• 1. Summer school opening is 1PM Monday 30 June.
    • Registration desk is located in the foyer of Faraday Building, outside Faraday Lecture Theatre, and will be open from 11AM Monday 30 June.
  • 2. Accommodation.
    • If you have paid residential rate, your registration includes 4 night accommodation from Monday 30 June. If you are arranging your accommodation yourself, you may find the list of B&B and hotels on the summer school website useful.
    • For residential delegates: Check-in is in house Preseli (building 20 on the attached Campus map, 100m behind Fulton house, the central building on the campus where you always can ask and get information) from 2pm onwards until late. Late arrival is no problem as there is a porter present in Preseli 24 hours a day. Check-out is by 10am on the day you leave. There will be a place to store luggage. Accommodation includes breakfast, which takes place in Fulton house (building 17) on the Campus map, the central building on Campus.
  • 3. Onsite parking.
    • Parking on the University campus is restricted and primarily for staff even during the vacation period.
    • Blue Badge Permit Holders may park in any of the available spaces on campus ensuring they do not block emergency access routes.
    • Residential Delegates:
      • Visitors staying in campus accommodation can park on campus.
      • Visitors arriving before 4pm on weekdays must park in one of the off-campus car parks to the East or West of campus. Residential delegates can bring their cars onto campus after 4pm and park in Car Park 2 at the bottom of campus for the duration of your stay. A Temporary Parking Notice must be collected from the Residences Reception at check-in (after 2pm) and clearly displayed in the windscreen.
      • Residential delegates can take their vehicle to Preseli Reception to unload luggage after 2pm, check-in and collect a TPN, however, vehicles must be moved to Car Park 2 (space allowing) or the off-campus car parks and not left outside Preseli Residences.
      • Residential delegates arriving for the weekend after 4.00pm on Fridays, can park in any car park on campus. However, vehicles must be moved to the main car park by 8.00am Monday morning.
      • It may be necessary during peak periods to direct residential delegates to the off campus car parks during the day time, however you are permitted to bring cars back onto campus from 5pm until 8am the following morning.
      • If all campus car parking spaces are full, there is a visitor pay & display car park on the immediate right hand side of the University entrance. The charges are:
      Up to 2 hours ...................... £1.00
      Up to 4 hours ...................... £2.00
      Over 4 hours ....................... £3.00
      • Parking in unauthorised areas or failure to display a valid Temporary Parking Notice, will result in the issue of a parking fine.
    • Non-Residential and Day Visitors:
      • Non-residential visitors or delegates must use the off-campus car parks.
      • The two off-campus car parks are located about 2 minutes walk to the west of the campus or 7 minutes walk to the east side. The car parks are attended from 9am until 5pm and are charged at £3.50 per day for single drivers or £3.00 for drivers with passengers. These charges will apply until the end of August 2014, from Sept 1st 2014 there will be an increase to £4.00 for single drivers and £3.50 for drivers with passengers.
  • 4. Reception & Banquet.
    • There will be a reception on the evening of Friday 30th June (from 7PM), and it will be hosted at the Hub of ILS 2 Building (building number 36).
    • Summer school dinner is on Wednesday 2 July in Grape & Olive, Swansea Meridian Tower (27th Floor function room).
    • Dinners on other evenings will not be covered by summer school. However, we will recommend one place each day to go together.
  • 5. Poster.
    • If you have indicated on the registration form that you are bringing a poster to the summer school, please note the poster board is 2M heigh and about 1M wide - A0 portrait is recommended.
    • If you didn't indicate at time of online registration to bring a poster, please do NOT bring one as we will not have space for you to display.
  • 6. Social media publicity.
    • The BMVA is dedicated to promoting knowledge of machine vision methods and representing the UK machine vision community, nationally and internationally. Part of this work involves promoting the research of community members via social media. Attendees of the BMVA Summer School will have already been invited to present a poster at this year's event. We would also like to give attendees the opportunity to provide a one paragraph description of their work for sharing on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ feeds. Different descriptions will be featured each day throughout July. Those wishing to take advantage of this opportunity can send their paragraph, including author's name and a short title, to by the 30th June 2014. One image and web link can also be included.

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