[Computational-biology] ECCOMAS Thematic Conference VipIMAGE 2009: Call for Thematic Sessions and Papers

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International ECCOMAS Thematic Conference VipIMAGE 2009 - II ECCOMAS
THEMATIC
CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL VISION AND MEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING
14-16th October 2009, FEUP, Porto, Portugal
www.fe.up.pt/vipimage

Call For Thematic Sessions And Papers

We would appreciate if you could distribute this information by your
colleagues and co-workers.

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Dear Colleague,

We are glad to announce the International Conference VipIMAGE 2009 -
II 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 14-16, 2009.

Possible Topics (not limited to)

• Image Processing and Analysis
• Segmentation, Tracking and Analyze of Objects in Images
• 3D Vision
• Signal Processing
• Data Interpolation, Registration, Acquisition and Compression
• Objects Simulation
• Virtual Reality
• Software Development for Image Processing and Analysis
• Computer Aided Diagnosis, Surgery, Therapy and Treatment
• Computational Bioimaging and Visualization
• Telemedicine Systems and their Applications

Invited Lecturers

• Alejandro Frangi - Pompeu Fabra University, Spain
• Christos E. Constantinou - Stanford University School of Medicine,
USA
• Demetri Terzopoulos - University of California, USA
• Joaquim A. Jorge - Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
• José Carlos Príncipe - University of Florida, USA
• Lionel Moisan - Université Paris V, France
• Tony Chan - University of California, USA

Thematic Sessions

Proposals to organize Thematic Session within VipIMAGE 2009 are mostly
welcome.
The organizers of the selected thematic sessions will be included in
the conference scientific committee and will have a reduced
registration fee. They will be responsible for the dissemination of
their thematic session, may invite expertise researches to have
invited keynotes during their session and will participate in the
review process of the submitted contributions.
Proposals for Thematic Sessions should be submitted by email to the
conference co-chairs (tavares from fe.up.pt, rnatal from fe.up.pt).

Confirmed Thematic Sessions (not yet closed)

- Texture Image Analysis: Methods and Applications
- Processing and Classification of Satellite Imagery
- Small Animal Imaging: Trends and Techniques
- Imaging of Biological Flows: Trends and Challenges

Publications

The proceedings book is going to be published by the Taylor & Francis
Group, as happened with VipIMAGE 2007 (ISBN: 9780415457774).
The organizers will encourage the submission of extended versions of
the accepted papers to related International Journals; in particular
for special issues dedicated to the conference.
One possibility already confirmed is the International Journal for
Computational Vision and Biomechanics (IJCV&B).
Following the success of VipIMAGE 2007, the organizers are going to
too edit a book to be published by SPRINGER (ISBN: 978-1-4020-9085-1),
under the Computational Methods in Applied Sciences series, with
invited works from the most important ones presented in the
conference.

Awards

"best paper award" and "best student paper award" are going to be
given to the author(s) of two papers presented at the conference,
selected by the Organizing Committee based on the best combined marks
from the Scientific Committee and Session Chairs.

Important dates

• Deadline for Thematic Sessions proposals: March 1, 2009 (extended)
• Submission of extended abstracts: March 15, 2009
• Lectures and Final Papers: June 15, 2009

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

Kind regards,

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

PS. For further details, please see the conference website at:
www.fe.up.pt/vipimage



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