop, 5 Points
Conference Attendance, 2 Points
Conference - Paper Preparation, 2 Points
Conference - Paper Presentation, 1 Point
Conference - Poster Preparation, 2 Points
Conference - Poster Presentation, 1 Point

Please also RSVP to the event and collect your ticket here.

VEIV Symposium Commitee:
Jamie O'Brien, Anthony Steed, Dejan Mumovic, Gwyneth Bradbury, Samuel Wilkinson

Site author - Gwyneth Bradbury