job & conference (fwd)
Bonnie Blackwell, x 3332 (bonn@QCVAXA.ACC.QC.EDU)
Tue, 14 Feb 1995 09:09:48 EDT
The Ohio State University, Department of Anthropology, invites applications for
a tenured appointment in Archaeology at the Associate Professor level
commencing October 1, 1996.
The applicant must have an established grant record, an active program of field
research, and publications in leading, peer-reviewed journals. Geographic
focus in the Middle East or Latin America. Theoretical specialty open.
Excellence in teaching and research required. The appointee's duties include
teaching and advising at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including
introductory archaeology and upper division region, method, and theory courses,
and graduate seminars. Salary negotiable and commensurate with qualifications.
Deadline for applications in September 15, 1995, or until position is filled.
Send cover letter, vita, and names of three references to:
William Dancey, Search Committee Chair
Department of Anthropology
The Ohio State University
110 Lord Hall
124 West 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-1364
The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
Women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans, and individuals
with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Submitted by: Kristen J. Gremillion, Dept. of Anthropology, Ohio State
University, 244 Lord Hall, 124 W. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH, 43210-1364
Query: will it be possible to re-mail this message in a few months in order to
reach new members of the SAS-Net? This can be done at manager's discretion, or
let me know and I will resubmit.
------------- Message 3: Morphometrics Shape Conference Leeds 1995 -------
From: MX%"iand@AMSTA.LEEDS.AC.UK" 7-FEB-1995 22:05:19.73
Subj: Shape conference: Leeds 1995
FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT
CURRENT ISSUES IN STATISTICAL SHAPE ANALYSIS
International Conference run by Statistics Department,
University of Leeds, UK,
(incorporating 15th Leeds Statistics Research Workshop and CoMIR)
April 5-7, 1995
Statistical shape analysis considers the study of geometrical
objects where translation, rotation and possibly scale information
can typically be ignored. The subject has received a great deal of
recent attention, following the pioneering work of D.G. Kendall and
F.L. Bookstein in the late 1970s/early 1980s. Although the
methodology is being widely applied there are many key issues that
need to be resolved. The conference aims to bring together workers
in the field, to discuss both theoretical and practical issues.
WEDNESDAY 5 APRIL
10.30 am REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
11.35 am David Kendall Shapes and Shape-spaces:
Cambridge, UK What do they look like?
1.30 pm John Gower Distance, Geometry and Shape
2.15 pm Colin Goodall Procrustes Methods in the Statistical
Penn State, USA Analysis of Shape Revisited
3.30 pm Huiling Le The Mean Shape and the
Nottingham, UK Shape of the Means
4.00 pm Ian Dryden Investigating Regularity in Spatial
Leeds, UK Point Patterns using Shape Analysis
4.30 pm Subhash Lele Euclidean Distance Matrix Analysis
John Hopkins, USA of Landmark Coordinate Data:
a Statistical Review
THURSDAY, 6 APRIL
9.00 am Kanti Mardia Shape Advances and Future
Leeds, UK Perspectives
9.30 am Burzin Bhavnagri Construction of a Markov Process
Adekaide, Australia to Model a Process Arising in Vision
10.00 am Ilya Molchanov Abstract Landmarks and their Applications
11.00 am Chris Small Shape Metrics and Frobenius Norms
11.30 am POSTER FORUM
Five-minute talks by poster presenters with discussion
2.00 pm Peter Green Reversible Jump MCMC Computation
Bristol, UK and High Level Image Analysis
2.45 pm John Marchant A Compartmented Snake for
AFRC, UK Model-based Boundary Location
3.45 pm Tim Cootes Active Shape Models: Recent Advances
4.15 pm Jens Anderson 2-D Shape Recognition by
Copenhagan, Denmark Sequential Test Procedures
4.45 pm Adam Baumberg Spatio-temporal Shape Model
5.15 pm Mads Nielsen Bayesian Inference in
Copenhagan, Denmark Computer Vision: Binocular
Stereo from Axioms to Algorithm
FRIDAY 7 APRIL
9.30 am Fred Bookstein The Morphometric Synthesis
11.00 am F.James Rohlf Multivariate Analyses of Shape
New York, USA
11.30 am Paul Sampson Eigenshape Analysis of Left
Washington, USA Ventricular Shape from 2-D Contrast
Ventriculograms and from 3-D
12.00 noon Bill Green A Simple Construction of
Michigan, USA Triangle Shape Space
2.00 pm John Kent Topics in Inference for
Leeds, UK Shape Analysis
2.45 pm OPEN DISCUSSION PANEL - Fred Bookstein, Wilfrid Kendall,
TIMETABLE: Wednesday 10.30 a.m.(registration) - Friday 4.00 p.m.
REGISTRATION FEE : 110 pounds sterling (students 90 pounds)
The conference will be held in Fairbairn House, part of the
University of Leeds campus, and which offers conference and
associated facilities to a high standard.
Fees include conference proceedings, lunch and car parking.
CONFERENCE DINNER (Thursday):25 pounds sterling,
payable with registration fee.
Fees should be paid in advance to UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS.
Accommodation in nearby hotels at reasonable prices can be arranged
if required. Individuals must settle their own accommodation
Dr. Christine Gill, e-mail: email@example.com
Department of Statistics,
University of Leeds, tel: 0113 2335157
Leeds, LS2 9JT fax: 0113 2335102
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION - WEDNESDAY 15TH MARCH 1995
CURRENT ISSUES IN SHAPE ANALYSIS 5 - 7 APRIL 1995
REGISTRATION FORM Please detach and return to Dr C. A. Gill,
Department of Statistics, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT.
NAME :...............................Fee enclosed(pounds sterling)
ADDRESS :............................... 110 or 90 ....
............................... Dinner 25 ....
............................... TOTAL ....
Please tick for:-
conference dinner.... car park space....
accommodation on: Tuesday night.... Wednesday night....
Thursday night.... Friday night....
any other nights, please specify.............
at price (pounds sterling): <30.... 30-40.... 40-50.... 50+....
Bonnie Blackwell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dept of Geology, (718) 997-3332
Queens College, City University of New York, fax: 997-3349
Flushing, NY 11367-1597