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The 9th Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology


18-22 November, 2019,  Sydney, Australia

Workshops


The Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology (PSIVT) is a premier level biennial series of symposia that aim at providing a forum for researchers and practitioners who are being involved, or are contributing to theoretical advances or practical implementations in image and video technology. The ninth Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology (PSIVT 2019) will be held at Sydney, Australia from 18th to 22th November, 2019.

The conference venue will be located near the tourist spot of Sydney city, the largest city of Australia. Sydney has direct flights from almost all major cities in the world.

The PSIVT 2019 organizing committee invites proposals for workshops to be held at the PSIVT conference. The topics of the proposed workshops should be aligned with those set forth in the call for papers of the main conference. PSIVT workshops provide a venue for exploring and discussing emerging research directions and applications of image and video technology, in both of theoretical advances or practical implementations.

The format and content of each workshop will be determined by its organizers. However, preference will be given to workshops whose format includes sessions that facilitate highly interactive discussions with the audience. Recent PSIVT workshops included:

We will continue to hold workshops at PSIVT 2019, and workshops will be held during the main PSIVT conference. We welcome workshop proposals in new and emerging research areas of image and video technology. Prospective workshop organizers are invited to submit proposals via email to Dr Yanyan Xu email: yanyanxu@mit.edu no later than 15th March 2019. The proposal should include the following information:

We are looking forward to receiving your proposals!


For further information, please contact with:


General Workshop Chairs

Mark Pickering, University of New South Wales, Australia
E-mail: m.pickering@adfa.edu.au

Yanyan Xu, MIT, USA
E-mail: yanyanxu@mit.edu