SSVM 2015 : Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision
Conference Series : Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision
Call For Papers
May 31th - June 4th 2015
We invite you to participate in the Fifth International Conference on Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision (SSVM). The conference will be held in Lège-Cap Ferret, near Bordeaux, France, June May 31th - June 4th 2015.
This biannual conference series is a merger of the Scale Space conferences and the Variational Level Set Methods conference. The aim is to bring together two different communities with common research interests: the one on scale space analysis and the one on variational, geometric and level set methods and their applications in image interpretation and understanding.
Paper submission: 28th November 2014
Notification of acceptance: 15th February 2015
Deadline for camera ready paper: 7th March 2015
Early registration: 15th February 2015
Arrival: 31th May 2015
Conference: 31th May - 4th June 20135
The submission page for the conference will be open soon. As is the tradition for this conference, we have a limited number of rooms available for conference participants. No admission is possible after the quota is full.
Typical conference topics cover
Scale space methods
Level set methods
PDEs in image processing
restoration and reconstruction
Inverse problems in imaging
Shape from X
Multi-scale shape analysis
Wavelets and Image decompositions
Medical and other Applications
Selection of salient scales
Differential geometry and Invariants
Mathematics of novel imaging methods
Papers accepted for the conference will appear in the conference proceedings that will likely be published in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (application pending). The proceedings will be available at the conference. Prospective authors are invited to submit a full-length twelve-page paper electronically via the SSVM'15 Paper Submission Web Page. All papers will undergo a double-blind peer-review procedure. At the conference the papers will be presented as posters or talks.
JMIV will have a special issue on "Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision".
The SSVM'15 Organizing Committee,
Jean-François Aujol, Univ. Bordeaux, IMB
Mila Nikolova, CNRS, CMLA, ENS Cachan
Nicolas Papadakis, CNRS, IMB