We are now accepting poster/demo submissions for the ICCP 2015 conference at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Whereas ICCP papers must describe original research, the posters and demos give an opportunity to showcase previously published or yet-to-be published work to a larger community. Because this year’s conference will be held in Houston across street from the Texas Medical Center, we have decided to host an additional poster track specifically on Imaging and Mobile Health alongside our usual poster session on Computational Photography.
Call for Posters/Demos: Computational Photography
Unique to ICCP is that we bring together researchers and practitioners from the multiple fields that computational photography intersects: computational imaging, computer graphics, computer vision, optics, art, and design. We therefore invite you to present your work to this broad audience during the ICCP posters session. Whereas ICCP papers must describe original research, the posters and demos give an opportunity to showcase previously published or yet-to-be published work to a larger community. Specifically, we seek posters presenting:
- Recent research on computational photography previously published in another venue. This is your chance to present your work to the full computational photography audience!
- Late-breaking technical results and research, including, but not limited to, progress in computational algorithms, optical system design, and innovative applications.In addition to posters, we also welcome:
- Demos of working computational photography prototypes and tools software platform and/or imaging instrumentation utilizing computational photography techniques, including both research and commercial systems.
- Artwork and visual designs that relate to or utilize computational photography or video. Mediums include, but are not limited to, photographs, videos, multimedia presentations, and installations.
Call for Posters/Demos: Imaging and Mobile Health
- Recent research on innovations in mobile imaging for mHealth. This is your chance to present in a location that is right across the street from the world’s biggest medical center.
- Development and evaluation of systems for health interventions and well-being spanning the gamut of imaging, analysis, and feedback techniques.
- Some early stage moon-shot concept posters that present truly compelling and difficult problem spaces requiring interdisciplinary insights.
Proposal submission deadline:
February 21, 2015 March 6, 2015 (20:00 PST)
Proposal acceptance notification:
March 1, 2015 March 8, 2015
Submissions should include one or more paragraphs describing the proposed poster/demo/artwork, as well as author names and affiliations. We strongly encourage you to submit supporting materials, such as published papers, images or other media, videos, demos, and websites describing the work. Attachments under 5 MB are accepted. Otherwise, please provide a URL, or use an attachment delivery service like DropBox or YouSendIt.
Accepted posters preparations guidelines:
Posters must be no larger than 36″ x 48″ (90cm x 120cm)
There will be two 2-hour poster sessions and all poster presenters must be willing to present in both sessions.
Call for Papers
ICCP 2015 seeks high quality submissions in all areas related to computational photography. We welcome all submissions that introduce new ideas to the field including, but not limited to, those in the following areas:
- Computational cameras
- Computational illumination
- Computational optics (wavefront coding, compressive optical sensing, digital holography, …)
- High-performance imaging (high-speed, hyper-spectral, high-dynamic range, thermal, confocal, …).
- Multiple images and camera arrays
- Sensor and illumination hardware
- Scientific imaging and videography
- Advanced image processing
- Organizing and exploiting photo/video collections
Submissions should be full papers in the IEEE proceedings format. A typical paper length in ICCP has been 6-8 pages. This is a rough guideline, and there is no arbitrary strict maximum length imposed. Reviewers will be instructed to weigh the contribution of a paper relative to its length. Supplementary material can also be submitted. Details can be found in the author kit below. Submissions must be blind (not containing author names and affiliation). The reviewing process will be double blind. Submissions must present original unpublished work. Furthermore, work submitted to ICCP cannot be submitted to another forum (journal, conference or workshop) during the ICCP reviewing period (Dec. 2014 – Feb. 2015). Selected papers will be invited to submit a Journal version of their results to IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging with an expedited review cycle. The Guidelines for papers for review and for final versions of paper for Latex and Word may be found by following this link. ICCP 2015 Author Kit (zip) Regardless of the editor used, the submission file must be in PDF format.