[visionlist] CFP: Multispectral Colour Science (MCS2017) at CIC2017, Lillehammer, Norway

Jon Yngve Hardeberg jon.hardeberg at ntnu.no
Tue Feb 14 01:09:06 EST 2017


Dear colleagues,

As many of you hopefully know already, the *19th International Symposium 
on Multispectral Color Science* (MCS2017) will be organized as a part of 
IS&T's 25th Color and Imaging Conference (CIC2017), which will take 
place in Lillehammer, Norway on September 11-15, 2017.

The paper submission procedures will be fully integrated with the normal 
CIC process. See the CIC 
<https://www.imaging.org/site/IST/Conferences/Color_and_Imaging/IST/Conferences/CIC/CIC_Home.aspx> 
home page and CFP 
<https://www.imaging.org/site/PDFS/Conferences/CIC/CIC25_Call_for_Papers.pdf> 
for details.

Key points to retain include:

  * Deadline for 4-6 page manuscript submission, March 1, 2017
  * Final papers due July 11, 2017
  * JIST-first option available; double publication in journal and
    proceedings; submit final journal paper by March 1, 2017
  * Make sure to choose the category "Multispectral Imaging" or
    "MCS2017" when submitting your papers

The 19th International Symposium on Multispectral Color Science builds 
on a tradition started at Chiba University in 1999, bringing together 
researchers from all over the world in the field of spectral color 
science and imaging. While on a few occasions MCS has been organized as 
a standalone event (e.g. in Taipei in 2007), mostly our strategy is to 
integrate with other established conferences in related fields, such as 
AIC, SCIA, ICISP, and now for the second time, CIC. This year we expect 
fruitful synergies not only with the regular CIC program, but also with 
the three workshops on cultural heritage, virtual reality, and medical 
imaging, where spectral aspects are certainly relevant.

The MCS Steering Committee consists of Francisco Imai (USA), Jon Y. 
Hardeberg (Norway), Markku Hauta-Kasari (Finland), Bernhard Hill 
(Germany), Alamin Mansouri (France), Yoichi Miyake (Japan), Jussi 
Parkkinen (Finland), Norimichi Tsumura (Japan), Philipp Urban (Germany), 
and Shoji Tominaga (Japan). Chair of MCS2017 is Prof. Jon Y. Hardeberg.

I hope to see many of you in scenic Lillehammer!

Best Regards,

Jon Y. Hardeberg

-- 
Jon Yngve Hardeberg, PhD,  Professor of Colour Imaging
Fulbright Scholar,  University of Washington,  Seattle
The Norwegian  Colour and Visual Computing  Laboratory
Department of Computer Sciencehttp://www.colourlab.no
NTNU - Norwegian University of  Science and Technology
PO Box 191, 2802 Gjøvik, Norway,jon.hardeberg at ntnu.no
Phone: +47-98216899, +1-2064510800,http://www.ntnu.no
COSI EMJMD Master Program:www.master-colourscience.eu

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