Thursday 11 to Saturday 13 September 1997
To AI-97 area.
With support from: IAPR - International Association for Pattern Recognition; ECVnet - European Computer Vision Network of Excellence; IRTU - Industrial Research and Technology Unit of Northern Ireland; and OESI - Optical Engineering Society of Ireland, Cumann Innealtóireacht Optúla (Irish chapter of SPIE).
The conference has developed from a highly successful Machine Vision and Image Processing Colloquium staged at the Queen's University Belfast in March 1996. The technical programme will comprise tutorials, plenary lectures, an exhibition, and contributed papers, which will be presented in either lecture and poster format.
IMVIP '97 will take place at Magee College, Derry, Northern Ireland, from Wednesday 10th to Saturday 13th September 1997. See the travel information link towards the end of this page for a map, pictures of Magee College, currency coverters, and weather information. The conference, including the registration area and exhibits, will be in the MG building, the second of two long buildings directly city-side (south) of the car park. A conference dinner will be held on the Friday evening. Persons requiring accommodation may avail of the University student residences for bed and breakfast. A list of local hotels and B&Bs is also available.
Deadline (extended) for submission of abstracts: 29 June 1997. Further schedule information below.
Dr E Ambikairajah (Athlone), Prof D Bell (UU), Dr N Black (UUJ), Dr A Bouridane (QUB), Mr J Campbell (UU), Mr T Carew (TSI), Prof D Crookes (QUB), Dr K Dawson-Howe (TCD), Prof A Hashim (UU), Prof J Haslett (TCD), Dr P Horan (Hitachi), Prof C Hussey (UL), Dr J Keating (Maynooth), Dr J Kennedy (Captec), Mr G Lacy (TCD), Prof P McKevitt (Aalborg), Dr N McMillan (Carlow), Dr P Morrow (UU), Dr N Murphy (DCU), Prof F Murtagh (UU), Mr F Shevlin (TCD), Prof F O'Sullivan (UCC), Prof D Vernon (Maynooth), Dr P Whelan (DCU).
Accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of IMVIP '97, which will be available at the time of the conference; an eight-page limit will be imposed on the final papers.
29 June 1997: Deadline for submission of abstracts.
16 July 1997: Notification of acceptance.
1997: Submission of camera-ready paper.
15 August 1997: Early registration.
10-13 September: Conference, including Tutorials and Sideline Meetings. 13 September afternoon: trip to Giant's Causeway and Bushmills (NOTE: this has been changed from Sunday afternoon).
Saturday, 13 September 1997: Setting-up meeting of Irish affiliate organisation to IAPR (International Association for Pattern Recognition).
Vendor and publisher displays & demonstrations are encouraged.
Early registration, payable before Friday 15 August 1997: £ 120
Late registration: £ 150
Student registration: respectively £ 75 and £ 100 for early and late registration.
Reduction for OESI/SPIE members: £ 20 on either early or late registration.
Payment by cheque to "IMVIP/AI-97, University of Ulster". Note that no distinction is made in regard to the tandem conference AI'97 - the registration fee entitles participation at both. For registration, please use the form below, sign, and return by regular mail. The registration fee includes conference materials, refreshments, and a copy of the proceedings.
Accommodation: nearby choices for hotel, bed and breakfast, and University student accommodation (price £ 19.00 per night), are all within a short walk of the Magee College campus. For University student accommodation, use the registration form.
To register, return the registration form.
Fax +44 1504 370040
Tel +44 1504 375408
information, including a map, pictures of Magee College, currency
A calendar of events in Ireland may whet your appetite further.
This page is: http://www.infm.ulst.ac.uk/research/imvip97
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