Machine Vision

5th European Machine Vision Forum: Call for Papers Started

Focal Topic of the 5th Forum: Accuracy, Reliability and Limits of Machine Vision

14.06.2022 - The European Machine Vision Association EMVA is calling on researchers and developers to contribute to the 5th European Machine Vision Forum.

For this purpose, all interested parties can submit their research results and product developments in the form of an abstract to be presented as a talk or poster at the event.

This year's European Machine Vision Forum will be held in Cork, Ireland, on October 27-28, 2022. It was launched by the EMVA year 2016 and aims to bring machine vision together with academic research.

Those wishing to submit their abstract can do so via the European Machine Vision Forum online tool no later than June 30, 2022. All submissions will be reviewed by the Forum's joint Scientific and Industrial Advisory Board and all those who have submitted an article.

Contact

EMVA European Machine Vision Association

Gran Via de Carles III, 84 (3rd floor)
08028 Barcelona
Spain

+34 931 80 70 60
+34 931 80 70 60

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