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MediVis :International Symposium on Information Visualisation in Medical and Biological Sciences

A Symposium within Information Visualisation 2001

http://www.graphicslink.demon.co.uk/IV2001/ MediVis.htm

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25 - 26 - 27 JULY 2001

SOAS, University of London



Call for Papers, Videos and Participation

Authors are invited to forward three copies of their extended abstract or full paper to the chairpersons of the symposium. Electronic submission in standard format (Word, .rtf, .pdf, Postscript) is acceptable.

Papers that address, but are not limited to, biomedical information visualisation in following areas are welcome:

Natural data capture and manipulation

Multi-dimensional structure sensing

Physical parameters for modelling bio-medical structures

Models, including particles, implicit surfaces, finite elements, etc.

Multi-structure interaction and deformation

Multi-modality visualisation and structure matching

Surface and volume representations

3D visualisation techniques and technologies

Stereo and auto-stereoscopic visualisation

Virtual and augmented reality

Dynamic data representation

Computer simulation and structure animation

Image-assisted biomedical applications, surgery, radiotherapy etc.

Human interface design

Supported by:


VGRU, SCISM, South Bank University, UK

Faculty of Architecture and town Planning, Technion, Israel

Department of Computer Graphics, Purdue University, USA

Department of Visual Art, University of Northern Colorado, USA

Computer Graphics & Modelling Group - DMU Milton Keynes, UK

ICAD - Pontificia Universidade Catolica Do Rio De Janeiro - Puc-Rio, Brazil

School of Construction, South Bank University, UK

Information and Computer Science Department, KFUPM, SA

School of Information Technology, Dubai Polytechnic, UAE

Mixed Reality Ltd, UK

Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications, University of Bradford, UK

The VIVID Research Centre, DISC, Brunel University, UK

University of Balearic Islands, Spain

University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

Technical University Graz, Austria

Centre for Research in Instruction, Development and Training, School of Psychology,

University of Nottingham, UK

University of Texas at Dallas, USA

Distributed Systems Group, Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet, Germany

The Proceedings of IV2001 will be published and distributed by IEEE Computer Society


Important Dates:

7 April 2001 - Submission of papers / Submission of tutorials & pre-conference courses

5 May 2001 - Submission of camera-ready copy / Early registration closes

18 May 2001 - Submission of digital art gallery / computer animation & special effects show

Further details and registration form are available at the conference wed-site:



All entries should be sent to:

Dr Chris Moore

North Western Medical Physics

Christie Hospital

Wilmslow Road


Manchester M20 4BX

Tel: +44 (0)161 446 3533

Fax: +44 (0)161 446 3545

Emails: chris.moore@physics.cr.man.ac.uk



Prof Gordon Clapworthy

Dept of Computer and Information Systems

De Montfort University,

Kents Hill Campus, Hammerwood Gate,

Milton Keynes


Emails: gc@dmu.ac.uk


All other enquires be addressed to:

Anita D'Pour

GraphicsLink_IV2001 -

Conference coordinator

P.O. BOX 29,


Tel: (Int. +44) 1707 - 652 224

Fax: (Int. +44) 1707 - 652 247

Email: IV2001@graphicslink.demon.co.uk


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