Vision, Video and Graphics

  University of Bath, UK. 10-11 July 2003





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The intersection of computer graphics and computer vision promises many new application areas and raises new fundamental questions. This conference is a response to this developing area, and its purpose is to promote cooperation between the graphic and vision communities.

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!! Student bursaries !!
EPSRC have generously agreed to provide some bursaries to help Ph.D. students attend. Contact us or click here for more information. Note: the bursaries details were updated 25 April; make sure you're up to date.

There will be a Convergence Community session, to discuss how researchers can come together, funding opportunities etc. Visit our sponsor's link to find out more.

The conference themes are all aspects of the convergence of vision and graphics, within such topics as:

  • Image based rendering (view synthesis from other images).
  • Models from images and video, for graphics and visualisation applications.
  • Augmented reality.
  • Video augmented environments.
  • Content based retrieval (images and video).
  • Photographs, paintings, and drawings.
  • Vision for scientific visualisation.
  • Images, videos, and volumes.
  • Analysis of dynamic scenes
  • Hybrid model and image based methods.
  • Graphics models for vision applications.
  • Novel and interesting applications.

The conference will be a high-quality single stream event, comprising key-notes talks, peer reviewed podium presentations, and posters. The conference will be held at the University of Bath. Bath is a World Heritage City, an architectural gem set in the beautiful west of England. It is easy to reach by all forms of transport and a wonderful location for a holiday.

Papers will be peer reviewed and published in an ISBN proceedings. A selection of the best papers will be put forward for a special issue of Graphical Models (formerly Graphical Models and Image Processing).

News: The quality of submissions is such that in addition to the special issue of Graphical Models, we have a special section in Image and Vision Computing too.

VVG 2003 is sponsored by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

Following the success of related EPSRC events, we expect this conference to be well attended. The Eurographics Association will publish the proceedings and a selection of papers will appear in Graphical Models, published by Elsevier.