Call for Demos and Posters
ICCP 2010 seeks to provide a strong platform for showcasing exciting work in fields related to computational photography from both academia and industry. To this end, this year the conference will feature sessions for poster and demo presentations in addition to the usual technical talks.
- Presentations may be based on speculative and exploratory research, or may describe prototypes/commercial systems, or may describe recent publications at related venues (SPIE, SIGGRAPH, ICCV, CVPR, Applied Optics, JOSA, PAMI, etc.).
- Presentations may describe work ranging from complete hardware or optical systems to tools for intelligent processing of photographic data.
- Video and live demonstrations of prototypes from industry alongside the posters are encouraged. We also encourage recent PhD graduates and PhD students who are close to graduating to submit posters highlighting accomplishments of their theses.
What to submit:
- Prospective presenters must submit a short proposal by the due date. Proposals should include author names, a brief description of the problem being addressed, the work’s contributions and main results, and whether any videos or demos will be shown.
- If the proposal is based on a single, previously-published paper, an electronic copy of the paper can be submitted in lieu of the above.
- Links to websites describing the project, and/or links to videos and demos are highly encouraged.
Email proposals (PDF or DOC) directly to the Posters/Demos Chair (Srinivasa Narasimhan, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Primary selection criteria are (a) relevance to computational photography, (b) quality, and (c) timeliness of the work. Decisions will be made by a committee of three researchers selected by the posters chair.
Proposal submission deadline: 8 PM EST, February 14 2010.
Proposal acceptance notification: February 21 2010.