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CFP: First IEEE International Conference on Image Processing
 
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Alan C. Bovik, U. Texas, Austin
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CFP: First IEEE International Conference on Image Processing


FIRST IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON IMAGE PROCESSING
November 13-16, 1994
Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA

PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS

Sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics En-
gineers (IEEE) Signal Processing Society, ICIP-94 is the inaugur-
al international conference on theoretical, experimental and ap-
plied image processing. It will provide a centralized, high-
quality forum for presentation of technological advances and
research results by scientists and engineers working in Image
Processing and associated disciplines such as multimedia and
video technology. Also encouraged are image processing applica-
tions in areas such as the biomedical sciences and geosciences.

SCOPE:

1. IMAGE PROCESSING: Coding, Filtering, Enhancement, Restoration,
Segmentation, Multiresolution Processing, Multispectral Process-
ing, Image Representation, Image Analysis, Interpolation and Spa-
tial Transformations, Motion Detection and Estimation, Image Se-
quence Processing, Video Signal Processing, Neural Networks for
image processing and model-based compression, Noise Modeling,
Architectures and Software.

2. COMPUTED IMAGING: Acoustic Imaging, Radar Imaging, Tomography,
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Geophysical and Seismic Imaging, Ra-
dio Astronomy, Speckle Imaging, Computer Holography, Confocal Mi-
croscopy, Electron Microscopy, X-ray Crystallography, Coded-
Aperture Imaging, Real-Aperture Arrays.

3. IMAGE SCANNING DISPLAY AND PRINTING: Scanning and Sampling,
Quantization and Halftoning, Color Reproduction, Image Represen-
tation and Rendering, Graphics and Fonts, Architectures and
Software for Display and Printing Systems, Image Quality, Visual-
ization.

4. VIDEO: Digital video, Multimedia, HD video and packet video,
video signal processor chips.

5. APPLICATIONS: Application of image processing technology to
any field.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

GENERAL CHAIR: Alan C. Bovik, U. Texas, Austin
TECHNICAL CHAIRS: Tom Huang, U. Illinois, Champaign and
John W. Woods, Rensselaer, Troy
SPECIAL SESSIONS CHAIR: Mike Orchard, U. Illinois, Champaign
EAST EUROPEAN LIASON: Henri Maitre, TELECOM, Paris
FAR EAST LIASON: Bede Liu, Princeton University

SUBMISSION PROCEDURES
Prospective authors are invited to propose papers for lecture or
poster presentation in any of the technical areas listed above.
To submit a proposal, prepare a 2-3 page summary of the paper in-
cluding figures and references. Send five copies of the paper
summaries to:
John W. Woods
Center for Image Processing Research
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180-3590, USA.

Each selected paper (five-page limit) will be published in the
Proceedings of ICIP-94, using high-quality paper for good image
reproduction. Style files in LaTeX will be provided for the con-
venience of the authors.

SCHEDULE
Paper summaries/abstracts due: 15 February 1994
Notification of Acceptance: 1 May 1994
Camera-Ready papers: 15 July 1994
Conference: 13-16 November 1994

CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT
ICIP-94 will be held in the recently completed state-of-the-art
Convention Center in downtown Austin. The Convention Center is
situated two blocks from the Town Lake, and is only 12 minutes
from Robert Meuller Airport. It is surrounded by many modern
hotels that provide comfortable accommodation for $75-$125 per
night.

Austin, the state capital, is renowned for its natural hill-
country beauty and an active cultural scene. Within walking dis-
tance of the Convention Center are several hiking and jogging
trails, as well as opportunities for a variety of aquatic sports.
Live bands perform in various clubs around the city and at night
spots along Sixth Street, offering a range of jazz, blues,
country/Western, reggae, swing and rock music. Day temperatures
are typically in the upper sixties in mid-November.

An exciting range of EXHIBITS, VENDOR PRESENTATIONS, and SOCIAL
EVENTS is being planned. Innovative proposals for TUTORIALS, and
SPECIAL SESSIONS are invited.

For further details about ICIP-94, please contact:

Conference Management Services
3024 Thousand Oaks Drive
Austin, Texas 78746
Tel: 512/327/4012; Fax:512/327/8132
email: icip@pine.ece.utexas.edu
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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