[visionlist] London Imaging Meeting (LIM)- “Future Colour Imaging” - Call for Papers
Michal Mackiewicz (CMP - Staff)
M.Mackiewicz at uea.ac.uk
Thu Nov 21 14:26:59 -04 2019
The London Imaging Meeting (LIM) is a new yearly topic-based conference in imaging science being launched in 2020.
The theme of the ﬁrst conference is “Future Colour Imaging”.
Conference website: http://www.imaging.org/site/IST/IST/Conferences/LIM/LIM_Home.aspx
6 April: Laurence Maloney (professor, NYU)
7 April: Felix Heide (professor, Princeton)
Visual Computing: Jon Hardeberg (professor, NNTU)
Colour Science: Ronnier Luo (professor, Zheijiang)
CV and ML: Raimondo Schettini (professor, Milano-Bicocca)
Perception: Hannah Smithson (professor, Oxford)
3D Printing: Philipp Urban (professor, Fraunhofer)
The conference will take place over two days at the Institute of Physics in London, 6-7 April 2020.
To facilitate easy travel to and from the conference, the technical programme begins mid-morning on the 6th and ﬁnishes late afternoon on the 7th (only a single night needs to be spent in London).
Authors are invited to submit short-papers describing original work in technical areas related to colour imaging.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
human colour perception
physics-based computer vision
Submission Deadline: 13 December 2019
Submission Format: 4 page draft paper
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