Conference Proceedings are now published in IEEEXplore and can be found here.
Image and Vision Computing New Zealand is New Zealand’s premier academic conference for innovations in computer vision, image processing, visualisation and computer graphics. Held annually, it attracts an international forum of scientists and researchers with typically about one half of the participants coming from outside New Zealand.
The 33rd edition of the annual conference will take place in the City of Sails - Auckland from November 19th to November 21st.
On behalf of the Organising Committee we would like to welcome all participants to the 33rd Image and Vision Computing New Zealand conference (IVCNZ 2018).
The 33rd edition of the annual conference will take place from November 19th to November 21st at the VIC, one of the oldest theatres in New Zealand, located in… read more
Conference programme is now available here.
Have a safe trip and we’ll see you at The Vic!
IVCNZ 2018 will be held at the VIC, one of the oldest theatres in New Zealand, located in Devonport - just a stone’s throw (ferry ride) away from the CBD. You will be able to commute via a 10 min ferry ride, from any CBD-based hotel. Enjoy taking in the views Auckland has to offer from the water! Devonport boasts several swimming beaches, victorian style architecture and a vibrant food scene.
The deadline for IVCNZ submission has been extended to 30th of September.
Similar to previous years, we have applied for IVCNZ 2018 proceedings to be published by IEEE CPS after the conference. We cannot guarantee this until our application is formally accepted; however, all previous applications have been successful: IEEE Xplore entries for past IVCNZ proceedings.
The deadline for IVCNZ submission has been extended to 24th of September. We hope you are considering submitting to IVCNZ 2018.
Dr Alexander Woodward
Neuroinformatics Unit, RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan
“The Brain/MINDS project: image processing techniques for 3D brain reconstruction and atlasing of the common marmoset”
Dr Jacques Blanc-Talon
“Multilinear Methods for Image Processing and Related Problems”
Dr Alfonso Gastelum Strozzi
Research & Technology Development Unit at General Hospital of Mexico
“Computer vision and translational medicine”
Call for Papers poster is now availble in PDF format - please help us distribute!
The 2018 Image and Vision Computing New Zealand conference will be held between the 19th and 21st of November in Auckland.
Submission of full papers for review: 17 September 2018
Notification of acceptance: 15 October 2018
Camera-ready paper submission due: 29 October 2018
Conference dates: 19-21 November 2018