The January 2012 Edition of the PAMI-TC Newsletter

Welcome to the January 2012 edition of the PAMI-TC Newsletter.

This month's topics include:
1. Call for Participation: WACV 2012 & MMBIA 2012
2. Call for Papers: ECCV 2012


Registration is still open for WACV 2012 & MMBIA 2012 in Breckenridge, CO.

MMBIA will be held January 9, 9am-6pm and January 10, 9am-12:30pm?WACV will be held January 10, 2pm -10pm and January 11, 2pm-10pm WACV brings together a diverse group of people working on real world systems for commercial, industrial and military applications. As computer vision matures, its related technologies have started to migrate from academic institutions to industrial laboratories, and onward into deployable systems. The goal of this workshop is to bring together an international cadre of academic, industrial, and government researchers, along with companies applying vision techniques.

Biomedical image analysis is a fast evolving field driven by the advancement of imaging modalities and high content screening techniques. Many clinical applications are also emerging that use biomedical image processing for decision support. MMBIA will bring together researchers in computational vision, medical imaging, computational biology, graphics and robotics communities interested in problems that involve mathematical modeling or analysis in biomedical images, which include emerging molecular and cellular images.

All Passport Registrations include: Admission to all technical sessions for both WACV and MMBIA, a tutorial on the new CSU face recognition toolkit, daily refreshment breaks, dinner buffets on Tuesday and Wednesday, and one USB copy of the proceedings (combined WACV and MMBIA).

Normal Registration
IEEE or MICCAI Member: $425
IEEE Life Member: $325
IEEE or MICCAI Student Member: $325
Non-Member: $550
Student Non-Member: $475

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Call for Papers: The 12th European Conference on Computer Vision

ECCV 2012 solicits the submission of high quality previously unpublished research papers on any aspect of computer vision. Contributions from related disciplines (such as machine learning, computer graphics, biological vision, mathematics) which illuminate the state-of-the-art in computer vision are also of interest, together with papers on longer term research challenges which point to new research directions or brave perspectives that might pave the way to innovation.

Accepted papers will be presented in the oral and poster sessions of the ECCV 2012 technical program. Continuing the top quality tradition of ECCVs, it will be a single-track conference with double-blind peer review process.
March 5th, 2012 – Paper submission deadline?
June 25th, 2012 – Notification of acceptance?
August 1st, 2012 – Camera-ready submission deadline

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