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28 Mars 2015

Catégorie : Conférence internationale

4th Workshop on the Architectures of Smart Cameras

June 29-30, 2015
Santiago de Compostela, Spain


The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with an informal
setting for discussing innovative work (in progress) or ideas on academical
and technical directions around smart camera architectures. 
Participants range from experts to students. 

Intended outcomes of the workshop should be:
- getting to know well the people in your field
- relevant input to your work by the sparring partners
- viewing and understanding interesting work by others.
- more confidence in your own work
- generating options for European (and global) collaboration and exchanges
- setting up joint projects or joint approaches
- an opportunity to publish in a well respected journal
- advances for the community and the level of knowledge around smart cameras 

The workshop offers ample time for discussions as there are no time 
limits for the presentations, they last until the last question.
The breaks are comfortably long.

Moreover, the workshop is fully free and no membership of any organisation
(such as IEEE/ACM/..) is mandatory. The participant should only take care
of housing and transport. 

To participate in the workshop, registration is mandatory and subject to 
availability of places. 

It is strongly encouraged for all participants to present their latest work 
or thoughts in a presentation. 
Apart from ungoing and finished work, discussing unfinished work, challenges 
or ideas are welcome! Demonstrations are also well received. 

In all above cases, submission of a one page abstract/summary proposal
with title, the presenters' name and affiliation and possibly other authors
should be done. Please indicate if you want to setup a demonstration. 

Afterwards, the workshop organisers will arrange for publication of selected
material in a special issue.

Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts on topics including,
but not limited to:

- Architectures for image understanding, sound recognition, and other senses
- Signal and image processing architectures
- Configurable and FPGA-based perception architectures
- Parallel architectures and algorithms for smart camera
- Smart sensors and sensor fusion
- VLSI perception systems
- Embedded use of perception systems
- Architectural performance evaluation
- Distributed processing for perception systems
- Languages, software environments and programming tools
- Vision and multisensor perception
- Architectures and protocols for camera networks
- Embedded vision programming

- Submission of proposal and/or demo: June, 1st 2015
- Registration deadline: June 15th, 2015
- The worshop is scheduled for June 29th and June 30th, 2015
- Participation to WASC is free (subject to seats)