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1st IEEE International Workshop on Vision and Graphics Computing for Multimedia Communications
(http://www.cs.stevens.edu/~mordohai/public/vgcmmc/index.html)

The explosion and far-reaching of 3D internet multimedia content calls for advanced multimedia communication systems to deliver the most compelling experiences to the end user.  The focus of this workshop will be on exploring how vision and graphics computing can be leveraged for advanced multimedia communications systems. It will bring researchers from 3 different fields, i.e., computer vision, computer graphics, and multimedia communications together, and provide a forum to researchers to identify critical problems and propose effective solutions in this emerging interdisciplinary area.

TOPICS

We solicit submissions in all areas of vision and graphics computing for multimedia communications.  Key areas include, but are not limited to:

    * Visual data processing and analysis for tele-presence, real-time communication and collaboration
    * Visual content management for communication and collaboration
    * Visual content summarization and presentation for efficient communications
    * Content analysis for privacy protection and information security in visual communications
    * Acquisition and 3D reconstruction of static and dynamic scenes
    * 3D multi-view data acquisition techniques, calibration and storage
    * Content-aware coding, trans-coding and transmission
    * 3D data coding, compression and transmission
    * Error resilience and concealment techniques for 3D data
    * 3D Tele-immersion and remote collaboration
    * Augmented and virtual reality applications
    * Multi-view and multi-view plus depth video coding
    * Acquisition, compression, transmission and visualization of free viewpoint video
    * 3D data processing, analysis and editing
    * 3D data visualization and interaction, e.g. VR and simulation-based learning
    * 3D systems, tools and applications
    * The study of 3D multi-view data quality from the human perspective
    * Theory, algorithms and standards relating to 3D rendering, processing and communications

IMPORTANT DATES
 
Full Paper Submission: 	 February 20th, 2011
Notification of Acceptance 	April 10th, 2011
Camera Ready Submission 	April 20th, 2011
Workshop day 	July 11th or 15th, 2011

WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Gang Hua, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, US
Pietro Zanuttigh, Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova, Italy

PROGRAM CHAIR
Philippos Mordohai, Stevens Institute of Technology, US

PUBLICITY CHAIRS
Pradeep Atrey, University of Winnipeg, Canada
George Kamberov, Stevens Institute of Technology, US
Chunrong Yuan, University of Tubingen, Germany, US 

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