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San Francisco, United States 22 – 26 January / 2012
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About the trade show
Electronic Imaging 2010 will feature 22 technical conferences covering all aspects of electronic imaging, from image sensing to display and hardcopy. Topics will include, but not be limited to, sensors, digital photography, color hardcopy, human vision, image processing and compression, image quality, image security, and multimedia imaging systems. Augmenting the oral and poster presentations will be a set of technical courses taught by experts from academia and industry. There will also be demonstrations by representatives from the imaging industry.
This year we are very excited to add three new conferences—Imaging and Printing in a Web 2.0 World, 3D Image Processing (3DIP) and Applications, and Computer Vision and Image Analysis of Art—to our already expansive range of topics. Imaging is pervasive in the human experience, be it photographs that we take in our everyday lives to those that are used in space exploration, medical imaging, entertainment, science, or national security. Electronic Imaging 2010 is the one international conference where papers on all aspects of electronic imaging are presented, and where you can develop both your career and business by networking with leading researchers and entrepreneurs in the field.
Here are ten reasons for you to join us at Electronic Imaging 2010:
1. Share your work with your peers by presenting an oral or poster paper.
2. Learn about leading edge technology and science across a broad range of
3. Gain from the insight of recognized experts in the electronic imaging fi eld by
attending the plenary sessions.
4. Network with fellow scientists, engineers, mangers, and entrepreneurs.
5. Enhance your knowledge in a specifi c area by taking one or more of the many short courses offered.
6. Showcase your technology at a special demonstration session.
7. Participate in panel sessions that discuss the current and future states of
electronic imaging technologies and products.
8. Become a vital part of the imaging community by volunteering to be a committee member at one of the many conferences.
9. Attend the receptions and coffee breaks and develop life-long relationships with other experts in industry, government, and academia.
10. Enjoy the inviting business, cultural, and entertainment offerings found in Silicon Valley.