23.9.-27.9.2007 - Interessante Konferenzen in Wien
Der September bringt gleich drei Interesante Konferenzen nach Wien, die nicht nur für Forscher Interessantes bieten.
So finden vom 23.9. - 27.9.2007 folgende Konferenzen statt:
VLDB 2007 - 33rd International Conference on Very Large Data Bases
"VLDB 2007 is a premier international forum for database researchers, vendors, practitioners, application developers, and users. We are looking forward to an exciting conference, discussing original results on all aspects of data management as well as proposals for panels, tutorials, and demonstrations that will present the most critical issues and views on practical leading-edge database technology, applications, and techniques. VLDB 2007 also hosts a series of workshops that cover important aspects in the thematic context of data bases."
ISMIR 2007 - 8th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval
"The annual ISMIR Conference is the first established international forum for those involved in work on accessing digital musical materials. It reflects the tremendous growth of music-related data available either locally or remotely and the consequent need to search this content and retrieve music and musical information efficiently and effectively.
These concerns are of interest to education, academia, entertainment and industry. ISMIR therefore aims to provide a place for the exchange of news, issues and results, by bringing together researchers and developers, educators and librarians, students and professional users, working in fields that contribute to this multidisciplinary domain, to present original theoretical or practical work. It also serves as a discussion forum, provides introductory and in-depth information in specific domains, and showcases current products."
ICDSC-07 - First ACM/IEEE Interantional Conference in Distributed Smart Cameras
"Distributed smart cameras combine techniques from computer vision, distributed processing, and embedded computing. Technological advances in the design of sensors and processors have facilitated the development of efficient embedded vision-based techniques. Distributed algorithms can provide more confident deductions about the events of interest or reduce ambiguities in a view caused by occlusion or other factors. Because they operate in real time, a variety of smart environment applications can be enabled based on the development of efficient architectures and algorithms for distributed vision networks.
The conference aims to provide an opportunity for researchers working in the areas of smart camera architectures, algorithm design, embedded vision-based processing, and smart environments to exchange their most recent results. Offering insight into the potentials and challenges of distributed vision networks and presentation of design methodologies employed by leading research groups working in these areas are also the objectives of the conference. Presentations accompanied by demonstrations and contributions based on industrial applications are also of interest."