is a joint colloquium forum of the Technion‘s Computer Science and Electrical Engineering departments. Its goal is to introduce new problems and solutions in the areas of computer vision, image processing, and computer graphics, as well as any other “pixel” oriented field (related “non-pixel” subjects are also very welcome).
The Club’s intended audience is graduate students, faculty, and visitors from academia and industry. The talks are typically informal, encouraging all attendants to ask questions and contribute ideas. There is usually a one-hour talk every week during the academic year, given by a visitor, a faculty member or a graduate student. Lectures usually take place on Tuesdays, 11:30, either at CS or EE department buildings.
The Pixel Club maintains a mailing list by which Club activities (and other related activities) are announced. Pixel Club talks are also announced on the Technion’s weekly newsletter, as well as at the EE and CS departments.
If you are interested in joining the Pixel Club mailing list, please use the registration link. For any other comment or suggestion, please contact Or Elezra.
If you have something interesting to present, or if you hear about some interesting related activity, please let us know.
Mailing-list: To join or leave the mailing list – click here.