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Dr. Geovanni Martinez participated in the elaboration of a paper describing the state of the art of science and technology in Costa Rica in the folowing areas: Biomedical Imaging, Bioinformatic, One-Dimesnional Signal Processing, Image Processing, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, for the project entitled "Estrategia Siglo XXI" sponsored by the CR-USA Foundation, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez participated in the first workshop organized by the Alumni DAAD-UCR Program entitled "Searching For New Funding in Germany for Academic Applications", San Jose, Costa Rica, 6th-8th July, 2005.

Dr. Babette Regierer, Scientific Manager, Institue for Biochemistry and Biology, University of Potsdam, Germany, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez gave a talk entitled "Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Laboratory (IPCV-LAB)" at the Cellular and Molecular Biology Research Center (CIBCM) of the University of Costa Rica.

Dr. Jesus B. Alonso Hernández and Dr. Carlos Manuel Travieso González, Associate Professors at the "Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria", Spain, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Miguel Angel Ferrer Ballester, "Prefesor Titular" at the "Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria", Spain, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez presented a poster entitled "Criterion for Automatic Selection of the Most Suitable Maximum-Likelihood Thresholding Algorithm for Extracting Object from their Background in a Still Image" at the 2005 IAPR Conference on Machine Vision Applications (MVA-2005), Tsukuba Science City, Japan.

Dr. Timothy G. Saponas, Manager, Worldwide Higher Education, Intel Corporation, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez presented a poster entitled "Cell Density Estimation from a Still Image for In-Situ Microscopy" at the 2005 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (IEEE ICASSP-2005), Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA.

Prof. Dr. Klaus D. Toennies, Head of the Computer Vision Group, School of Computer Science, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany, gave a talk entitled "Using Deformable Models for Image Segmentation" to the electrical engineering students of the University of Costa Rica.

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