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Best presentation award at ICCVG 2014 conference      index | spis

The awards for the best presentations given by a young scientist at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2014, Warsaw, September 15-17, 2014, funded by the Association for image Processing have been granted as follows.

Award in the domain of Computer Vision

Award in the domain of Computer Graphics

It is our pleasure to announce that Special Prizes for the laureates of the awards for the best presentation have been funded by WOLFRAM. These are the instances of the WOLFRAM MATHEMATICA computing system.

The winning presentations have been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation. The award is granted to the person who presents the paper.

The award comprises the right of partipating in the next ICCVG with zero fee, and a diploma. The awards have been handed over to the prize-winners during the closing of the Conference on September 17, 2014.

September 17, 2014


Best presentation award at ICCVG 2012 conference      index | spis

The awards for the best presentations given by a young scientist at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2012, Warsaw, September 24-26, 2012, funded by the Association for image Processing have been granted as follows.

Award in the domain of Computer Vision

Award in the domain of Computer Graphics

Distinction in the domain of Computer Vision

The winning presentations have been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation. The award is granted to the person who presents the paper.

The award consists of a selected, recently published monograph on image processing, and a diploma. The distinction consists of a diploma. The awards have been handed over to the prize-winner during the closing of the Conference on September 26, 2012.

September 26, 2012


Best presentation award at CORES 2009 conference      index | spis

The award for the best presentations given by a young scientist at the 6th International Conference on Computer Recognition Systems CORES 2009, Paulinum Palace, Jelenia Góra, May 25-28, 2009, funded by the Association for image Processing, has been granted to:

Mr Marcin Michalak, M.Sc.
from the Silesian University of Technology, Institute of Computer Science, for the paper
Time series prediction using new adaptive kernel estimators

The winning presentation has been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation. The award is granted to the person who presents the paper.

The award consists of a selected, recently published monograph on image processing, and a diploma. The award has been handed over to the prize-winner during the closing of the Conference on May 28, 2009.

May 28, 2009


Best presentation award at ICCVG 2008 conference      index | spis

The award for the best presentations given by a young scientist at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2008, Warsaw, November 10-12, 2008, funded by the Association for image Processing, has been granted to:

Ms Saira Saleem Pathan, M.Sc.
for the paper
Geometrical and optical flow based method for facial expression recognition in color image sequences

The Authors of the paper are: Ayoub Al-Hamadi, Robert Niese, Saira Saleem Pathan, Faisal Aziz and Bernd Michaelis
Institute for Electronics, Signal Processing and Communications (IESK), Otto-von-Guericke-University, Magdeburg, Germany

The winning presentation has been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation. The award is granted to the person who presents the paper.

The award consists of a selected, recently published monograph on image processing, and a diploma. The award has been handed over to the prize-winner during the closing of the Conference on November 12, 2008.

November 12, 2008


Best paper awards at CORES 2007 conference      index | spis

Awards | Distinctions

The awards for the best paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Computer Recognition Systems CORES 2007, Wrocław, Oct 22-25, 2007, funded by the Association for Image Processing, have been granted as follows:

1st award:
J. Arturo Olvera-López
for the paper
Object selection based on clustering and border objects

The Authors of the paper are: J. Arturo Olvera-Lopez, J. Ariel Carrasco-Ochoa and J. Francisco Martines-Trinidad
National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics, Puebla, Mexico

2nd award:
Roland Kwitt
for the paper
Multi-directional multi-resolution transforms for zoom-endoscopy image classification

The Authors of the paper are: Roland Kwitt and Andreas Uhl
University of Salzburg, Department of Computer Sciences, Salzburg, Austria

3rd award:
Joanna Marnik
for the paper
The Polish finger alphabet hand postures recognition using elastic graph matching

Rzeszów University of Technology, Division of Informatics and Control, Rzeszów, Poland

Each of the awards funded by the Association consists of a scientific book on pattern recognition and related topics, selected by the prize-winner, and a diploma. (See the detailed regulations on the awards)

 

The Distinctions funded by the Sponsors of the Conference (see the www site of the Conference) have been awarded as follows:

Raquel Justo
for the paper
Different approaches to class-based language models using word segments

The Authors of the paper are: Raquel Justo and M. Inés Torres
University of the Basque Country, Department of Electricity and Electronics, Bilbao, Spain
Magdalena Topczewska
for the paper
Pattern discovery through separable data projections

The Authors of the paper are: Leon Bobrowski1, Vlodymir Mashtalir2 and Magdalena Topczewska1
1Białystok Technical University, Faculty of Computer Science, Białystok, Poland,
2Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics, Kharkov, Ukraine
Basilio Noris
for the paper
Analysis of head-mounted wireless camera videos for early diagnosis of autism

The Authors of the paper are: Basilio Noris1, Karim Benmachiche1, Julien Meynet2, Jean-Philippe Thiran2 and Aude G. Billard1
1École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Learning Algorithms and Systems Laboratory, Lausanne, Switzerland,
2École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Signal Processing Institute, Lausanne, Switzerland
Krzysztof Skabek
for the paper
Automatic merging of 3D attribute meshes

The Authors of the paper are: Krzysztof Skabek and Agnieszka Tomaka
The Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IITIS PAN), Gliwice, Poland

 

The winning papers have been selected by the Scientific Committee of the Conference.

October 29, 2007


Best presentation award at ICCVG 2006 conference      index | spis

The award for the best presentations given by a young scientist at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2006, Warsaw, September 25-27, 2006, funded by the Association for image Processing, has been granted to:

Mr Axel Panning, M.Sc.
for the paper
Toward robust face analysis method of non-cooperative persons in stereo color image sequences

The Authors of the paper are: Ayoub Al-Hamadi, Robert Niese, Axel Panning and Bernd Michaelis
Institute for Electronics, Signal Processing and Communications (IESK), Otto-von-Guericke-University, Magdeburg, Germany

The winning presentation has been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation. The award is granted to the person who presents the paper.

The award consists of a selected, recently published monograph on image processing, and a diploma. The award has been handed over to the prize-winner during the closing of the Conference on Spetember 27, 2006.

September 28, 2006


Best paper award at CORES 2005 conference      index | spis

The 1st award for the best paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Computer Recognition Systems CORES 2005, Rydzyna Castle, May 22-25, 2005, funded by the Association for Image Processing, has been awarded to

Dr Elżbieta Pękalska
for the paper
Pairwise selection of features and prototypes

The Authors of the paper are: Elżbieta Pękalska, Artsiom Harol, Carmen Lai and Robert P W Duin
Information and Communication Theory Group, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

The winning papers has been selected by the Scientific Committee of the Conference.

The 1st award, funded by the Association, consists of a selected, recently published monograph on pattern recognition, and a diploma..

The 2nd and 3rd Awards, and the Distinctions, have been granted by the Scientific Committee of the Conference (see the www site of the Conference).

May 25, 2005


Best presentation awards at ICCVG 2004 conference      index | spis

The awards and distinctions for the best presentations at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2004, Warsaw, September 22-24, 2004, funded by the Association for image Processing, have been granted to the persons who presented the papers.



The awards:
In the category of Computer Graphics:
In the category of Computer Vision:
Marcin Jędrzejewski
for the paper
Computation of Room Acoustics Using Programmable Video Hardware

The Authors of the paper are: Marcin Jędrzejewski and Krzysztof Marasek
Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology Warsaw, Poland
Sébastien Carbini
for the paper
Pointing Gesture Visual Recognition by Body Feature Detection and Tracking

The Authors of the paper are: Sébastien Carbini, Jean-Emmanuel Viallet and Olivier Bernier
France Télécom R&D/DTL/TIC, France

The distinctions (alphabetically) :
In the category of Image Processing:
Klaudia Jankowska
for the paper
Vision-Based Analysis of the Tire Footprint Shape
The Authors of the paper are: Klaudia Jankowska(1), Tomasz Krzyżyński(1) and Andreas Domscheit(2)
1Technical University of Koszalin, Poland, 2Continental AG, Germany

Bertrand Kerautret
for the paper
A Robust Approach for Shape From Shading and Photometric Stereo
The single Author of the paper is: Bertrand Kerautret
LaBRI, Université Bordeaux, France

Mohammad Shorif Uddin
for the paper
Measurement of the Length of Pedestrian Crossings through Image Processing
The Authors of the paper are: Mohammad Shorif Uddin and Tadayoshi Shioyama
Department of Mechanical and System Engineering, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan



The winning presentations have been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit submitted to the Special Session for Young Scientists, on the basis of the quality of the paper and the quality of the presentation.

The awards consist of a selected, recently published monograph on computer graphics or computer vision, respectively, and a diploma. The distinctions consist of a diploma. The awards and distinctions have been handed over to the prize-winners after the concert held for the Participants of the Conference on Spetember 22, 2004.

See the detailed regulations of the competition.

September 27, 2004


Best presentation awards at ICCVG 2002 conference      index | spis

The awards and distinctions for the best presentations at the International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG'2002, Zakopane, September 25-29, 2002, funded by the Association for image Processing, have been granted to the persons who presented the papers.



In the category of Computer Graphics:


In the category of Computer Vision:


The award:


The award:
Przemysław Kozankiewicz
Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Computer Science, Warsaw, Poland
for the paper
Reflections in 3D Warping of Ray-Traced Images
Bogdan Kwolek
Rzeszów University of Technology, Computer and Control Engineering Chair, Rzeszów, Poland,
for the paper
Pointing Arm Posture Recognizing Using Stereo Vision System


The distinctions:


The distinctions:
Rafał Mantiuk
University of Central Florida, USA, and Technical University of Szczecin, Poland
for the paper
Cube-Map Data Structure for Interactive Global Illumination Computation in Dynamic Diffuse Environments
The Authors of the paper are: Rafał Mantiuk(1,2), Sumanta Pattanaik(1) and Karol Myszkowski(3)
1University of Central Florida, USA, 2Technical University of Szczecin, Poland, 3Max-Planck Institut für Informatik, Germany

Maciej Orkisz
CREATIS, CNRS/INSERM, Lyon, France
for the paper
3D Graphical Models for Vascular-Stent Pose Simulation
The Authors of the paper are: Leonardo Flórez-Valencia(1,2), Johan Montagnat(1) and Maciej Orkisz(1)
1CREATIS, CNRS Research Unit affilated to INSERM, Lyon, France, 2Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia

Jean Sequeira
Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes, équipe LXAO, Marseille, France
for the paper
Texture Analysis Using Directional Local Extrema
The Authors of the paper are: Sébastien Mavromatis, Jean-Marc Boï, Rémy Bulot and Jean Sequeira
Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes, équipe LXAO, Marseille, France


Roger Świerczyński
Poznań University of Technology, Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications, Multimedia Communication Group, Poznań, Poland
for the paper
Fragile Watermarking Using Subband Coding





The winning presentations have been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers of the best scientific merit submitted to the Conference, on the basis of the quality of presentation of the paper.

The awards consist of a selected, recently published monograph on computer graphics or computer vision, respectively, and a diploma. The distinctions consist of a diploma.

See the detailed regulations of the competition.

October 02, 2002


Best paper award at KOSYR 2001 conference      index | spis

The award for the best paper presented at the 2nd Polish Conference on Computer Recognition Systems KOSYR 2001, Miłków n/Karpacz, May 28-31, 2001, funded by the Association for Image Processing, has been awarded to

Mr Wojciech Palacz
for the paper
Algebraic approach to designing with hierarchical hypergraphs

Mr Wojciech Palacz is with the Department of Computer Aplication in the Humanities, Institute of Computer Science at the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.

The winning paper has been selected by the members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers nominated by the Chairmen of the Sessions, on the basis of the scientific merit and quality of presentation of the paper. (Detailed regulations of the competition - in Polish.)

The award consists of a selected, recently published monograph on image processing, and a diploma..

May 31, 2001


Best paper award at GKPO 2000 conference      index | spis

The award for the best paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Image Processing GKPO 2000, Podlesice, May 15-19, 2000, funded by the Association for Image Processing, has been awarded to

Drs Michel A. Westenberg
the Ph.D. student at the Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Groningen, The Netherlands,
for the paper
X-ray volume rendering through two-stage splatting

The second author of the paper was

Prof. Jos B.T.M. Roerdink
from the same Institute.

The award amounts to 1200 PLZ.

The winning paper has been selected on May 19, 2000, by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, on the basis of the quality of presentation of the paper. (Detailed regulations of the competition - in Polish.)

The papers of the best scientific merit submitted to GKPO 2000 nominated to the award by the Programme Committee were (in alphabetical order):

The Proceedings of the Conference have been published in Machine Graphics & Vision - International Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1/2.

May 21, 2000


Best paper award at KOSYR'99 conference      index | spis

The award for the best paper presented at the 1st Polish Conference on Computer Pattern Recognition Systems KOSYR'99, Trzebeszowice, May 24-27, 1999, funded by the Association for Image Processing, has been awarded to

Mr Wojciech Tarnawski, M.Sc., Eng.
for the paper:
Algorithm of segmentation of colour images using the statistical theory of fuzzy sets

Mr Wojciech Tarnawski is with the Division of Systems and Computer Networks at the Faculty of Electronics, Wrocław University of Technology, Wrocław, Poland.

The winning paper has been selected by the members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, from the papers nominated by the Chairmen of the Sessions, on the basis of the scientific merit and quality of presentation of the paper.

The award amounts to 700 PLZ.

May 27, 1999


New conference series: Polish Conference on Pattern Recognition      index | spis

The new series of Conferences on Pattern Recognition will be launched in 1999:

I Krajowa Konferencja Naukowo-Szkoleniowa
Komputerowe Systemy Rozpoznawania
KOSYR99

Trzebieszowice, 24-27 maja 1999

The author of the idea and the main organizer is Professor Marek Kurzyński.

The information on this Confernce is available at http://www.zssk.pwr.wroc.pl/zssk/kosyr/kosyr.html.

September 23, 1998


Darmowa subskrypcja Machine Graphics & Vision  dla Członków TPO w 1998 r.      index | spis

Dla wszystkich członków zwyczajnych i wspierających TPO zamówiono subskrypcję Machine Graphics & Vision na rok 1998. Ponieważ wydawca nie dysponuje już numerem 1-2/98, subskrypcja zaczyna się od numeru 3/98. Ta subskrypcja, ufundowana przez TPO, nie dotyczy członków zawieszonych (decyzja V Walnego Zebrania).

12 listopada 1998


Free subscription to Machine Graphics & Vision  for TPO Members in 1998      index | spis

All the full and supporting members of the TPO have been subscribed to Machine Graphics & Vision for 1998. Because the editor is short of number 1-2/98, the subscription starts from the number 3/98. This subscription, founded by the TPO, does not apply to the suspended members (decision of the 5th General Meeting).

Nov 12, 1998


Best paper award at GKPO'98 conference      index | spis

The award for the best paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Image Processing GKPO'98, Borki, May 18-22, 1998, funded by the Association for Image Processing, has been awarded to

Miss Alessandra Lumini, M.Sc.

the Ph.D. student at the Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informatica e Sistemistica, Universita di Bologna, Italy.

The second author of the paper was

Prof. Dario Maio
from the DEIS - Universita di Bologna.

The winning paper has been selected by the body consisting of Programme Committee members and members of TPO Governing Board present at the Conference, on the basis of the quality of presentation of the paper.

The award amounts to 1000 PLZ.

The papers of the best scientific merit submitted to GKPO'98 nominated to the award by the Programme Committee were (in alphabetical order):

The Proceedings of the Conference have been published in Machine Graphics & Vision - International Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1/2.

May 22, 1998


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