2015 Colour and Visual Computing Symposium (CVCS)

We are very happy to announce that 2015 Colour and Visual Computing Symposium (CVCS) will take place in Gjøvik, Norway, on 25-26 August 2015. This will be the eight time that the Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at Gjøvik University College (GUC) organizes such an event.  This edition of the symposium follows up on the success achieved by the previous runs, of the biannual Gjøvik Colour Imaging Symposium (GCIS), from 2003 to 2011, and CVCS 2013. The previous symposia has attracted a growing number of participants and provided a platform for fruitful discussions and exploration of recent theoretical advances and emerging practical applications of colour and visual information processing.

CVCS 2015 will contain a rich program of tutorials, invited keynotes, and regular talks on a wide variety of colour imaging and visual computing topics given by young researchers and well-known international experts in the field. Confirmed keynote speakers for the symposium are Dr. Alessandro Rizzi (Università degli Studi di Milano) and Dr. Reiner Eschbach.

We hope to see you very soon in Gjøvik!

Dr. Marius Pedersen (GUC) and Dr. Jean Baptise Thomas (University of Burgundy, France), Symposium Chairs

News and information

  • 30.08.2015: The best poster was awarded to "Light source criteria for digitizing color films - Giorgio Trumpy and Barbara Flueckiger" and "The customized daltonization method using discernible colour bins - Neda Milić, Farès Belhadj, Novaković Dragoljub". The award was shared after a tie in the voting. 
  • 30.08.2015: The best presentation was awarded to "Producing two-component thermochromic pattern by means of offset printing: Case study in a small printing house - Ondrej Panák, Katsiaryna Kashtalyan, Tomáš Syrový"
  • 30.08.2015: The best student paper was awarded to "STRESS for dehazing - Vincent Whannou de Dravo and Jon Yngve Hardeberg"
  • 26.06.2015: The program has been published. 
  • 10.06.2015: Dr. Theoharis Theoharis (NTNU, Norway) will give an invited talk "3D Object Retrieval and its Applications in Biometrics and Cultural Heritage". For more information please visit the program.  
  • 10.06.2015: Dr.  JM Soto (University of Granada, Spain) will give an invited talk "A fuzzy approach to model the semantics of color in image processing". For more information please visit the program
  • 09.06.2015: Notifications on acceptance have been sent out. The program will be updated shortly. 
  • 19.03.2015: Registration is now open. Register here
  • 16.03.2015: Submission deadline extended to April 1, 2015. Submit your manuscript using https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CVCS2015/
  • 16.03.2015: Call for papers updated. 
  • 11.03.2015: The extended abstract should be submitted using https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CVCS2015/ 
  • 10.03.2015: Information on the registration was added. 
  • 27.02.2015: Information on Dr. Reiner Eschbach's keynote is added to the program. The title of his keynote is "What is the colour of your eyes?".
  • 24.02.2015: Information about the tutorials added.
  • 05.01.2015: Submission system now open: https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/CVCS2015/ 
  • 30.10.2014: Call for papers is now available
  • 17.06.2014: Added first information about CVCS 2015



CVCS 2015 is sponsored by the Research Council of Norway through the HyPerCept project, Gjøvik University College, the CP7.0 project, and Forum Farge. 




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