[Computational-biology] ECCOMAS Thematic Conference VipIMAGE 2007 - Last Call for Papers

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International ECCOMAS Thematic Conference VipIMAGE 2007 - I ECCOMAS
THEMATIC
CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL VISION AND MEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING
17-19th October 2007, FEUP, Porto, Portugal
http://www.fe.up.pt/VIPIMAGE

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colleagues and co-workers.

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Dear Colleague,

The International Conference VipIMAGE - I ECCOMAS THEMATIC CONFERENCE
ON COMPUTATIONAL VISION AND MEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING will be held in
the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, on
October 17-19, 2007.

VipIMAGE will bring together several researchers from around the world
representing several fields of study related to Computational Vision
and Medical Image Processing, such as: Physics of Medical Imaging;
Signal and image Processing; Simulation and Modelling; Data
Interpolation, Registration and Compression; Telemedicine; Computer
Aided Diagnosis, Surgery, Therapy, and Treatment; Computational
Bioimaging and Visualization; Software Development and Grid Computing.

The organizers would like to invite you to submit your contributions
for VipIMAGE until the end of March.

More details can be found in the conference website: http://www.fe.up.pt/VIPIMAGE.

Important dates

Submission of extended abstracts: March 31, 2007;
Authors Notification: April 15, 2007;
Lectures and Final Papers: May 15, 2007;
Early registration fee: May 31, 2007.

Proceedings

The proceedings book of VipIMAGE will be will published by the Taylor
& Francis Group.

Invited Lectures

- Automatic Generation of Computer Models from Multi-modal Bio-medical
Imaging - Chandrajit Bajaj, USA
- Computational Bioimaging and Visualization - Chris Johnson, USA
- From Geometrical Models to Physiological Models of the Human Body -
Hervé Delingette, France
- Latest advances in Cardiovascular Informatics - Ioannis A.
Kakadiaris, USA
- Robust Algorithms for Deformable Contours - Jorge S. Marques,
Portugal
- Image Sequence Evaluation - Juan J. Villanueva, Spain
- Fast Surface Segmentation and remeshing by finding geodesics -
Laurent Cohen, France
- Processing of Simultaneous acquisition of EEG and fMRI - Mario
Forjaz Secca, Portugal
- Automatic Construction of Statistical Shape Models using Non-Rigid
Registration - Tim Cootes, UK
- Theory of Digital Manifolds and its Applications to Medical Imaging
- Valentin Brimkov, USA & Reinhard Klette, NZ


We are looking forward to host you in Porto next October.

Kind regards,

João Manuel R. S. Tavares
Renato Natal Jorge
(conference co-chairs)




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