Symposium “Computational Methods in Image Analysis” within the USNCCM 11 Congress – Announce & Call

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    Dear Colleague,

    Within the 11th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics
    (USNCCM 11 - www.usnccm.org), to be held in Minnesota, USA, in July
    25-29, 2011, we are organizing the Symposium “Computational methods in
    image analysis”.
    Examples of some topics that will be considered in the symposium
    “Computational methods in image analysis” are: Image Analysis, Objects
    Modeling, Image Segmentation, Matching, Shape Reconstruction, Motion
    and Deformation Analysis, Objects Description and Registration,
    Medical imaging, Software Development for Image Analysis and Grid and
    High Performance Computing in Image Analysis.
    Due to your research activities in those fields, we would like to
    invite you to submit your work and participate in the Symposium
    “Computational methods in image analysis”.

    For instructions and submission, please access to the conference
    website at: www.usnccm.org

    Please note that, when submitting your work you should select the
    Symposium “2.1 - Computational Methods in Image Analysis”.

    Important dates:

    - Abstract submission: November 1, 2010 - January 31, 2011;
    - Student poster presentation submission: December 15, 2010 - January
    31, 2011;
    - Notifications of abstract acceptance/rejection: February 28, 2011.

    Kind regards,

    João Manuel R. S. Tavares (University of Porto, Portugal,
    )
    Renato Natal Jorge (University of Porto, Portugal, )
    Yongjie Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University, USA,
    )
    Dinggang Shen (UNC-CH School of Medicine, USA, )
    (Symposium organizers)
    , Nov 26, 2010
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