Symposium "Image Processing and Visualization in Solid MechanicsProcesses" within ESMC2012 - Announc

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    Dear Colleague,

    Within the 8th EUROMECH Solid Mechanics Conference - ESMC2012
    (www.esmc2012.tugraz.at), to be held in Graz University of Technology,
    Austria, July 9-13, 2012, we are organizing the Symposium “Image
    Processing and Visualization in Solid Mechanics Processes”.
    Examples of topics that will be considered in the symposium “Image
    Processing and Visualization in Solid Mechanics Processes” are: Image
    Analysis; Image Restoration, Compression, Segmentation and
    Description; Object Tracking, Matching, Recognition, and
    Reconstruction; Visual Inspection; 3D Vision; Medical Imaging; Data
    Processing, Modeling and Analysis; Scientific Visualization; Enhanced
    Visualization; Human Computer Interaction; Virtual Reality; Simulation
    and Animation; Software Development for Image Processing and
    Visualization; Grid Computing in Image Processing and Visualization;
    and Applications of Image Processing and Visualization.
    Due to your research activities in those fields, we would like to
    invite you to submit your work and participate in the Symposium “Image
    Processing and Visualization in Solid Mechanics Processes”.

    For instructions and submission, please, access to the conference
    website at: www.esmc2012.tugraz.at

    Please note that, when submitting your work you should select the
    Symposium “Image Processing and Visualization in Solid Mechanics
    Processes”.

    Important dates:

    - Abstract submission (two-page): November 30, 2011;
    - Notification of acceptance: February 28, 2011.

    Kind regards,

    João Manuel R. S. Tavares (University of Porto, Portugal,
    )
    Renato Natal Jorge (University of Porto, Portugal, )
    (Symposium organizers)
     
    , Oct 1, 2011
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