Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems
September 9-11, 2002, Ghent University, Belgium.
Acivs 2002 Call for papers
The Acivs 2002 paper submission deadline has been postponed to April 21, 2002.
Acivs 2002 is a conference focusing on techniques for building adaptive, intelligent, safe and secure imaging systems. Acivs 2002 will consist of four days of lecture sessions, both regular (30 mns) and invited presentations, and a poster session. The longer conference duration will allow for more free time than last year's program which was concentrated on three days. To ensure a large audience for each oral presentation or poster, there will be no parallel sessions.
Acivs 2002 will also feature a conference dinner, and two other social activities. Last year, these consisted of a "Belgian Beer Tasting Experience" and a boat trip in the historic city center of Ghent. The details of the social activities for Acivs 2002 will be announced later.
The conference fee (300 € for early registration and 360 € for late registration) includes the social program (conference dinner, coffee breaks, snacks and cultural activities) and a copy of the CDROM conference proceedings. Students and IEEE members can register at a reduced fee (225 € for early registration and 270 € for late registration).
Topics include (but are not limited to)
- Image and Video Processing (image restoration and filtering, segmentation, fuzzy image processing tools, textures, model-based algorithms, multiresolution & scale-space theory, fractals and multifractals);
- Pattern Recognition (statistical and structural pattern recognition, robust matching and parsing algorithms, automata and grammars, learning, recurrent networks);
- Image and Video Compression, Database retrieval, Information Mining and Watermarking;
- Image Quality and Algorithmic Performance Evaluation (empirical evaluation techniques; image & video quality metrics and methods);
- Real-time image processing, image processing systems and hardware.
The conference will take place in , on September 9-11, 2002. The venue is a beatiful monastery located in the historic center of the medieval city of Ghent, which can be easily reached by train from Brussels main airport.
Paper submission and review process
Prospective authors should prepare a full paper and submit it
electronically. The paper should consist of 4-8
pages in A4 format and should conform to the style guidelines outlined on the Acivs 2002
website. LaTeX style sheets, MSWord templates and more detailed information
on the submission process can be found on the Acivs 2002 website (http://acivs.org/acivs2002).
All submissions will be reviewed by at least 2 members of the Program Committee; additional reviewers will be consulted if needed. The papers should provide sufficient background information and should clearly indicate the original contribution. They should state and discuss the main results and provide adequate references.
Accepted papers will be published in the CD-Rom conference proceedings in pdf-format. Authors may optionally include a directory containing additional multimedia content, e.g., sound files, demo's or video sequences, subject to space availability. Authors wishing to take advantage of this possibility should contact the Steering Committee for additional instructions.
|April 21, 2002||Full paper submission|
|---||Notification of acceptance|
|June 15, 2002||Camera-ready papers due|
|June 15, 2002||Registration deadline for authors of accepted papers|
|July 1st, 2002||Early registration deadline|
|---||Late registration deadline|
|September 9-11, 2002||Acivs 2002|
Jacques Blanc-Talon, Jacques Blanc-Talon, DGA/DCE/CTA, Arcueil, France.
Wilfried Philips, Wilfried Philips, TELIN - Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium.
Dan Popescu, Dan Popescu, CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Canberra, Australia.
Fritz Albregtsen, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
Michel Barlaud, I3S/INRIA, France.
Karleinz Bers, FGAN-FOM, Germany.
Philippe Bolon, University of Savoie, France.
Don Bone, Mediaware Solutions, Australia.
Pamela Cosman, University of California, San Diego.
Mihai Datcu, German Aerospace Center DLR, Wessling, Germany.
Jennifer Davidson, Iowa State University, USA.
Georgy Gimel'farb, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Daniele Giusto, University of Cagliari, Italy.
John Illingworth, University of Surrey, UK.
Murat Kunt, EPFL, Switzerland.
Hideo Kuroda, Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan.
Bruce Litow, James Cook University, Australia.
Claus Madsen, Lab. of Computer Vision and Media Technology, Aalborg East, Denmark.
Wojciech Mokrzycki, IPIPAN, Poland.
Guy Nason, University of Bristol, Bristol, England.
Edgard Nyssen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussel, Belgium.
Marcin Paprzycki, Oklahoma State University, USA.
Jussi Parkkinen, University of Joensuu, Finland.
Fernando Pereira, IST, Lisboa, Portugal.
Matti Pietikäinen, University of Oulu, Finland.
Gianni Ramponi, Trieste University, Trieste, Italy.
Georges Stamon, SIP, Paris V University, Paris, France.
Wojciech Szpankowski, Purdue University, USA.
Frederic Truchetet, Le2i, Le Creusot, France.
Juan Jose Villanueva, CVC/Univ. Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.