Call for Papers
The Irish Machine Vision & Image
Processing Conference 2005 (IMVIP 2005)
30th - 31st Aug 2005, Queen’s
University Belfast (QUB),
New (Conference Venue)!! The conference will take place in
You are cordially invited to attend the Irish Machine Vision & Image Processing Conference 2005 (IMVIP 2005), to be hosted by Queen’s University Belfast.
IMVIP 2005 will be hosted by the School of Computer
Science at Queen’s University Belfast. This conference brings together
theoreticians and practitioners, industrialists and academics, from the
numerous related disciplines involved in the processing and analysis of
IMVIP 2005 is a conference
consisting of high quality previously unpublished contributed papers. The
conference emphasises both theoretical research results and practical
engineering experience in all areas. Papers are subject to a strict review
process - on complete papers.
IMVIP 2005 is the ninth conference in the series. Previous IMVIP conferences have been organised by: Magee College, University of Ulster (1997), NUI, Maynooth (1998), Dublin City University (1999), Queen’s University of Belfast (2000), NUI, Maynooth (2001), NUI, Galway (2002 in conjunction with Opto-Ireland), University of Ulster, Coleraine (2003) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) (2004).
The conference will be run in association with the Irish Pattern Recognition and Classification Society (IPRCS), a member organisation of the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR).
The conference will be run between
The Conference Topics
The program will include keynote lectures from an international array of speakers representing academia and major companies, each recognised in their respective field. As part of the conference a series of student sessions will be run in parallel with the main program.
Contributions are sought in all aspects of image processing, pattern recognition and machine vision, including but not restricted to the following topics:
1 - Industrial Machine Vision and applications
2 - Remote Sensing
3 - Image & Video Representation, Compression and Coding
4 - Medical and Biomedical Imaging
5 - Image Analysis
6 - Hardware and Software Architectures for Image and Video Processing
7 - Face Recognition and its applications
Authors who wish to present a paper at the conference
should send an electronic copy of the paper to email@example.com
Authors must be prepared to present their papers in person.
- Submission of full paper
29th April 2005
- Notification of acceptance NEW!!!
12th June 2005
- Final manuscripts due
24th June 2005
- Registration and conference fee
1st July 2005
30th-31st Aug 2005
English will be the official language of the conference
All papers presented during the conference will be published in a proceedings which will be made available at the opening of the conference.
The Registration Fee will be £180 before deadline stated. Fee will include coffee breaks and banquet. Late Registration Fee will be £200. Registration Fee for Postgraduate research students will be £100.
There will be two plenary speakers giving talks on the second and third day of the conference:
Talk 1: An Unsupervised Multiresolution Face-Kernel Recognition Model
By Maria Pavlou and Prof. Nigel M Allinson
University of Sheffield
Talk 2: Quantitative Analysis of Qualitative Images
By Prof. Charles M. Falco
Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona
The IMVIP conference is sponsored by the
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University’s Halls of residence – Queen’s Elms – are
situated in pleasant parkland, in a quiet residential area on the south side of
the city. Being on a large site, well
away from the main road there is a spaciousness and
calmness which generates a feeling of being far from city life, even though
Queen’s Elms are less than two miles from the centre of
All bedrooms have full access to kitchen facilities. Each hall has a comfortable common room where delegates can relax. Bedrooms are serviced daily including weekends with bed linen, towels, soap, tea and coffee. On each floor visitors will find a kitchen/dinning area where tea and coffee making facilities are available. Fully equipped laundry facilities are provided in each hall.
Please Note: Queens Elms accommodation could be booked via the QUB accommodation office.
Bed and Breakfast
Breakfast plus Guesthouse accommodation can be accessed via the Northern
Ireland Accommodation Guide at the following link: