Aims and scope
Analysis of data coming from different physical modalities is one of the key issues of recent image processing research. Proper fusion of the data provides better understanding and can even improve the visibility of concealed features. Such methods can be found in various application areas spanning from the medical imaging, material analysis, remote sensing to cultural heritage.
This workshop will bring together researchers both on a national and international level to exchange ideas, encourage collaborations and present cutting-edge research. We welcome participants both from research institutions as well as from industry, hospitals, government and other application areas.
We are proud to host high profile international researchers from fundamental and application oriented research.
- Rafael Molina Soriano, Universidad de Granada, Spain
- Javier Portilla, Instituto de Optica, Madrid, Spain
- Jan Flusser, ÚTIA, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
- Petr Somol, CISCO, Czech Republic
- Cultural heritage
- Koen Janssens, University of Antwerp, Belgium
- Alexandra Pizurica, Ghent University, Belgium
- Robert Sablatnig, TU Wien, Austria
- Jana Striova, National Institute of Optics, Italy
- Vilém Neděla, ISI Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic
- Biology & medicine
The program will offer keynote speeches of invited speakers. The accepted submissions will be presented in the form of posters or short topic introductions. The main talks will be complemented by panel discussions. The first day will conclude with the workshop diner and informal discussions.