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Issue No. 01 - January-March (2007 vol. 14)
ISSN: 1070-986X
pp: 95

    2007 IEEE Int'l Symp. Biomedical Imaging

    12–15 April 2007

    Washington, DC

    This symposium fosters cross-fertilization between different imaging communities and contributes to an integrative imaging approach for the biomedical field. This year the conference will focus on the algorithmic, mathematical, and computational aspects of biomedical imaging.

    Topics of interest include image formation and reconstruction, dynamic imaging, visualization, and physical, biological, and statistical modeling.

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    3DTV Conf. 2007

    7–9 May 2007

    Kos Island, Greece

    The conference will encompass a wide range of disciplines, including imaging and computer graphics, signal processing, telecommunications, electronics, optics, and physics. Potential topics include 3D time-varying scene-capture technology, multicamera recording, 3D photography algorithms, 3D streaming, hologram compression, stereoscopic display techniques, and 3D television, cinema, games, and entertainment.

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    Int'l Conf. on Networked Sensing Systems

    6–8 June 2007

    Braunschweig, Germany

    Three fields are of primary interest to this conference: sensor technology, wireless networking, and the application of networked sensor systems. Potential topics include security for networked sensing systems, communication protocols, sensor phenomena and modeling, and sensor materials and fabrication.

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    2007 Creativity and Cognition Conf.

    13–15 June 2007

    Washington, DC

    This conference will focus on cultivating and sustaining creativity. Key topics include understanding how to design and evaluate computational support tools, digital media, and sociotechnical environments that not only empower creative processes and abilities, but that also encourage and nurture creative mindsets and lifestyles. The conference will also feature a three-month electronic arts exhibit at the National Academy of Sciences.

    For more information visit hcil/CC2007.

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