Conference for Visual Media Production – London/12-13 Nov

CVMP – Conference for Visual Media Production – (12-13 November) aims to bring together the worlds of academic algorithmic research and post production to discuss new advancements and innovative applications.

It is also a unique opportunity to network and pick each other’s brains. Who knows what ideas may form?

[Editor’s Note: So says the press release for this conference. Looks like there is some potential here, and the location is right (although some of the papers seem a little obscure.) Does anyone have experience with this conference? Is there a back-story to the assertion of their marketing – it almost seems like they are trying to resurrect a dying brand.

“CVMP offered a good mix of research people in graphics and vision as well as industry experts in production and post-production. Surprisingly for such a smaller conference, papers, speeches and posters were continuously of good quality. The time I spent in London was a good investment.”
Jurgen Stauder, Technical Advisor, Thomson Corporate Research

Who should attend?

• Chief Technical Officers
• Technical Directors
• Pipeline Architects
• Engineers
• Academic Researchers in Signal / Image / Video Processing, Graphics and Computer Vision


What can I expect?

Submitted papers determine a substantial part of the line up. Have a look at them here, and our confirmed keynote speakers include:

Peter Hillman, R&D Software Engineer at Weta Digital
Prof. Marc Pollefeys, ETH Zurich
Dr. Toni Mateos, Barcelona Media Come and join the discussion.

Special Sessions this year are:
1. Advanced Technology in post production
2. Capturing 3D Worlds

How can I contribute?

CVMP is reliant on paper submissions. We need to know what you’ve been up to. See our Call for papers.

The Best papers from CVMP 2009 will be published in a special issue of JVRB. All proceedings will be published by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

When is CVMP?

CVMP takes place over two days. November 12th and 13th.
Don’t miss out, Register now

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