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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: German Association for Pattern Recognition DAGM 2007

http://www.dagm2007.uni-hd.de

               Call for Papers and Tutorials

                  DAGM 2007 in Heidelberg
                   Sept. 12-14th, 2007

             submission deadline: April 9th, 2007

               http://www.dagm2007.uni-hd.de

The German Association for Pattern Recognition (Deutsche Arbeits-
gemeinschaft fuer Mustererkennung, DAGM) invites authors and guests to their
29th annual pattern recognition symposium. The meeting will take place in
romantic and academic Heidelberg on September 12th-14th, 2007.

The organizers are looking forward to welcoming both renowned experts and
newcomers in all areas of pattern recognition and image processing to
present and discuss recent progress and advances. The single-track program
will leave ample space for discussion; particular importance will be given
to the poster sessions to allow for intensive interaction.

The proceedings will be published in a dedicated volume with accompanying CD
of the Springer Series on Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). All
manuscripts will be subject to a double-blind review process, the
submission deadline is April 9th, 2007.

Best papers will receive DAGM awards with a total sum of Eur 4000. There
will probably be a challenge sponsored by industry, see website for updates.
Finally, DAGM invites nominations for the Olympus prize (Eur 5000).

Topics include, but are not limited to:

    * Image Analysis and Computer Vision
        Mathematical Foundations
        Low-level Vision, Segmentation
        Biological Vision and Natural Scene Statistics
        Graphical Models and Probabilistic Inference
        Combinatorial Methods, Perceptual Grouping
        Shape Representation and Analysis
        Surface Reflectance Recovery and Modeling
        Motion, Matching and Registration
        Tracking and Video Analysis
        Multi-View Geometry and 3D Reconstruction
        Object (Class) Recognition and Detection
        Knowledge Representation and High-Level Vision
    * Machine Learning and Statistical Data Analysis
    * Speech Recognition and Language Understanding
    * Biomedical Data Analysis and Imaging, Biometrics
    * Applications of Pattern Recognition in Natural Sciences
    * Industrial and Technical Applications of Pattern Recognition and
      Image Processing

The invited speakers are
    * Sabine Van Huffel (KU Leuven, Belgium)
      http://www.esat.kuleuven.ac.be/sista/members/vanhuffel.html
    * Robert Massen (Massen Machine Vision Systems, Germany)
      http://www.massen.com/frameset.php?PageName=willkommen&Language=en&Issue=1
    * Shimon Ullman (Weizmann Institute, Israel)
      http://www.wisdom.weizmann.ac.il/~shimon/

The members of the Program Committee are
  T. Aach, RWTH Aachen
  H. Bischof, University of Graz
  J. Buhmann, ETH Zurich
  H. Burkhardt, University of Freiburg
  D. Cremers, University of Bonn
  J. Denzler, University of Jena
  B. Flach, TU Dresden
  W. Foerstner, University of Bonn
  D. Gravila, DaimlerChrysler Research
  F.A. Hamprecht, University of Heidelberg
  J. Hornegger, University of Erlangen
  B. Jaehne, University of Heidelberg
  X. Jiang, University of Muenster
  R. Koch, University of Kiel
  U. Koethe, University of Hamburg
  W.-G. Kropatsch, TU Wien
  H. Mayer, BW-University of Munich
  R. Mester, University of Frankfurt
  K.-R. Mueller, Fraunhofer First
  H. Ney, RWTH Aachen
  K. Obermayer, TU Berlin
  K. Rohr, DKFZ
  B. Schiele, University of Darmstadt
  C. Schnoerr, University of Mannheim
  B. Schoelkopf, MPI Tuebingen
  G. Sommer, University of Kiel
  C. Stiller, University of Karlsruhe 
  T. Vetter, University of Basel
  F.M. Wahl, University of Braunschweig
  J. Weickert, Saarland University 


We are proud to offer subsidized rates for participation of undergraduate
students, starting at Eur 50.

As local organizers, we are looking forward to a stimulating meeting full of
discussions, and we would be happy to welcome you in Heidelberg

Fred Hamprecht
Bernd Jaehne
Christoph Schnoerr