IASIM | International Association for Spectral Imaging


Expanding and Sharing Knowledge Throughout the Spectral Imaging Community

Abstract submission deadlines extended:
Oral presentations – 15 July; Posters 31 July

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The International Association for Spectral Imaging (IASIM) invites you to IASIM-12, the fourth IASIM conference in spectral imaging. The objective of IASIM is to provide a unified open and interactive forum for the exchange of information and ideas within the general spectral imaging community, regardless of the image spectral range (ultraviolet, visible, near mid, or far infrared, or mass spectrometry) or spatial range (microscopic, macroscopic, remote sensing). This year the IASIM-12 meeting will be split into two separate but related meetings, a truly interactive hands-on workshop (Hyperfest), and a scientific conference. Both events begin with an evening social program only on the first night:

IASIM Hyperfest Workshop
September 9 – 12, 2012

Join colleagues for three days of intensive hands-on interactive number-crunching in a relaxing picturesque remote location of Latvia! International analysis experts will present general research topics, followed by individual and group activities with real hyperspectral data. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

• Federico Marini – Multivariate Classification
• Anna de Juan – Multivariate Curve Resolution
• James Burger – Exploratory Image Analysis
• Jeremy Shaver – Image De-cluttering and Texture Analysis

Bring your laptops and data and join in this unique opportunity to share analysis techniques and algorithms from all sectors of the spectral imaging community. This workshop is open to beginners and experts in all aspects of spectral image analysis.

IASIM Scientific Conference September 12 – 14, 2012

This IASIM meeting will include two full days of scientific sessions covering all aspects of spectral imaging. Oral and poster presentations are invited on any facet of spectral imaging research. A partial list of possible topics includes:

• Imaging instrumentation
• Spatial / Spectral analysis algorithms
• Feature identification or quantification
• Real-time image processing
• Data compression and transformation
• Multispectral / Hyperspectral applications

Technical sessions will include presentations by invited speakers & opponents, short individual presentations, and panel discussions from members of the imaging community.

This two day scientific conference will be held in the Latvian beach resort area of Jurmala.