[visionlist] London Imaging Meeting Online, 29 Sept.-1 Oct. | Short Courses, Tutorial, Keynotes/Focal Talks + more

Roberta Morehouse RMorehouse at imaging.org
Wed Sep 2 11:51:41 -04 2020

Revised Program Announced for the London Imaging Meeting 2020 Online (LIM 2020): Future Colour Imaging | 29 September - 1 October 2020

LIM 2020 is now an online topic-based conference featuring innovative new research and case studies that impact the future of imaging science. The expanded program includes keynotes from professors Laurence Maloney (NYU) and Felix Heide (Princeton), and focal talks from Jon Hardeberg, Ronnier Luo, Raimondo Schettini, Hannah Smithson, and Philipp Urban.

Save $125 with the LIM 2020 Meeting Pass
(Meeting pass price of $410 vs. individually priced LIM registration, courses, and tutorial total cost of $535)
Gain access to the technical program, both short courses, and the tutorial
Register Today! https://bit.ly/LIMRegister
*Recordings of all keynotes, talks, sessions, courses, and the tutorial will be available for viewing until 15 January 2021 for registered attendees.

Explore the full program-https://bit.ly/LIMProgram

29 September: 8:00-13:00 | Short Courses & Tutorial
*        Comprehensive Colour Appearance Modelling (CCAM), Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)
*        Chromatic Adaptation and Its Application in Imaging System, Minchen (Tommy) Wei, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
*        Tutorial: Understanding Color and Your Camera, Prof. Michael Brown, York University (Canada)
*tutorial complimentary with conference registration

30 September: 9:00 - 15:45 | Sessions, Focal Talks, Interactive Papers (Posters), & Keynote
*        Session I: Color Science and Applications
*        Session II: Perception
*        Session III: Visibility
*        15:45 - Keynote:  Designing Cameras to Detect the "Invisible": Towards Domain-Specific Computational Imaging, Felix Heide, Princeton University (US)

1 October: 9:00 - 15:20 | Sessions, Focal Talks, Interactive Papers (Posters)/ Work-in-Progress Posters, Keynote, & Best Paper Award Presentation
*        Session IV: Image Reproduction
*        Session V: Computer Vision
*        14:20 - Keynote:  Surface Color Perception in Realistic Scenes: Previews of a Future Color Science, Laurence Maloney, New York University (US)
*        15:20 - Best Paper Award Presentation and Closing Remarks

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Roberta Morehouse, CMP
Communications and Marketing Manager
Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T)

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