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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission 3DPVT 2008


 3DPVT 2008

           Fourth International Symposium on
    3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission

June  18-20, 2008, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
February 29, 2008: Submission Deadline

Every two years 3DPVT offers researchers, developers, and students
the opportunity to present and discuss new research results,
technologies, and applications related to the capture, representation,
compact storage, transmission, processing, editing, optimization and
visualization of 3D geometric and photometric models and their use in
architecture, geosciences, medicine, manufacturing, security,
entertainment, and other fields.

We herby invite technical paper submissions in these areas, including
but not limited to the following:

- 3D scanning components, software, and systems
- 3D view registration
- 3D photography algorithms
- Multi-view geometry and calibration
- 3D shape retrieval and recognition
- Shape reconstruction from point-clouds

- Shape registration and similarity measures
- Interpolation, smoothing, and feature extraction
- Shape analysis and morphology
- Medial axis and segmentation
- Statistical analysis of families of shapes
- Simplification and resampling of shapes with photometric data
- Compression and transmission of still and dynamic 3D scenes
- Streaming and progressive refinements
- 3D Video

- Image-based rendering and modeling
- Interactive visualization of complex scenes
- Multi-resolution rendering
- Haptic sensors and new human-shape interaction modalities
- Psychophysics of 3D sensing and haptics
- 3D printing and rapid prototyping
- Augmented reality and virtual environments
- 3D tele-immersion and remote collaboration

Application areas include:
- Architecture and urban modeling
- Medical and biomedical
- Cultural heritage and Forensic
- Terrain modeling, archaeology, and GIS
- 3D television and free-viewpoint video
- Games and digital animations
- Design and reverse engineering
- Manufacturing, and Inspection
- Tourism and Real Estate
- Security and training

General Chairs:
Frank Dellaert,  Georgia Institute of Technology
Jarek Rossignac, Georgia Institute of Technology

Program Chairs: TBA
Program Committee: TBA

Steering Committee:
Y. Aloimonos University of Maryland, USA
Guido M. Cortelazzo University of Padova, Italy
Kostas Daniilidis University of Pennsylvania
Concettina Guerra University of Padova, Italy and Georgia Tech, USA
Avinash C. Kak Purdue University, USA
Jan. Koenderink Utrecht University, Netherlands
Pietro Perona Caltech, USA
Marc Pollefeys University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Gabriel Taubin Brown University, USA
Luc Van Gool University of Leuven, Belgium and ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Important dates:
February 15, 2008: Submission of abstracts
February 29, 2008: Submission of papers
April 15, 2006: Notification of acceptance
May 16, 2006: Submission of camera-ready papers
June 18-20, 2008: Conference (week before CVPR 2008)

Double submission is only accepted for papers also submitted to
CVPR 2008, provided that the authors withdraw one of the submissions
if both are accepted.

Send inquiries to Frank Dellaert, 
 with 3DPVT in the subject.