Only days left to go until deadline
CVMP, the European Conference on Visual Media Production, taking place on 16th & 17th November 2011 at the BFI Southbank, London, is putting out the final call for full papers presenting the latest research in media production.
The 8th annual conference, which discusses the latest research, advances and state-of-the-art industry practice, will bring together practitioners in media production from the film, broadcast and games industries with leading academics and researchers in imaging and graphics.
The deadline for the submission of full technical papers of up to 10 pages is June 20th. High-quality papers are invited which present novel research related to any aspect of media production. Full length submitted papers will be subjected to peer review and the conference organisers are again going to publish papers with the Conference Publishing Services (CPS).
All full papers are eligible for the highly sought after BBC Best Paper Award 2011. This award is open to all full papers submitted for the CVMP 2011 event. Papers are judged by peer review and will be marked on the basis of the subject, argument, style of the paper, and the subsequent presentation. Full details are available online at Call-for-papers.
This year CVMP will feature a stellar line-up of presenters from the motion picture and visual media production industries.
Keynote Speakers Confirmed include:
* Sylvain Paris Researcher at Adobe Systems Inc.
* Nicola Hoyle, FX Supervisor at Double Negative
* Jeremy Doig Director of Video Tech at Google
* Roberto Cipolla, Prof. of Information Engineering at University of Cambridge, (Recently Director of Toshiba Research Europe)
Invited Speakers include:
* Peter Centen, Chief Scientist at Grass Valley
* Thorsten Herfet Intel
The two-day conference will provide a dynamic forum for the exchange of knowledge between researchers, media industry specialists and entertainment content creators working at the cutting-edge of visual media production.