IGS 2015 : Conference of the International Graphonomics Society
Call For Papers
We are pleased to announce that the 17th Conference of the International Graphonomics Society IGS2015 will take place at the campus of Fouillole, one of the Guadeloupian campuses of the University of the French West Indies (UA).
The theme of the Conference is “Drawing, Handwriting Processing and Analysis: New Advances and Challenges”. IGS2015 will be a single track international forum for discussion on recent advances in the fields of science, humanities, arts and technology of Graphonomics.
Neuroscience: Development, planning, control, learning & adaptation of grasping, writing & drawing movements; Neuroimaging; Brain mapping.
Computational models: Biomechanical models; Cognitive models; Handwriting perception and production; Neural networks.
Forensic science: Handwriting analysis; Handwriting features; Signature verification; Methods; Computer tools.
Pattern recognition: Off-line and on-line handwriting recognition; Writer identification and recognition; Signature verification.
Historical document processing and archiving: Image processing; Document retrieval; Digital museum.
Education: Handwriting evaluation; Teaching/Learning handwriting; Handwriting in education.
Fine arts: Drawing skill evaluation; Teaching/Learning drawing & painting; Writing music; History of writing/drawing in fine arts & music.
Analysis of fine motor function: Recording; Tracking; Processing; Handwriting production; Tools.
Medical applications: Movement disorders; Biomarkers and drugs; Rehabilitation therapies.
Other applications: Brain-Machine/Computer Interfaces; Assistive & Rehabilitative robotics; Bio-robotics; Pen & touch-base Interfaces.
Paper submission :
Submit a paper (4-pages long, see Conference Website for template) falling in one of the following categories:
Survey or tutorial papers should present the state of the art for any of the topics listed above, possibly focusing on the role that inter-disciplinarity has played in shaping that specific field.
Research papers should describe either theoretical or experimental works that have reached conclusive results.
On-going research papers should describe partial/preliminary results, successful applications of well-known techniques to specific domains, original or enhanced algorithms, or experimental methodologies.
Selected papers will be submitted in Special Issue of journals: Human Movement Science, IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems and the Journal of Forensic Document Examination
Honorary Chair: Réjean Plamondon (Canada)
Conference Chairs: Céline Rémi, Lionel Prevost (Guadeloupe)
Program Chair: Eric Anquetil (France)
Adel Alimi (Tunisia)
Andreas Dengel (Germany)
Andreas Fischer (Canada)
Angelo Marcelli (Italy)
Anna Barnett (Uk)
Annie Vinter (France)
Arend Van-Gemmert (USA)
Bilan Zhu (Japan)
Ching Suen (Canada)
Claudio Destefano (Italy)
Giuseppe Pirlo (Italy)
Hans-Leo Teulings (USA)
Heidi Harralson (USA)
Jose-Luis Contreras-Vidal (USA)
Josep Llados (Spain)
Marcus Liwicki (Germany)
Masaki Nakagawa (Japan)
Nicole Vincent (France)
Richard Guest (Uk)
Sara Rosemblum (Israel)
Seiichi Uchida (Japan) Toshiyuki Kondo (Japan)
Umapada Pal (India)