I have just received confirmation that a paper for which I am second author has just been accepted into Eurographics 2015. This announcement is hot on the heels of presenting my first research publication at last years International Conference on Image Processing.
In the scale of conferences covering my research area, Eurographics is up there with the best, so I’m very excited to be part of a paper that will be presented there. This year Eurographics is being held in Zurich, Switzerland in May, so I might just be heading over there for a few days to present some of the work!
There will be no blog post this week because I’m still getting on top of everything post-holiday. The boat trip last week was incredible! Lots of pictures from that in the coming weeks. I’ve also been busy setting up a new website and blog for an exciting project that I’m working on with the University. Details of that and lots more coming in the next few weeks :)
I’ve decided that I’ve been neglecting this corner of the internet for too long, and I’ve had lots of exciting times recently that I want to share with you. So, for the foreseeable future I’ll be writing a new blog post every Thursday for you to soak into your eyeballs.
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Speak to you all on Thursday!
If you have a keen eye then you might notice that the way photos are displayed on the blog has changed to look at bit cooler and modern-like. That’s because I’ve moved all the photos from this blog onto my Flickr account, https://www.flickr.com/photos/thegrayscale/.
Ever since last May when Yahoo! announced the revamp of Flickr, including increasing the maximum free storage space to 1 TB, I’ve been tempted to start putting all my photos on there – I mean, just look at how cool it is! The photos are displayed in a new resizey-tiley way (technical term) and kept in the original size when you upload them, so it kind of acts as a backup if you ever need to get them again.
I want to start putting a lot more photos on Flickr, mainly because I’m starting to slowly phase Facebook out of my life and I want somewhere on-line that has all my photos so I can see them anywhere. And 1TB of space will allow me to do that. I mean, 1TB is about 300,000 12-megapixel photos… and that’s a lot of photos! Even my dad doesn’t take that many photos.
So, in conclusion, Flickr is pretty and therefore my blog is prettier. If you use Flickr you can add me as a friend, I feel very lonely on this one man island :(
Until next time x
“Now it is a strange thing, but things that are good to have and days that are good to spend are soon told about, and not much to listen to.” – The Hobbit, J. R. R. Tolkien
Just a quick note to say that all the pictures from Paris, Switzerland and my Graduation are now full-resolution. So if you want to go back and admire them in more glory, now you can! Now that’s sorted, I’ll be posting some pictures from my America trip in the coming days… stay tuned!