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AISB event Bulletin Item

OAGM08 (Pattern Recognition) now accepting submissions

32nd annual workshop of the Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition
May 26-27 2008
Bildungszentrum St. Magdalena, Linz, Austria

Challenges in the Biosciences: Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition 

The 32nd annual workshop of the Austrian Association for Pattern 
Recognition (OAGM/AAPR) provides a platform bringing together 
researchers of the fields of image analysis, image processing, and 
pattern recognition for discussing relevant and important topics of the 
computer vision discipline.
Special attention will be paid to Aspects of Image Analysis and Pattern 
Recognition that focus on Challenges in the Biosciences. People working 
in this field are especially encouraged to participate by submitting 
their work and attending the workshop.

****  Website is open for submissions.  ****

Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Prof. Fred A. Hamprecht, Multidimensional Image Processing, University 
of Heidelberg, Germany
Prof. Wiro Niessen, Biomedical Imaging Group, Erasmus MC - University 
Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Prof. Lucas J. van Vliet, Quantitative Imaging Group, Delft University 
of Technology, the Netherlands

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