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6th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems, Vision for Cognitive Systems

Welcome to ICVS 2008

Vision for Cognitive Systems

Welcome to ICVS 2008

 

The 6th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems aims to gather researchers and developers from both academia and industry worldwide and to explore the state of the art in vision systems.


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02.10.2008
ICVS2009 announcement
We are glad to announce that the next ICVS in 2009 will take place in Liège, the cultural and economic capital of Wallonia, Belgium. The deadline for paper submission is 4th May, 2009. Please have a look at the website for more information.

26.05.2008
Best Paper Award and Photo Gallery
ICVS 2008 is over and about 100 participants contributed to and enjoyed this scientific event in wonderful Santorini. From the many papers presented, Attention Modulation Using Short- and Long-term Knowledge by Sven Rebhan, Florian Röhrbein, Julian Eggert and Edgar Körner was chosen for ICVS2008's Best Paper Award.
Please have a look at the photo gallery for the conference highlights.

16.05.2008
ICVS 2008 contributions available online
The abstracts and full texts of all ICVS 2008 contributions are now available online at the Springer Global Website.

22.04.2008
Presenter information updated
In order to help presenters and have a smooth presentation process, we added some guidelines to the Authors Info page, e.g., about the plenary presentation process and the poster setup.

19.04.2008
WAPCV and ICVW draft schedules available
The initial draft schedules for the two workshops that will held in conjuction with the main conference are now available on the Workshops page. WAPCV features 13 oral presentations in four thematic sessions and about 9 poster presentations and the ICVW features 11 oral presentations in three thematic sessions.

12.04.2008
Conference Programme available
The initial draft for the conference programme is now available on the Programme page. It features 23 oral presentations in seven thematic sessions and about 30 poster presentations for the main conference.