The Marine Imaging Workshop 2017 follows on from a successful 2014 workshop, and invites anyone using visual imagery in the marine realm: scientists, engineers, researchers, regulators, and industrial partners. The focus will be on developments and challenges in methods of marine optical imaging: imagery acquisition, processing and manipulation, annotation, segmentation and automated strategies, data management, application to scientific aims, and outlook and future developments.
|Abstract submission opens: ||30 September 2016|
|Abstract submission deadline: ||11 November 2016|
|Abstract acceptance notifications: ||29 November 2016|
|Registration deadline: ||16 December 2016|
|Photo competition deadline: ||13 January 2017|
|Icebreaker event: ||20 February 2017|
|Workshop: ||21-23 February 2017|
|Hands-On sessions: ||24 February 2017||(More information available soon)|
Attendance is limited to 120. Those with presentations (talk or poster) will be given preference - limit of 1 talk per attendee (additional poster available).
Please complete this form
to register. The workshop fee of 250 € is due in December, following the notification of abstract acceptance.
To confirm your registration, please pay the workshop fee here until December 16th!
Submit your best marine images to be judged for prizes! Adriana Basques is an international award winning underwater photographer who will judge the entries (http://www.adrianabasques.com).
Details about the photo submission and rules for the competition can be found here
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Scientific organising committee:
Timm Schoening (GEOMAR, Germany),
Jennifer Durden (NOCS, UK),
Franzis Althaus (CSIRO, Australia),
David Bowden (NIWA, New Zealand),
Daphne Cuvelier (UAC, Portugal),
Fabio De Leo (ONC, Canada),
Linda Kuhnz (MBARI, USA),
Dhugal Lindsay (JAMSTEC, Japan),
Oscar Pizarro (ACFR, Australia),
Tali Treibitz (Uni Haifa, Israel),
Brian Bett (NOCS, UK),
Tim W. Nattkemper (Uni Bielefeld, Germany)
Local organising committee: