Teaching Resources for Image
Related Computation

This web page was started as a result of a panel discussion held at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition '96 conference. You can find the call for participation for the 2000 Workshop on Undergraduate Education and Image Computation, the program and pointers to papers from the 1997 workshop, and the panelist's position statements from the 1996 panel discussion.

Second IEEE CS Workshop on
Undergraduate Education & Image Computation
June 16, 2000 (post-CVPR '00); Hilton Head, South Carolina

PRELIMINARY program for the workshop - subject to change.

Information on travel scholarships to the education workshop.

Call for Participation

Kevin Bowyer \\ University of South Florida \\ kwb@csee.usf.edu }$ $\textstyle\parbox{2.4in}{
George Stockman \\ Michigan State University \\ stockman@cps.msu.edu }$ $\textstyle\parbox{2.4in}{
Louise Stark \\ University of the Pacific \\ lstark@uop.edu }$

Bruce Maxwell \\ Swarthmore College \\ maxwell@swarthmore.edu}$ $\textstyle\parbox{2.4in}{
Chandra Kambhamettu \\  University of Delaware \\ chandra@mail.eecis.udel.edu}$ $\textstyle\parbox{2.4in}{
Lynne Grewe\\ CSU Monterey Bay\\ Lynne\_Grewe@monterey.edu}$


This workshop follows in the successful tradition of the workshop held in conjunction with CVPR '97. In particular, we seek to emphasize well-documented examples of courses, course modules, case studies, lab resources, and other teaching materials that could help faculty to improve the quality of courses that deal with image-related computation. Possible topics for presentation and discussion at the workshop include, but are not limited to -


Four copies of papers should be received no later than March 14, 2000 at the address - Professor Kevin Bowyer / Department of Computer Science and Engineering / 4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENB 118 / Tampa Florida 33620-5399. Papers will be reviewed with an emphasis on potential to contribute toward improved teaching of image-related computation at the undergraduate level. All submissions should include e-mail address of corresponding author. Papers should not be longer than approximately 25 normal double-spaced pages. It is planned that a selection of the best papers presented at the workshop will be considered for a special issue of the International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence.

1997 IEEE Computer Society Workshop on
Undergraduate Education and Image-Related Computation

Workshop Organizers: Kevin Bowyer, George Stockman and Louise Stark

  • Click here for final program and links to papers.

    CVPR 96 Panel Discussion
    Panel Organizers: Kevin Bowyer and George Stockman

    Post-Panel Summary by the Organizers

    Position Statements by the Panelists

    Other Resources