Workshop "VISION, MODELING, AND VISUALIZATION 2005 (VMV2005)"
CALL FOR PAPERS
10th Fall Workshop
VISION, MODELING, AND VISUALIZATION 2005 (VMV2005)
November 16-18, 2005
Chair for Pattern Recognition
Chair for Computer Graphics
DFG Graduate Research Center SFB 603:
"Model-based Analysis and Visualization of
Complex Scenes and Sensor Data"
Vision, Modeling, and Visualization are rapidly converging disciplines. For a long time, Vision and Visualization were separate fields, with their own methodology, terminology, and models. However, for many applications vision and visualization have to work hand in hand based on models that can be used in both disciplines. Prominent examples are medical sciences, where novel and improved image sensors require new integrated vision, modeling, and visualization techniques. Also, due to the proliferation of digital photography and high speed graphics accelerators, image-based modeling and the corresponding vision and visualization techniques became a research topic of highest relevancy.
The DFG Graduate Research Center SFB 603 "Model-based Analysis and Visualization of Complex Scenes and Sensor Data" at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg is focused on this research area since 1998. The workshop "Vision, Modeling, and Visualization 2005" is the tenth in a series of annual meetings organized by this Research Center. After successful meetings in Erlangen, Alpbach, Saarbruecken, Stuttgart, Munich, and Stanford, the 2005 workshop returns to Erlangen. The program will consist of contributed paper and poster presentations, as well as invited talks by internationally renowned speakers.
* 3-D imaging
* Object localization and recognition
* Volume data processing and visualization
* Multi-sensor fusion and 3-D registration
* Medical image processing
* Medical visualization
* Structure from motion and stereo
* Geometry-based and image-based rendering
* Geometric modeling
* Scene modeling and integration
* Multi-view image processing and coding
* Realistic rendering
* Virtual reality
* Applications (medicine, robotics, fluid mechanics, manufacturing, automated inspection, virtual reality, communication, etc.)
Conference Web Site and Contact:
Web site: www.vmv2005.uni-erlangen.de/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org