The British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) is the main UK conference on machine vision and related areas. Organised by the British Machine Vision Association, the 11th BMVC will be held in September 2000 at the University of Bristol, Bristol, UK. Papers will be refereed on their originality, presentation, empirical results, and quality of evaluation. Conference topics include (but are not limited to):
BMVC2000 will be a single-track meeting with oral and poster presentations. The Proceedings will be available to delegates at the conference in hard copy and on CD and a selection of the best papers will be published separately in a special issue of the journal Image and Vision Computing.
As in previous years, BMVC 2000 will incorporate a designated Industry Day on Wednesday 13th September. Presentations on Industry Day will focus on the practical applications of machine vision, and we are particularly keen to see presentations of well evaluated applications which clearly show thorough understanding of the underlying principles. Delegates will be able to view poster presentations and see demonstrations by both industrial exhibitors and researchers demonstrating their academic work. Industry Day is organised with the co-operation of the UK Industrial Vision Association.
The Applied Vision Association is also holding its 3rd one day Meeting on Natural Images at the University of Bristol on Friday the 15th of September 2000. This is being arranged as a "satellite" meeting to the BMVC2000 conference.
Deadline for paper submission: April 14th 2000
Notification of acceptance: June 16th 2000
Deadline for camera-ready electronic copy: July 7th 2000
About the Conference:
| Conference Co-Chairs:
Dr. Majid Mirmehdi M.Mirmehdi@cs.bris.ac.uk
Prof. Barry Thomas B.Thomas@cs.bris.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)117 954 5139
Fax: +44 (0)117 954 5208
| Conference Secretariat: |
Mrs. Ann Prowse
University of Bristol, Department of Computer Science, Merchant Venturers Building,
Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1UB, United Kingdom
|BMVC2000 is part sponsored by HP Research Labs, Bristol||and the Institute of Electrical Engineers|