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IGS 2017 : 18th International Graphonomics Society Conference

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Link: http://www.graphonomics.org/igs2017/
 
When Jun 18, 2017 - Jun 21, 2017
Where Gaeta -- Italy
Submission Deadline Feb 5, 2017
Notification Due Mar 15, 2017
Final Version Due Apr 30, 2017
Categories    neuroscience   handwriting   pattern recognition   forensic document analysis
 

Call For Papers

IGS2017 is the 18th Biennial Conference of the International
Graphonomics Society and will take place in Gaeta, along the central
western coast of Italy, 18-21 June 2017.

The Conference theme is “Graphonomics for e-citizens: e-health,
e-society, e-education” and will be a single track international forum for
discussion on recent advances in the fields of science and technology of
handwriting and other graphic skills, and their impact on the daily life
within the e-society.

TOPICS of interest (but not limited to) are:
-- Neuroscience: Development, planning and control of writing and drawing
movement;
-- Handwriting generation: Biomechanical models; Cognitive models;
Neural network based models;
-- Handwriting analysis: Recording; Tracking; Processing; Tools;
-- Handwriting recognition: Human reading; Pen computing; On-line and
off-line recognition; Interface technology;
-- Handwriting education: Handwriting and drawing skill evaluation;
-- Teaching handwriting; Learning handwriting;
-- Medical applications: Handwriting disorders; Disorders and drugs; Braincomputer
interfacing;
-- Forensic applications: Handwriting features; Writer identification and
verification; Signature verification; Methods and Computer Tools
(e.g. personnel screening devices, etc.);
- -Cultural Heritage application: Historical document analysis and
processing; Palaeography; Large digital archives: systems, tools and
technologies.

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
The conference will host three invited speakers on neuroscience, forensic
document examination and handwriting education, as well as a special
session on Graphonomics for Cultural Heritage and a special session on
Sensory and Motor Brain-Machine-Interfaces.

SPECIAL ISSUES
We have negotiated with major international journals the publication of
special issues for selected papers presented at the conference (for further
details, see the conference website).
Submission details
Submitted papers should fall in one of the following categories: survey or
tutorial, research and on-going research. For further details about the
submission procedure, see the conference website

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