- (winner poster award) SMC methods for graphical models – Christian Naesseth
- Real time pose estimation using stereo vision and mapping -Jakob Wilm
- MRI-only based radiotherapy creating a pseudo CT scan from a T1-weighted MRI scan – Daniel Andreasen
- Data mining: Bayesian networks in quantum chromodynamics – Laura Jenniches
- Shape modelling of the inner ear from micro-CT data – Hans Martin Kjer
- Brain connectivity change with age – Niklas Kasenburg
- Sparse modeling of chemical compounds – Babak Keshavarz
- Lesion detection using conditional restricted Boltzmann machines – Oula Puonti
- Image registration using stationary velocity fields parameterized by norm-minimizing Wendland kernel – Akshay Pai
- Quantitative evaluation of peptide analogue distribution in mouse tissue using 3D computer modelling – Casper Jensen
- Interactive 3D topology optimization – Morten Nobel-Jørgensen
- Persistent homology for query performance prediction – Brian Brost
- Modeling temporal structure in music for emotion prediction using pairwise comparisons – Jens Madsen
- Model-based motion tracking of infants – Mikkel Olsen
- Discriminative feature learning with restricted Boltzmann machines for lung tissue classification – Gijs van Tulder
- Identifying visual structures for predicting action affordances – Mikkel Thomsen
- How to center restricted Botzmann machines – Asja Fischer
- Non-invasive estimation of pressure gradients in pulsatile flow using ultrasound – Jacob Olesen
- Automated hierarchical time gain compensation for ultrasound imaging – Ramin Moshavegh
- A diagnostic and predictive framework for wind turbine drive train monitoring – Martin Bach-Andersen
- A general sampling scheme for LGM’s with an application to extreme precipitation in Iceland – Guðmundur Einarsson
- Measuring particle statistics using a CNN-based segmentation – Anders B. L. Larsen
- Unsupervised deep learning applied to image segmentation and mammographic risk scoring – Pengfei Diao
Participation in the summer school will give you 3.0 ECTS credits if you present a poster at the summer school. This includes:
- Bringing a poster (relevant to the summer school topic, preferably). Max. dimensions are 88cm wide x 126cm tall (A0 portrait).
- A poster teaser (1-2 slides, 1 minute) at the summer school.
- Presenting your poster at a designated poster session.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the poster title, your poster (PDF format) and 1-2 teaser slides (PDF format) no later than 11 August (please include “poster summer school” in the subject). The poster will be put here and the poster teasers will be compiled and made ready for the summer school.