IVCNZ 2011 : Twenty-sixth International Conference Image and Vision Computing New Zealand
Conference Series : Image and Vision Computing New Zealand
Call For Papers
Image and Vision Computing New Zealand is New Zealand's premiere academic conference on all aspects of Computer Vision, Image Processing, Visualisation, Computer Graphics, VR/AR and HCI applications related to these field.
In 2011, IVCNZ will be held in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest and most diverse city. Auckland is build on top of 50 extinct volcanoes and is situated on a narrow isthmus between the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea. Auckland has beautiful swimming and surf beaches, breathtaking scenery, great hiking & fishing opportunities, a diverse culture, and the largest Polynesian population of any city worldwide. Auckland is a major tourist attraction in itself (http://www.aucklandnz.com/). Other top attractions easily reached by car include the famous glow worm caves and black water rafting in Waitomo (1.5h), geothermal areas and hot pools around Rotorua (2.5h), and Tongariro National Park (3.5h) with NZ’s highest volcano, world famous hikes and breathtaking scenery (seen in “Lord of the Rings”).
If you have a new idea or some interesting results in any area related to vision and computer graphics, then consider submitting a paper to IVCNZ 2011!
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
Augmented and Virtual Reality
Automated visual surveillance
Biomedical Imaging and Visualisation
Feature detection and feature extraction
Geometric algebra in vision and graphics
Human Computer and Human Robot Interfaces
Image based rendering
Image processing for environmental sciences
Image analysis and understanding
Modelling, rendering and animation techniques
Motion tracking and analysis
Pattern recognition, clustering, and classification
Shape recovery from multiple images
Submissions must be complete manuscripts of 4-6 pages in double column format, and should be submitted as PDF files. LaTeX and Word templates may be downloaded from: http://www.ivs.auckland.ac.nz/ivcnz2011
The conference will consist of a mix of oral and poster sessions. No distinction will be made between the two types of presentation in the proceedings.