[hpc-announce] HPC Prize - Conference Computer Analysis of Images & Patterns (CAIP’2015) in Malta - Submissions page remains open until April 7
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Mon Mar 23 05:41:47 CDT 2015
First of all, we thank all the authors who have submitted their work to CAIP'2015 (2-4 September, Malta). Due to further interest by other authors we decided that the submissions page of the conference CAIP'2015 will remain open for submissions until April 7. The authors who have already submitted their papers may perform modifications until April 7.
CAIP'2015 is the sixteenth in the CAIP series of biennial international conferences devoted to all aspects of computer vision, image analysis and processing, pattern recognition, and related fields. This year it will be held in Valletta (Malta), 2-4 September. The conference centre is an important historical building which used to be the ‘Sacra Infermeria’ (Holy Hospital), built by the Order of St. John in the 17th century. Previous conferences were held in York, Seville, Münster, Vienna, Paris, Groningen, etc. The scientific program of the conference will consist of three plenary lectures and contributed papers presented in a single track. Poster presentations will allow expert discussions of specialized research topics. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Springer LNCS series. The conference also has a rich social program.
For more details about the conference please visit http://caip.eu.org/caip2015/
On 15 September authors of a selection (some 20%) from all accepted and presented papers will be invited to extend their paper to a journal paper and submit it by 15 November to a special issue of the journal Machine Vision and Applications (Springer) dedicated to CAIP. That issue of MVA is planned to appear in 2016.
Prizes for best 3 papers
EUR500 for the 1st best papers
EUR350 for the 2nd best paper
EUR200 for the 3rd best paper (donated by the Malta Council for Science & Technology: http://www.mcst.gov.mt)
Special HPC Prize
Juelich Supercomputing Center (http://www.fz-juelich.de) donates a special award (EUR400) for a best CAIP paper that concerns research in which high performance computing is an enabling technology for solving a pattern recognition problems.
Chairs of CAIP'2015
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