Courses and Events

 ECSE organises Scientific Writing Skills and Scientific Presentation Skills -courses (lectured by Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun), which have been targeted not only to ECSE students, but all postgraduate students in UEF. The International Summer School in Novel Computing has been arranged during years 1993 - 2013.

 

2018

Scientific Writing Skills
June 11-13, 2018, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 76 participants

 

2017

Scientific Presentation Skills
June 5-8, 2017, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun, Justin Lebrun
Attendance: x participants

 

2017

Advanced Powerpoint
June 2, 2017, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun, Justin Lebrun
Attendance: 72 participants

 

2016

Scientific Writing Skills
June 13-15, 2016, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 125 participants

 

2015

Scientific Presentation Skills
June 8-11, 2014, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 65 participants

 

2014

Scientific Writing Skills
June 2-4, 2014, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 106 participants

 

2013

20th International Summer School in Novel Computing
August 5-9,2013, LUT, Lappeenranta

Model-based medical image analysis
Prof. Ela Claridge, School of Computer Science, The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Attendance: 20 participants

Agile and lean software development and improvement
Dr. Torgeir Dingsøyr, Department of Software Engineering, SINTEF ICT, Norway
& Department of Computer and Information Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Prof. Dag Sjøberg, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway
Attendance: 23 participants

 

 

Scientific Presentations Skills
June 10-12, 2013, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 59 participants

 

  Winter workshop on Data Mining and Pattern Recognition
March 4-6, 2013, UEF, Mekrijärvi research station, Ilomantsi
Attendance: 33 participants

 

2012

Scientific Writing Skills
August 6-8, 2012, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 96 participants

 

 

19th International Summer School in Novel Computing
J
une 18-21, 2012, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Recent Advances in Probabilistic Modeling for Pattern Recognition
Dr. Patrick Kenny, Lead researcher, CRIM, Montreal, Canada.
Attendance: 43 participants.

Social Computing
Dr. Rosta Farzan, Postdoc researcher, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
Attendance: 22 participants

 

2011

Scientific Presentations Skills
August 30-September 1, 2011, UEF, Joensuu Campus

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 46 participants

 

 

18th International Summer School in Novel Computing
August 8-11, 2011, UEF, Kuopio Campus

Fuzzy Clustering for Image Segmentation and 4G Security
Prof. Laurence S. Dooley, Department of Communication and Systems, Open University, UK.
Prof. Pasi Fränti, School of Computing, UEF.
Attendance: 14 participants

A Research Perspective on Software Engineering and Software Engineers
Dr. John Noll and Dr. Sarah Beecham, LERO, Irish Software Engineering Research Centre.
Attendance: 16 participants

XQuery for Querying XML Data
Prof. Pekka Kilpeläinen, School of Computing, UEF
Attendance: 11 participants

 

 

ECSE Winter Seminar 2011 - Advanced Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Workshop
February 23-25, 2011, Mekrijärvi Research Station, Ilomantsi, Finland

 

2010

17th International Summer School in Novel Computing
August 9-13, 2010, LUT, Lappeenranta.

Vision for Robotic Localization and Mapping
Dr. Matthew Johnson-Roberson; Dr. Gert Koostra, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH), Sweden.
Attendance: 23 participants

Service design
Prof. Matti Rossi, School of Economics, Aalto University, Finland; Dr. Tuure Tuunanen, University of Oulu, Finland.
Attendance: 35 participants

 

2009

16th International Summer School in Novel Computing
August 10 - August 14, 2009, Joensuu

Speaker and Language Recognition
Dr. Douglas A. Reynolds, Lincoln Laboratory, MIT
Attendance: 34 participants

Platforms for Stories-based Learning in Future Schools
Prof. Paul De Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Attendance: 18 participants
 

 

Scientific Writing
June 8 - June 10, 2009, Joensuu

Dr. Jean-Luc Lebrun
Attendance: 83 participants

 

2008

15th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Software Testing: Techniques, Tools, and Processes
Adjunct Professor, Docent Mika Katara, Tampere University of Technology, Finland.
Attendance: 6 participants.

Computational intelligence (data mining, machine learning)
Dr. Jaakko Hollmen, University of Helsinki
Attendance: 9 participants.

 

2007

14th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Sequential Analysis for Time-constrained Vision Problems
Associate Professor Jiri Matas, Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Rep.
Attendance: 17 participants.

Proactive Research on Systems Development
Associate Professor Tero Päivärinta, Adgar University College, Kristiansand, Norway
Attendance: 16 participants.

 

2006

13th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Multimedia Information Systems
Prof. Nicu Sebe, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Attendance: 25 participants.

Holistic Thinking for Introducing Technology Enhanced Learning within Higher Education Setting
Dr. Miguel Baptista Nunes, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Attendance: 9 participants.

 

2005

12th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Security Aspects of Mobile Communication
Dr. Elena Trichina
, Spansion LLC, Germany
Attendance: 27 participants.

Information Systems
Prof. Juhani Iivari, University of Oulu, Finland
Attendance: 19 participants

 

2004

11th International Summer School in Novel Computing

A Practical Overview of Genetic Algorithms
Prof. Nirupam Chakraborti, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Attendance: 16 participants

Web Services - Concepts, Architectures and Applications
Prof. Dr. Gustavo Alonso, Researcher Cesare Pautasso, Eth Zürich, Switzerland
Attendance: 15 participants.

 

2003

10th International Summer School in Novel Computing

User Driven Design
Prof. Donald C. Gause, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York, USA.
Attendance: 34 participants

Quantization for Source Coding
Prof. Xiaolin Wu, McMaster University, Canada
Attendance: 20 participants.

 

2002

9th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Parallel Architectures and Algorithms
Prof. Dr. Jop Sibeyn, University of Halle, Germany
Attendance: 10 participants.

Product Lines and Product Line Architectures
Prof. Jan Bosch, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Attendance: 36 participants

Applied Statistics and Multidimensional Data Analysis
Prof. Dimitar Vandev, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Attendance: 8 participant.

 

2001

8th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Fuzzy Expert Systems
Prof. Kaoru Hirota, Hirota Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Attendance: 10 participants.

Cryptography
Prof. Smile Markovski, Institute of Informatics, Skopje, Macedonia
Attendance: 19 participants.

 

2000

7th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Systems Requirements Engineering
Prof. Anthony Finkelstein and Dr. Olly Gotel, University College London, UK
Attendance: 25 participants

Adaptive Educational Systems
Prof. Peter Brusilovsky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Attendance: 19 participants.

 

1999

6th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Psychology of Programming
Dr. Francoise Detienne, INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
Attendance: 18 participants.

Fundamentals of Speech Processing
Dr.Tech., Docent Unto K. Laine, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Attendance: 12 participants.

 

1998

5th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Structured Electronic Documents
Prof. Anne Brüggemann-Klein, TU München, Germany
Prof. Heather Brown, University of Kent, UK
Prof. Peter Brown, University of Kent, UK
Attendance: 20 participants.

Nonlinear Signal Processing
Dr. Pertti Koivisto, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Heikki Huttunen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Attendance: 15 participants.

 

1996

4th International Summer School in Novel Computing

Parallel Computing
Dr. Satish Rao, NEC Research Institute of Princeton, USA
Attendance: 16 participants

Introduction to Software Metrics
Dr. Barbara Kitchenham, Keele University, UK.
Attendance: 18 participants

 

1995

3rd International Summer School in Novel Computing

Molecular Computing
Prof. Michael Condrad, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA
Attendance: 14 participants.
Formal Methods in Hardware Design
Prof. Joerg Staunstrup, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Attendance: 14 participants

 

1994

2nd International Summer School in Novel Computing

Object Oriented Programming
Assoc. Prof. Juerg Gutknecht, Eth, Switzerland
Attendance: 20 participants

Active Vision
Prof. Jan-Olof Eklundh, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Attendance: 16 participants

 

1993

1st International Summer School in Novel Computing

Optical Computing
Prof. David Casasent, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Attendance: 25 participants.

Neural Computing
Prof. Erkki Oja, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Teuvo Kohonen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Attendance: 20 participants

 

In year 1997, ECSE co-organised the following two international conferences

  1. 10th Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis. Attendance: 237 participants.
  2. 1st Russian-Scandinavian Workshop on Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis. Attendance: 42 participants

The International Summer School in Telecommunications has been organised at Lappeenranta University of Technology from the year 1992 until 2004. The length of this seminar is one week, and there were about 200 participants from universities and companies.

 

The Intensive Program in Computer Vision is a series of international courses started in 1996. The courses have been organised by ECSE, University of Koblenz, Germany, University of Jean Monnet, France, Budapest Tech, Hungary, University of Granada, Spain, and University of Saint-Etienne, France. The history of Intensive Progam in Computer Vision is shown below.

 

2008 University of Joensuu, Finland

2006 Budapest Tech, Hungary

2004 University of Saint-Etienne

2002 University of Koblenz

2000 Lappeenranta University of Technology

1998 University of Granada

1996 University of Koblenz