Call for Papers
Image and Vision Computing New Zealand is New Zealand's premier academic conference on all aspects of computer vision, image processing, visualisation, computer graphics, virtual and augmented reality, and HCI applications related to these fields.
IVCNZ 2012 will be held in Dunedin, a vibrant city with a strong education and research community based around the University of Otago, New Zealand's oldest university.
Dunedin has a range of attractions, including iconic Victorian and Edwardian architecture and fine botanic gardens, museum, and art gallery.
The Otago Peninsula offers rare opportunities to see southern wildlife, including the only mainland Royal Albatross colony, seals, and Yellow-Eyed Penguins.
Dunedin is also the gateway to many other attractions in the lower South Island.
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
|Augmented and virtual reality || ||Image analysis and understanding |
|Automated visual surveillance || ||Motion tracking and analysis |
|Biomedical imaging and visualisation || ||Multimedia information retrieval |
|Biometrics || ||Object recognition |
|Feature detection and extraction || ||Pattern recognition and classification |
|Geometric algebra in vision and graphics || ||Reconstruction techniques |
|Graph matching || ||Scientific visualisation |
|Human-computer and human-robot interfaces || ||Stereo image analysis |
|Image-based rendering || ||Shape recovery from multiple images |
Submissions must be complete manuscripts of 5-6 pages, and will be fully peer reviewed. More information about submision process can be found on the submissions page.
The conference will consist of a mix of oral and poster sessions, although no distinction will be made between the presentation types in the conference proceedings.
The conference proceedings will be published by the ACM through the International Conference Proceedings Series (ICPS), and will be made available through the ACM digital library.
You can also download this call for papers in PDF format.
- 17th September - Extended deadline for subissions (5-6 pages) for review.
- 10th September 2012 - Deadline for submissions (5-6 pages) for review.
- 15th October 2012 - Notification of acceptance.
- 29th October 2012 - Final papers due.
- 26th-28th November - Conference dates.
The conference proceedings are now available through the ACM Digital Library.