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AISB event Bulletin Item

Announcement: Symposium on Volumetric Scattering in Vision and Graphics

Dear Researcher,

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the ONR Symposium on Volumetric
Scattering in Vision and Graphics to be held with IEEE CVPR 2007, on June
18 in Minneapolis. This one-day symposium presents a series of talks by
researchers from various fields including vision, graphics, underwater
imaging, oceanography, medicine, astronomy and nature photography.

The broader goal of the symposium is to explore how computer vision can
benefit from and help other imaging sciences, in the context of light


Speaker list:

	Paul Debevec (USC ICT) - Graphics
	Berthold Horn (MIT EECS) - Vision, Tomography
	Jules Jaffe (UCSD Scripps Inst) - Oceanography
	Henrik Wann Jensen (UCSD CSE) - Graphics
	David K Lynch (Aerospace Corp) - Nature Photography, Astronomy
	Srinivasa Narasimhan (CMU, RI) - Vision, Graphics
	Shree Nayar (Columbia, CSD) - Vision, Graphics
	Shahriar Negahdaripour (Miami, ECE) - Underwater Vision
	Yoav Schechner (Technion, EE) - Vision
	Dvir Yelin (Harvard Medical, Mass General) - Photomedicine

Please plan to attend, especially if you are going to CVPR!
Also, forward this announcement to your colleagues.

Best Regards,

Srinivasa Narasimhan (CMU)
Yoav Schechner (Technion)
Shree Nayar (Columbia)