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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 1st IEEE Intl. Workitorial on Vision of the Unseen (WVU'08)

www.liv.ic.unicamp.br/wvu

First IEEE International Workitorial on Vision of the Unseen
                          In conjunction with CVPR, Anchorage, Alaska - US
                                        June 23rd, 2008
			    	  www.liv.ic.unicamp.br/wvu


WVU 2008 Call for Papers
------------------------

We are pleased to announce the First IEEE Workitorial on Vision of the
Unseen (WVU'08).

This unique event will engage the Vision Community in this challenging
area. WVU'08 is a combined
tutorial and a workshop exploring the many facets of vision and
pattern recognition to 'see' what
humans cannot. It will be held in conjunction with CVPR in Anchorage,
Alaska on June 23rd, 2008.

We invite you to submit results on one of the 2 classes of papers:
regular and competition.
Regular papers comprise brand new and unpublished results on one or
more of the following topics

+ Steganography and Steganalysis
+ Forgery/manipulation detection
+ Sensor fingerprinting
+ Image authentication
+ Information Hiding
+ Algorithm fusion for the above topics

Competition papers comprise papers for the Unseen Challenge. Such
papers must explore the
performance of previously published or new Steganalysis algorithms on
a challenge dataset
(which we will provide).

All papers must follow the IEEE format style and have up to 6 pages,
with the option of purchasing
up to 2 extra pages for 0 per page.

Finally, WVU'08 will present a Tutorial Session with the most recent
developments on the Vision of
the Unseen.


Important dates
---------------
Regular papers
   Submission: 3/20/08
   Acceptance: 4/15/08
   Camera Ready: 5/1/08
   Competition papers

Competition papers
   Submission: 3/20/08
   Acceptance: 4/15/08
   Camera Ready: 5/1/08

General Chairs
---------------
Siome Goldenstein
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
(UNICAMP), Campinas, Brasil.

Terry Boult
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
(UCCS), Colorado Springs, United States.

Program Committee
-----------------
Anderson Rocha
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
(UNICAMP), Campinas, Brasil.

B. S. Manjunath
University of California
(UCSB), Santa Barbara, United States

Chad Heitzenrater
Air Force Research Laboratory
(AFRL), New York, United States.

Hany Farid
Dartmouth College
Hanover, United States

Siwei Lyu
New York University
(NYU), New York, United States

Walter Scheirer
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
(UCCS), Colorado Springs, United States.