Subject: CompIMAGE 2006 - Symposium Announce and 1st Call for Papers
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The International Symposium on Computational Modelling of Objects
Represented in Images: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications will be
held in International Centre for Mathematics of University of Coimbra,
Coimbra, Portugal, on October 20-21, 2006.
Within the Symposium many topics will be focused: Image processing and
analysis, image segmentation, 3D reconstruction, objects tracking,
motion and deformation analysis, objects simulation, medical imaging,
computational bioimaging and visualization, etc. More details regarding
the Symposium can be found in the following address:
Topics related to the goals of the Symposium are welcome, such as:
- Computational Vision;
- Medical Imaging;
- Image Processing;
- Tracking and Analysis of Movement;
- Simulation and Modeling;
- Image Acquisition;
- 3D Shape Reconstruction;
- Objects Segmentation;
- Objects Matching;
- Data Interpolation, Registration and Compression;
- Mesh Generation and Processing;
- Rapid Prototyping from Images;
- Virtual Reality;
- Computer Aided Diagnosis, Surgery, Therapy, and Treatment;
- Computational Bioimaging and Visualization;
- Software Development.
The focus of the Symposium is to communicate innovations and to
exchange views in the scientific development of image analysis and
computational visualization. Such, the Symposium will be an ideal
opportunity to debate with medical doctors, engineers, physicians and
mathematicians, among others.
The deadline for submission of abstracts to the CompIMAGE Symposium is
June 30, 2006.
Due to your research activities in the field, we would like to invite
you to submit a contributed paper. Your contribution is mostly welcomed
and we would be honoured if you could participate in the Symposium.
We appreciate very much your interest in participating in CompIMAGE.
Jo=E3o Manuel R. S. Tavares
Renato Natal Jorge
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