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Present CFP : 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
The VMV Symposium series is well-established as Germany’s premier symposium that covers the fields of computer graphics, computer vision, visualization, and visual analytics, and it has reached significant international visibility. VMV offers researchers the opportunity to discuss a wide range of different topics within an open, international, and interdisciplinary environment. As in previous years, the proceedings will be published in cooperation with Eurographics. Extended versions of the three best papers will be invited to Computer Graphics Forum.
Authors are encouraged to submit their recent research results, practice and experience reports, or novel applications to VMV 2016. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
-Applications (medicine, robotics, communications, etc.)
-Color & Reflectance
-Dynamic 3D Acquisition and Processing
-Games & Serious Games
-Graphics and Perception
-Illumination and Reflectance Modeling
-Image and Video Processing and Coding
-Image-based Modeling and Rendering
-Interaction with High-Dimensional Data
-Medical Image Processing and Visualization
-Motion Capture and Tracking
-Statistical Methods, Machine Learning
-Time of Flight, Kinect Imaging
-Virtual, Mixed, and Augmented Reality
CALL FOR POSTERS
For this year’s conference, we offer a student posters track as well as a special "nectar track", see below.
STANDARD POSTERS TRACK
BSc and MSc students are encouraged to submit a poster abstract related to any area in computer graphics, computer vision, and visualization. Example works include, but are not limited to:
student projects as well as bachelor and masters theses.
We offer a special poster session for participants who do not present an accepted paper at VMV 2016. For those people, we offer a small number of high-profile slots in which they can display a poster that describes one of their best conference or journal publications within the last two years that they would like to share and discuss with the VMV 2016 participants. The goal of the nectar poster session is to provide a compact overview of important scientific advances that the VMV community has published elsewhere.