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CFP: Visual Communications and Image Processing 2010

From: Dacheng Tao <dacheng.tao@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 10:03:02 +0800
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Call for Papers
Visual Communications and Image Processing 2010

11-14 July 2010, Huang Shan, China
Web: http://vcip2010.ustc.edu.cn
Email: vcip2010@ustc.edu.cn

Hosted by: University of Science and Technology of China
Co-hosted by: Microsoft Research Asia

Visual communication has become an important engineering area that attracts
interdisciplinary research interest

and has lead to significant developments in technology and science. This
conference is designed as a forum for

presenting important research results. Original and unpublished material of
novel techniques and new developments

are solicited on the following and related topics:

1. Image and Video Coding
1.1. image/video coding algorithms
1.2. perceptual image/video coding
1.3. content-based coding
1.4. error-resilient image/video coding
1.5. scalable/layered coding
1.6. distributed/multi-view coding
2. Visual Communication Techniques
2.1. video transmission techniques
2.2. QoS issue
2.3. wireless video
2.4. Internet video
2.5. interactive/broadband video
3. Image and Video Analysis
3.1. image analysis
3.2. image sequence analysis
3.3. web-based image and video analysis
3.4. object segmentation and tracking
3.5. statistical models
4. Image and Video Processing
4.1. multi-resolution processing
4.2. multi-modal media processing
4.3. web-based image and video processing
4.4. restoration, enhancement, and noise reduction
4.5. sparse-based processing
4.6. adaptation/transcoding
5. Image and Video Synthesis and Rendering
5.1. stereo, multiview, and 3D (virtual reality)
5.2. synthetic image/video representations
5.3. graphics techniques in image/video representations
5.4. audio/video integration
5.5. image/video conversion
6. Implementation and Applications
6.1. VLSI implementation
6.2. system architecture
6.3. soft radio technologies
6.4. video and home networking
6.5. video and e-commerce/m-commerce

For paper submission, please go to VCIP’2010 Web,
http://vcip2010.ustc.edu.cn/submission.htm and submit up to 3000

words or four pages papers in PDF format by Dec. 6, 2009.

Proposal for Tutorials, Special Sessions, Panels and Exhibitions VCIP’2010
will include a number of special

sessions. Proposals for special sessions should be made according to the
guidelines in the VCIP’2010 Call for

Special Sessions (http://vcip2010.ustc.edu.cn/special_sessions.htm) and
submitted by Nov. 7, 2009. All papers for
special sessions are submitted as regular papers for review by Dec. 6. 2009.
Tutorials will be held on July 11, 2010. Proposals for tutorials should
include a title, an outline of the

tutorial and its motivation, contact and bio information for the
presenter(s), and a short description of the

material to be covered. Proposals for Panel sessions should include the
title and panel list. Proposals for

tutorials and panels should be submitted by Jan. 25, 2010.
VCIP’2010 will also feature a demo session. Proposals of technical
demonstrations should be made according to the

guidelines in VCIP’2010 Call for Demos (
http://vcip2010.ustc.edu.cn/demos.htm) and submitted by Jan. 25, 2010.


Important Deadlines:
Proposals for Special Sessions Due Date:                 Nov. 7, 2009
Regular and Special Session papers Submission (3000 words): Due Date:
Dec. 6, 2009
Proposals for Tutorials, Panels and Exhibitions: Due Date:         Jan. 25,
2010
Author notification: Due Date:                         Feb. 14, 2010
Final manuscript (8-12 pages) and summary (200 words): Due Date:     Mar.
14, 2010


Best Paper Award
One award will be given for the best paper. A photocopy of the researcher's
most current diploma and a letter from

the researcher requesting that his/her paper be considered must be submitted
with the final manuscript.


Organizing Committee
Conference Advisors:
Chang Wen Chen, University at Buffalo (USA)
Hsiao-Wuen Hon, Microsoft Corporation (China)

General Co-Chairs:
Shipeng Li, Microsoft Research Asia (China)
Bernd Girod, Stanford University (USA)
Guo Wei, Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China (China)

Program Co-Chairs:
Pascal Frossard, Swiss Federal Inst. of Tech. (Switzerland)
Houqiang Li, Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China (China)
Feng Wu, Microsoft Research Asia (China)

Local Arrangement Co-Chairs:
Yan Lu, Microsoft Research Asia (China)
Nenghai Yu, Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China (China)

Financial Chairs:
Xing Xie, Microsoft Research Asia (China)
Bin Li, Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China (China)

Tutorial & Panel Co-Chairs:
Qi Tian, Microsoft Research Asia (China)
Béatrice Pesquet-Popescu, ENST (France)

Special Session Co-Chairs:
Kevin Yang, National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan)
Eckehard Steinbach, Technische Universitaet Muenchen (Germany)

Demo Co-Chairs:
Shaoyi Chien, National Taiwan University (Taiwan)
Ye-Kui Wang, Huawei Technologies (USA)

Publicity Co-Chair
Dacheng Tao, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
Ebroul Izquierdo, University of London (United Kingdom)
Dan Schonfeld, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)

International Liaison Chair
Zhihai He, University of Missouri (USA)

European Liaison Chair:
Fernando Perrira, Instituto Superior Técnico (Portugal)

Asia-Pacific Liaison Chair:
Jian Zhang, University of New South Wales (Australia)

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