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November 30, 2020 - December 4, 2020
The 15th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV2020) will be held in Kyoto on Nov 30 – Dec 4, 2020, which is the best season for enjoying Japanese autumn. ACCV is a leading biennial international conference mainly sponsored by Asian Federation of Computer Vision. This highly successful series provides a premier forum for researchers, developers, and practitioners to present and discuss new problems, solutions, and technologies in computer vision and related areas.
Where? Kyoto Miyako Messe
9-1, Okazaki Seishojicho, Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 606-8343, Japan.
The word codesign consists of two connected words: code sign. The idea in choosing this name comes from combining the role and design of the designer with the entire technology world, which is based entirely on ‘code’ writing.
Our business approach is based on sharing, trust and empathy. In order to accurately understand the needs of the business and to do the job best, it is necessary to mark a high presence in the field, to mark goals and objectives, ie to ‘sign’. This approach optimally adapts technology solutions to all types of problems, including generating data-based insights that help make vital business decisions.
This is the reason for choosing the name ‘codesign’ because our work process indicates that we have been here, that we have provided a correct and professional response to the customer’s satisfaction. This unique combination is copyrighted because of the originality of the name and its meaning.
The story began during the military period, when I volunteered to serve in the Givati unit in the Shaked Battalion in the IDF, but towards the end of the military service, on 12/05/2004, during an operational activity in the Philadelphi route, I sustained a serious injury that accompanies me to this day.
After a long rehabilitation period that included many physical therapy treatments, I enrolled in design studies at one of the best colleges in Israel, Thilten College in Haifa. I graduated with honors, won awards, started a small business and started working as an independent.
Today I am a design engineer and graphic designer in my professional training and I am a research scientist at a private and independent research institute I set up. I completed applied mathematics and computer science studies in an autodidactic way from the Technion and even participated in various theoretical and practical workshops at leading universities in Israel: Hebrew University, Bar-Ilan University, Ben-Gurion University and Weizmann Institute of Science.
During my work, as an independent, I was exposed to a variety of problems that many of my clients have encountered, so I thought of starting a professional blog that would concentrate on all the latest and most useful information to provide added value and great solution to all my clients and colleagues.