[visionlist] First call for paper - MODVIS '22 (VSS satellite event)

Jeff Mulligan jbmull at gmail.com
Thu Feb 17 19:36:20 -04 2022

We are pleased to announce the resumption of the VSS satellite workshop on
Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (MODVIS).  MODVIS '22 will
be a 1.5 day workshop, beginning the morning of Thursday, May 12th, and
concluding midday on Friday, May 13th, just before the start of the main
meeting.  The website is still being updated, but in the future please
refer to the workshop website here
<https://www.purdue.edu/conferences/events/modvis/index.php> for the latest
information.  This year's workshop will feature a keynote lecture by George

To present at MODVIS '22, submit a one-page extended abstract using the
link on the workshop webpage.  Extended abstracts should be a single-page
PDF file, which may contain text, graphics, equations, or anything else
that you would like to include as long as it fits on a single page.  The
extended abstracts will be published in Purdue's ePubs system.

MODVIS talks slots are longer than a standard VSS talk, typically 25-30
minutes depending on the number of submissions, allowing time for in-depth
presentation of technical details.  MODVIS is a small, intimate workshop in
which discussion during talks for the purpose of clarification is

Hope to see you there - happy modeling!

On behalf of the MODVIS organizing committee,
Jeff Mulligan, freelance vision scientist
Zyg Pizlo, UC Irvine
Anne Sereno, Purdue
Qasim Zaidi, SUNY Optometry
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