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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: German Association for Pattern Recognition DAGM 2008


                   * DAGM 2008 in Munich *

                30th Annual Symposium of the
          German Association for Pattern Recognition

                      June 10-13, 2008

             Submission Deadline: January 28, 2008


             Please note the early date due to the
              synchronization with AUTOMATICA 2008

The German Association for Pattern Recognition (Deutsche Arbeits-
gemeinschaft fr Mustererkennung, DAGM) invites authors and guests
to their 30th annual pattern recognition symposium. The meeting will
take place at the International Congress Center Munich (ICM) on
June 10-13th, 2008, for the first time in conjunction with
AUTOMATICA 2008, the 3rd International Trade Fair for Automation in
Assembly, Robotics, and Vision.

We 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 first day will be devoted to the
presentation of tutorials in specific emerging areas of pattern

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 January 28, 2008.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

     * 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
     * Image Analysis and Computer Vision

Best papers will receive DAGM awards. DAGM also invites nominations for
the Olympus prize (Eur 5000).

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

C. v. Ruecker on behalf of
Gerhard Rigoll (General Chair)