Science Like You've Never Seen Before...
The CREATE Lab and Carnegie Mellon University, with The Fine Foundation, are pleased to announce the first Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science. Aiming to explore innovative use of GigaPan in the classroom, the field and the laboratory, the conference featured all aspects of gigapixel technology in the science field.
November 11–13, 2010
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Conference registration closes October 28th at Midnight EST. Register for the conference »
- Mark Bauman, Executive Vice President TV & Film at National Geographic
- Alan Eustace, Senior Vice President, Engineering & Research, Google
- David J. Korsmeyer, Chief, Intelligent Systems Division, NASA Ames Research Center
Who should attend?
Students, Researchers, Scientists , Teachers
What's it all about?
Practitioners will present and discuss their latest techniques, ideas, applications and research findings related to various aspects of gigapixel imaging for science. The conference program will consist of keynote speakers, tutorials, workshops, technical presentations, poster presentations, lightning talks, birds of a feather sessions and a juried exhibition of GigaPan prints.
Our deep appreciation to The Fine Foundation, without whose support this program would not be possible. Support also provided by: GigaPan, Google, Carnegie Mellon University, NASA, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)