[robotics-worldwide] Deadline extension for Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV'10)
little at cs.ubc.ca
Tue Feb 2 13:01:11 PST 2010
The submission deadline for CRV'10 has been extended from 8 February
2010 until 11 February 2010 at midnight PST (12 February 2010 at 3am
EST). We look forward to receiving your submission
The complete proceedings will be available online after the conference
through the IEEE digital libraries.
THE SEVENTH CANADIAN CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER AND ROBOT VISION (CRV'10)
will be held on May 31-June 2, 2010, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Held jointly with the Graphics Interface 2010 (GI) and the Artificial
Intelligence 2010 (AI) conferences, a single registration will permit
attendees to attend any talk in the three conferences (CRV, GI, AI),
which will be scheduled in parallel tracks.
CRV seeks contributions of complete, original research papers on any
aspect of computer vision, robot vision, robotics, medical imaging,
image processing or pattern recognition. CRV provides an excellent
environment for interdisciplinary interaction as well as for
networking of students and scientists in computer vision, robotic
vision, robotics, image understanding and pattern recognition. In
addition to the regular sessions, there will be three invited
speakers. Four paper awards will be presented: one for the best
overall paper, one for the best paper with a student as first author,
and area awards for the best paper in vision and robotics.
There will be a tutorial day preceding the conference, consisting of many
short talks by different speakers on basic topics in computer vision and
robotics. This free event will follow the successful format of CRV'09 and
should be useful for new graduate students and seasoned researchers alike.
There will also be a "SLAM Camp", also free to CRV registrants, covering
the area of Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM).
Paper Submission Deadline (NEW) 11 February 2010
Acceptance/Rejection notification 5 March 2010
Revised camera-ready papers due 12 March 2010
Mark Fiala, Ryerson University
Jim Little, University of British Columbia
More information about the conference can be found at the main site
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