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Thank you for joinning CASS 2017 in Ostrava!
The summer school is intended for students interested in advanced data processing algorithms, and visualization. The first edition will focus on the introduction to the topics Deep Learning and Visual Data Analysis and will provide an interdisciplinary platform for an elementary training in these areas. It will also serve as an international forum for knowledge transfer, experience sharing, and scientific networking between the participants.
Summer school partners
Local organizers (CZ)Michaela Vráželová, VŠB - TU Ostrava, Czech Republic
Dieter Weise, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany
Jana Nowaková, VŠB - TU Ostrava, Czech Republic
Barbora Klečková, VŠB - TU Ostrava, Czech Republic
Jan Platos, VŠB - TU Ostrava, Czech Republic
Pavel Kromer, VŠB - TU Ostrava, Czech Republic
Local organizers (AT)Anne Marie Faisst, Universität Wien, Austria
An advance registration to the summer school is required.
The following participant fees will be applied:
Austrian student (discounted): 80 EUR
Czech student (discounted): 1000 CZK
Czech student (regular): 4000 CZK
Foreign student (regular): 150 EUR
Non-student: 200 EUR / 5500 CZK
Registration / discounted registration application:
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Registration fee payment due:
A limited number of discounted registrations (scholarships) for Austrian and Czech students (5 + 5) will be available. The organizers reserve the right to grant discounted registration waiver at their discretion.
Registration to CASS is now closed
Introduction into Deep Learning I
Vis Tools and Case Studies
Introduction into Deep Learning II
Data Types, Semantics + Tasks
Deep Neural Networks
Visual encoding principles (Marks and Channels)
Facet: Multiple View Method
Visual Computing in Medicine
Simulation and Deep Learning
Applications of Deep Learning
Internet: eduroam is available in the VSB campus. Non-academic users can connect to the wireless network tuonet-guest with username/password cass2017/cass2017
The school will be held at the CPIT building.
The student dorms where the majority of the participants stays are approx. 100 meters away on the same university campus.
The summer school will take place in the campus of the VSB-Technical University of Ostrava which is located in the city of Ostrava. The campus is located at the very edge of the city in the district of Poruba. The district of Poruba is approximately 20 minutes far by bus or tram from Ostrava City Center.
Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic. It is located in the north-eastern part of the state close to the borders with Poland and Slovakia. Ostrava, nicknamed the ‘steel city’, has a rich history of steel production, coal mining, machinery, engineering, and technologies. Today, the city’s economy is transforming quickly towards high-tech and information industry. One of the most valuable of Ostrava's historical industrial facilities is the more than one hundred years old Vítkovice. Vítkovice has been recently recognized as a European heritage and it is currently under heavy re-development. It was open to public during the Spring of 2012 and hosted a number of international events including the Colours of Ostrava International Music Festival and City cross sprint Ostrava, a cross-country skiing competition. The New Vítkovice Park is now one of the premier conference and congress locations in the Czech Republic. More information about the city can be found at official site.
In the outskirts of Ostrava city, residents and visitors of Ostrava enjoy the lush green scenery of Moravian and Silesian countryside. The climate is mild and continental. Typical late summer temperatures can be anywhere between 20 – 25 Celsius, but it is not uncommon to experience a colder or warmer climate.