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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: OAGM 2008 (pattern recognition)

http://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/workshops/oeagm08/

CALL FOR PAPERS OAGM 2008
Challenges in the Biosciences:
Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition Aspects

32nd OAGM/AAPR workshop, May 26-27 2008
Bildungszentrum St. Magdalena, Linz, Austria

Homepage:
http://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/workshops/oeagm08/
Contact: arjan.kuijper@oeaw.ac.ac.at
Flyer:
http://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/workshops/oeagm08/down/Call4PapersOagm08_small.pdf


The 32nd annual workshop of the Austrian Association for Pattern 
Recognition (OAGM/AAPR) provides a platform for researchers in the 
fields of Image Analysis, Image Processing, and Pattern Recognition to 
discuss important topics of the computer vision discipline. It is 
organized in workshop form presenting the latest work of both Austrian 
and international institutes.
Theme of the 32nd workshop is "Challenges in the Biosciences: Image 
Analysis and Pattern Recognition Aspects".

We cordially welcome submissions in these fields, as we plan a dedicated 
session to these topics. Further topics relate to all aspects covered by 
the OAGM/AAPR community: image analysis & processing, and pattern 
recognition They traditionally include, but are
not limited to:
image acquisition,
image / video processing and analysis,
color imaging,
image databases,
image synthesis,
digital rights protection,
motion analysis and tracking,
interactive systems,
reconstruction from multiple views,
view registration,
mixed-reality applications,
other

Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Prof. Fred Hamprecht
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Prof. Lucas J. van Vliet
Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Prof. Wiro Niessen,
Erasmus MC - University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Paper Review:
The paper page limit is 12 (submission and camera ready).
Papers have to be written in English. Formatting instructions and 
templates are available on the web page. The paper has to be submitted 
electronically via the web page starting by 10. Jan. 2008.
Submission and presentation of a similar paper at another international 
conference is no reason for rejection. Please consider the strict 
submission deadline.
Accepted papers based on 3 independent reviews have to be presented 
orally or as poster. Proceedings are intended to be published as OCG 
workshop proceedings (http://www.ocg.at).

Important dates:
16. February 2008 Submission of full papers
05. March 2008 Notification of acceptance
30. March 2008 Submission of final papers
26-27. May 2008 Workshop

Program Committee:
C. Beleznai (Advanced Computer Vision Austria)
H. Bischof (TU Graz)
J. Boulanger (Institut Curie)
M. de Bruijne (University of Copenhagen & Erasmus University Rotterdam)
M. Burge (Noblis, Washington D.C.)
W. Burger (FH Hagenberg)
D. Chetverikov (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
C. Eitzinger (Profactor, Austria)
M. Haller (FH Hagenberg)
V. Hlavac (TU Prague)
W. Kropatsch (TU Vienna)
A. Leonardis (Univ. Ljubljana)
M. Loog (University of Copenhagen & Delft University of Technology)
E. Meijering (Erasmus University, Rotterdam)
G. Paar (Joanneum Research, Graz)
L. Paletta (Joanneum Research, Graz)
A. Pinz (TU Graz)
R. Sablatnig (TU Vienna)
R. Sara (TU Prague)
O. Scherzer (Univ. Innsbruck)
W. Schneider (Boku Vienna)
E. Schuster (Med. Univ. Vienna)
A. Uhl (Univ. Salzburg)
M. Vincze (TU Vienna)