[Pkg-mythtv-maintainers] January'2015 Academic Conferences - First Call for Papers

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International Conference on Computer Vision & Image Analysis 
(ICCVIA’ 2015)
18-20 January, Sousse, Tunisia.
 CALL for Papers: http://www.iccvia.org/
International BioMetrics & Smart Government Summit
(IBMSGS’ 2015)
18-20 January, Sousse, Tunisia.
 CALL for Papers: http://www.ibmsgs.org/
Venue: El Mouradi Club - Port El Kantoui, Sousse, Tunisia 
Dear Authors,
The organizing committee of ICCVIA’2015 & IBMSGS'2015 announces a 2nd year of these exciting events. Be a part of this year's event!
Important Dates
Submission:  1 August, 2014
Notification: Within 2 weeks
Camera Ready: 1 December, 2014
Registration: 10 November, 2014
We seek novel paper submissions (English or French) to be presented or posted (as a poster paper) in  ICCVIA’2015 with topics broadly including, but not limited to:

    ICCVIA’ 2015 is dedicated to cutting edge research that addresses scientific needs of academic researchers and industrial professionals to explore new horizons of knowledge on various Computer Vision and Image Analysis related applications and research. ICCVIA’ 2015 is scheduled to include high-quality paper presentation sessions revealing the latest research findings, and to engage participants in interesting discussion sessions. We seek novel paper submissions to be presented or posted (as a poster paper) in ICCVIA’2015 with topics broadly including, but not limited to :
1. Image formation and preprocessing
2. Image and video analysis
3. Image and video understanding
4. Industrial Applications and services for Image Processing
5. Motion, tracking and stereo vision
6. Human-Computer Interaction
7. Intelligent Environments
8. Multimedia
9. Intelligent Robots
10. Image Processing and Computer Vision
11. Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
12. Industrial Applications for Computer Vision
Papers in the main technical program must describe high- quality, original research. Topics of interest include all aspects of computer vision and Image Analysis including, but not limited to:
    Annotation and visualization
    Audio and music processing for multimedia
    Benchmarking systems
    Capture and sensor systems (embedded, multi-sensors, …)
    Coding and compression techniques
    Content analysis and data mining
    Content protection methods
    Data storage and management
    Distributed multimedia
    Fundamentals of human perception
    Hypermedia systems
    Interactive multimedia applications
    Interactive television (video-on-demand, home shopping, voting, and games)
    Media blending technologies
    Multimedia and education
    Multimedia computing
    Multimedia databases and archival systems
    Multimedia documents and authoring
    Multimedia interface design
    Multimedia processing techniques (audio, image, video, …)
    Multimedia programming
    Multimedia retrieval methods
    Multimedia tools
    Network architectures and protocols
    Operating system support for multimedia systems
    Real world applications and emerging technologies
    Security and privacy
    Server design issues for multimedia systems
    Synchronization (inter-media and intra-media) technologies
    User interface challenges
    Video conferencing and groupware
    Video surveillance and sensor networks
    3D imaging
    Active and robot vision
    AI, machine learning, SVT with applications in imaging science
    Applications including: security, medicine, robotic, GIS, remote sensing, industrial inspection, nondestructive evaluation (or NDE), …
    Biometric authentication
    Camera networks and vision
    Case studies
    Classification and clustering techniques
    Cognitive and biologically inspired vision
    Digital imaging for film and television
    Dimensionality reduction methods in pattern recognition
    Enhancement techniques
    Event recognition techniques in image sequences
    Face recognition, face detection, and gesture recognition
    Fuzzy and neural techniques in vision
    Geometric modeling and fractals
    Graph theory in image processing and vision
    Image compression, coding, and encryption
    Image data structures and databases
    Image display techniques
    Image feature extraction
    Image formation techniques
    Image generation, acquisition, and processing
    Image geometry and multi-view geometry
    Image restoration
    Image-based modeling and algorithms
    Indexing and retrieval of images (image databases)
    Interpolation techniques
    Invariance in pattern recognition
    Knowledge-based recognition
    Machine learning technologies for vision
    Mathematical morphology
    Medical image processing and analysis
    Mosaic, image registration and fusion methods
    Motion and tracking algorithms + orientation estimation
    Multimedia Systems and Applications
    Multi-resolution vision techniques
    Novel document image understanding techniques + OCR
    Novel noise reduction algorithms
    Performance analysis and evaluation (real-time vision)
    Printing technologies
    Scene and object modeling
    Sensors and early vision
    Signal and speech processing
    Soft computing methods in image processing and vision
    Software tools for imaging
    Special-purpose machine architectures for vision
    Statistical pattern recognition
    Structural and syntactic pattern recognition
    Symbolic learning
    Watermarking methods and protection
    Wavelet methods
    Wavelets, data hiding, image copyright and related issues
    Applied Digital Signal Processing
    Coding and Transmission
    Color and Texture
    Computer graphics and visualization
    Computer vision
    Digital Signal Processing in Communications
    Emerging Technologies in Digital Signal Processing
    Face and Gesture
    Illumination and Reflectance Modeling
    Image & signal processing Applications
    Image Acquisition and Display
    Image and Video Processing & Analysis
    Image and Video Retrieval
    Image scanning, display, and printing
    Image-based Modeling
    Machine learning, computer graphics, biological vision
    Medical Image Analysis
    Object Recognition
    Physics-based Modeling
    Segmentation and Grouping
    Sensors and Early Vision
    Shape Representation
    Statistical Methods and Learning
    Stereo and Structure from Motion
    Storage and Retrieval
    Video Analysis and Event Recognition
    Vision for Robots
 IBMSGS’2015  topics broadly including, but not limited to:
* Algorithms for molecular biology 
* Aviation Security and Quality Control 
* Banking and Financial Services 
* Best Practices in Biometrics and Smart GOV. 
* Biological image and signal analysis 
* Biometrics and Security Reliability 
* Biometrics Linked Services and Applications 
* Biometrics Recognition and Methods for Performance Evaluation 
* Biometrics system design 
* Biometrics Technologies 
* Biostatistics Research 
* Border Control 
* Brain-computer interfaces 
* Computational anatomy and digital human; Medical robotics 
* Computer Security 
* Computer-aided detection and diagnosis 
* Content based image retrieval and data mining; 
* Data mining for biological databases 
* Deformable object tracking and registration 
* Education; Transportation 
* Government Security and Safety 
* Healthcare: Safety Quality and Quantity 
* Homeland Security and Safety 
* Image guidance and robot guidance of interventions 
* Law Enforcement 
* Medical and biological imaging 
* Modeling, simulation and visualization 
* Molecular and cellular image analysis 
* Motor Vehicle; Physical Security; 
* Multimedia Biometrics; Multimodal Biometrics Research; Physical Access Control; Retail and Electronic Commerce 
* Segmentation of medical images 
* Telecommunications 
* Volumetric image analysis 

Smart-Government (GOV.)
* Applications of Smart GOV.; Building Smart GOV.; Challenges of open-source and open-standard solutions in e-GOV. 
* Citizen participation and involvement in public sector governance; Criteria in e-GOV. evaluation; E-GOV. evaluation and axiological philosophy;  E-Id in public e-service development; E-infrastructure for public sector; E-participation and social media in democratic processes; E-services and redesign of public administration processes 
* Ethics, Transparency and Accountability; Evaluation of e-GOV. strategies and plans 
* Evaluation of websites, e-services, infrastructural components, e-GOV. interoperability, legacy systems; Innovative design and prototypes of e-GOV. services; Inter-organizational relationships in public sector; Legal, organizational and institutional barriers to e-service development; Methods and concepts of participatory e-GOV. processes; Methods for e-GOV. evaluation 
* Metrics for e-GOV. evaluation; Models for e-GOV. evaluation 
* National and international benchmarking of e-GOV.; New forms of governances and management; Perspectives and methodological points of departure for e-GOV. evaluation; Policy and GOV. Innovations; Practical evaluation vs. evaluation as a research activity; Role of Biometrics in Smart GOV.; Smart GOV. and Information Security; Smart GOV. for Smart Societies; The e-service concept; The role of evaluation in benefits management; The roles of values and policies in e-GOV.; Transparency and openness in e-Gov. 
* Smart Space & Wireless Sensor Networks 
* Best practices in Smart Government 

Submission could be in the form of: 
1- Abstract (paper not exceeding 2 pages)
2- Full papers: Prepare your manuscript (maximum 6 pages)
3- Poster Presentation: is a graphically based approach to presenting research
Language: Papers could be either in English or French.
Submission link:  http://www.iccvia.org/submission/
Submission link:  http://www.ibmsgs.org/submission/
Conferences proceedings will be indexed in Conference Publishing System (CPS), a subsidiary Conference Proceedings Publication wing of the Institute of Doctors Engineers and Scientists (IDES). All the CPS produced contents will be submitted for possible indexing in IET INSPEC, DBLP, EI (Compendex), Thomson ISI proceedings, Google Scholar, ProQuest, as well as other indexing services.
The Editors of the following international Journals welcome the submission of extended versions of papers that the program committee deems excellent.
Journal of Strategic Information Systems; Impact Factor: 1.500; 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.433; Imprint: ELSEVIER; ISSN: 0963-8687
Journal of Information Systems; Impact Factor: 1.768; 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.838; Imprint: ELSEVIER; ISSN: 0306-4379
Journal of Applied Computing and Informatics; Imprint: KING SAUD UNIVERSITY, ISSN: 2210-8327
 International Journal of Computing and Optimization
IJCO is publishing refereed, high quality original research papers and reviews in the area of mathematical programming, classical optimization, meta-heuristics optimization and modern optimization, artificial intelligence, soft computing and computational intelligence, algorithms and theory, distributed and parallel computing, scientific computing, simulation, software engineering, real world applications, etc
Recent Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering 
Editor-in-Chief: Huiyu Zhou, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
ISSN: 2352-0973 (Online), ISSN: 2352-0965 (Print)
Abstracted & Indexed in: Scopus, Chemical Abstracts, Engineering Village/Compendex, Genamics JournalSeek, MediaFinder®-Standard Periodical Directory, PubsHub, J-Gate.

Reviewing Process: Each submitted paper will be blindly reviewed by at least two members of an international technical program committee with appropriate expertise.
Keynote Speakers
will be announced later
IEEE Tunisia Section Technical co-sponsorship and IEEE Xplore Digital library publication is under processing.

Best Regards
January'2015 Conferences General Chairs.

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