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IEEE Workshop on Biomedical Image Analysis

The Westin Hotel --- Seattle, Washington
June 24-25, 1994

The purpose of this workshop is to foster dialogue and debate
which will more sharply focus attention on important unsolved
problems associated with multidimensional biomedical image
analysis. This one day workshop will be held in conjunction
with CVPR'94. The program will consist of the highest quality
previously unpublished, contributed papers on all aspects of
computer vision and pattern recognition as applied to biomedical
image analysis. A list of possible themes for submitted papers,
meant to be suggestive rather then exclusive, is:

Motion Analysis of Biomedical Images
Deformable Models
Stereoscopic Techniques
Sensor Fusion and Multimodality Image Analysis
Multidimensional Segmentation
Multidimensional Surface and Volume Models
Biomedical Image Databases
Measurements of Anatomical Structures
Multidimensional Data Visualization


Four copies of complete manuscript should be received by Friday,
December 31, 1994 at the address: Dmitry Goldgof / Department of
Computer Science and Engineering / University of South Florida /
4202 E. Fowler Ave, ENG 118 / Tampa, Florida 33620, U.S.A.
Papers should include

(a) A title page containing the names and addresses of the authors
(including e-mail), an abstract of up to 200 words, and one or
more categories as listed above or other keywords,
(b) A second title page - title and abstract only (to allow for
double blind reviewing),
(c) Paper - limited to 25 double-space pages (12 points, 1 inch
margins), including figures, references, etc.


Thomas Huang
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois
Urbana, Illinois 61801


Dmitry Goldgof
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida 33620

Raj Acharya
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
State University of New York
Buffalo, New York 14260


Nicholas Ayache, INRIA, France
Alan Bovik, University of Texas, Austin
Kim Boyer, Ohio State University
Kevin Bowyer, University of South Florida
Horst Bunke, University of Bern, Switzerland
David Chelberg, Purdue University
Chun-Tu Chen, University of Chicago
Chang Wen Chen, University of Rochester
Edward Delp, Purdue University
James Duncan, Yale University
Eric Grimson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ramesh Jain, University of California, San Diego
Stephen Pizer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Ajit Singh, Siemens, Inc.
George Stockman Michigan State University
Torfinn Taxt, University of Bergen, Norway
Demetri Terzopoulos, University of Toronto, Canada
Massimo Tistarelli, University of Genova, Italy


James Lee, NeoPath Inc., 1750 112th Ave NE, Suite B-101,
Bellevue, WA 98004, email: james@neopath.wa.com


PostScript version of the call for papers can be found
by anonymous ftp to figment.csee.usf.edu (
in the directory CVPR.