The camp program was originally designed by
(Computer Vision Group) in collaboration with
Dr. Sara Chavarria (College of Education) and
Dr. Kobus Barnard (Computer Vision Group) in 2008.
The camp relied heavily on collaboration with a number of groups at the
University of Arizona. More about these groups and their contributions to
the success of the camp can be found by following this
(June 7 - 11, 2010) was lead by Yekaterina Kharitonova, and executed by an excellent team of mentors from the computer vision group - Danny Mathis, Mike Thompson, Sam Martin,
Emily Hartley, Andrew Emmott and Jinyan Guan.
During the camp, Computer Science PHD student, Ernesto Brau, discussed
computational modeling with the campers. Plant Sciences Master student, Cassie Heinle, discussed
plants and why scientists study plant structure. And Kyle Simek, another Computer Science PHD student, provided a hands on
The camp wouldn't have been possible without enormous contributions from the Computer Science
Administrative Services group,
Laboratory Staff and
the Academic Services group .