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IS&T SPIE Electronic Imaging 2016
Explore the Future in Electronic Imaging
Please join us for the 2016 IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging (EI 2016) at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in San Francisco, California, 14-18 February 2016.
Imaging is integral to the human experience—from the personal photographs that we take every day to the professional ones used in science, communication, security, transportation, education, space exploration, medical imaging, artistic expression, and entertainment. Come to EI 2016, where we discuss, learn about, and share the latest developments from across industry and academia. Meet up with your colleagues, leading researchers, and entrepreneurs from around the world.
On behalf of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T), we invite you and your colleagues to join us at the 28th annual EI Symposium. The 2016 event will feature 20 technical conferences covering all aspects of electronic imaging—from image sensing to display and hardcopy to machine vision in use in transportation systems. Topics include augmented and virtual reality displays and processing; computational and digital photography; human vision, color, perception, and cognition; image and video processing; image and video communication via the web; mobile imaging; imaging sensors; image quality; media security and forensics; and machine vision and machine learning.
Technical courses taught by experts from academia and industry are offered to augment the main technical program of symposium plenary, conference keynote, and oral and interactive (poster) presentations.
Technology demonstrations by industry and academia participants and a focused exhibition showcase the latest developments driving next generation electronic imaging products.
The Breadth and Synergy of Topics Covered at EI
The wide-ranging technology topics to be presented at EI 2016 are grouped as follows to help prospective authors determine the appropriate conference for their talk. Within each of these groups, one or more conferences address various aspects of the assembled topics.
Human Perception and Cognition for Emerging Technologies
Human visual, auditory and tactile perception and cognition related to electronic imaging algorithms, methods, and applications; Texture and material perception; Image understanding; Task-based visualization; High-level adaptation; Psychophysiological measures of image quality; Cross-sensory perception; Visual aesthetics, art and emotion in electronic media
Image Capture Systems
Advances in traditional and non-traditional digital cameras and their image processing pipelines; Plenoptic devices; Sensors for low-light imaging; Very high dynamic range sensors and cameras; Hyperspectral sensors and cameras; Wearable multimedia systems; Mobile games; Multimedia data mining; HCI interaction design and techniques
Image Reproduction and Material Appearance
Effects of extra-spectral attributes; Applications of color hard and soft copy: medical imaging, cartography, fine arts, new communications media, knowledge delivery; Measurement of Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Functions (BRDF), Bidirectional Texture Functions (BTF), and Bidirectional Surface Scattering Reflectance Distribution Function (BSSRDF); Quality evaluation of 2.5D and 3D soft- and hard-copy reproductions
Document Processing and Media Security
Document clustering and classification; Query languages and modalities; Pattern discovery, trend mining, topic modeling, and analysis; Clustering; Media forensics and authentication; Biometrics and user identification; Physical object identification and interaction
Image and Video Processing, Quality, and Systems
Electrical resistance and impedance imaging; diffusion optical imaging; imagery-based surveillance and tracking; Readability of electronic paper and mobile displays; Image preference measurement and modeling; Medical and forensic imaging; Genetic and evolutionary computing; Steganography and data hiding; Microarray imaging; Electronic cinema; Multimedia content retrieval; Image and video compression, communications, segmentation and recognition, restoration and enhancement
Virtual and Augmented Reality, 3D, and Stereoscopic Systems
Virtual reality UI and UX; Virtual and augmented reality in education, learning, gaming, art; 3D shape indexing and retrieval; Scene analysis: from 2D views to 3D reconstruction and interpretation; Stereoscopic image synthesis: 2D to 3D conversion, depth map generation, multi-viewpoint generation; Geometry of 3D perceptual space
Real-time Image and Video
Electrical resistance and impedance imaging; Diffusion optical imaging; Imagery-based surveillance and tracking; Machine vision applications for industrial research and development; Tracking and scene analysis for intelligent vehicles; 3D vision: modeling, representation, perception, processing, and recognition; Predictive 3D vision
Web and Mobile World
Image, video, and multimedia analytics: object tracking, face recognition, human detection and tracking; Social networks: use of images and videos in social networks; Video segmentation and tracking algorithms; Bayesian models for tracking and activity monitoring; Social media; Multivariate time series visualization.
The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T)–the organizer of the Electronic Imaging symposium—is an international non-profit dedicated to keeping members and other imaging professionals apprised of the latest developments in field through conferences, educational programs, publications, and its website. IS&T encompasses all aspects of imaging, with particular emphasis on digital printing, electronic imaging, color science, sensors, virtual reality, photofinishing, image preservation, and hybrid imaging systems.
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