Important Dates
Call for Papers 13 December 2019
Final Manuscripts Due
28 February 2020
Hotel Reservations
TBD
Early Registration Ends 7 March 2020
Conference Begins
6-7 April 2020

Sponsors/Partners

Committee

General Chair:
Javier Vázquez Corral
Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

Steering Committee
Michael Brown
York University (Canada)
Graham Finlayson
University of East Anglia (UK)
Susan Farnand
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rafal Mantiuk
University of Cambridge (UK)

  About the Conference

The London Imaging Meeting (LIM) is a new yearly topic-based conference in imaging science being launched in 2020. The theme of the first conference is “Future Colour Imaging”. It seeks to attract and present new papers in the area of colour imaging especially those which will lead and seed future research directions. The conference programme also includes a keynote presentation and evening talk.

Confirmed Keynote and Focal Talks
Keynote Talks
6 April: Laurence Maloney (professor, NYU)
7 April: Felix Heide (professor, Princeton)

Focal Talks
Visual Computing: Jon Hardeberg (professor, NNTU)
Colour Science: Ronnier Luo (professor, Zheijiang)
CV and ML: Raimondo Schettini (professor, Milano-Bicocca)
Perception: Hannah Smithson (professor, Oxford)
3D Printing: Philipp Urban (professor, Fraunhofer)

Venue

The conference will take place over two days at the Institute of Physics in London, 6-7 April 2020. To facilitate easy travel to and from the conference, the technical programme begins mid-morning on the 6th and finishes late afternoon on the 7th (only a single night needs to be spent in London).

LIM 2021

As well as soliciting new research papers in this year’s topic area, we would also like to hear from colleagues/groups who would like to suggest a topic of interest for the theme of next year’s London Imaging Meeting.

  Call for Papers


Program Topics

Authors are invited to submit short-papers describing original work in technical areas related to colour imaging. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • colour science
  • human colour perception
  • physics-based computer vision
  • illumination
  • image reproduction. 

In their papers we encourage authors to speculate on how their research ideas will impact on the field in the future.

We encourage submissions from scientists and engineers, as well as practitioners and graduate students.

  Peer Review Process and Publication

All submitted proposals are peer reviewed by the program committee to assure that the program provides significant, timely, and authoritative information. All papers presented at LIM 2020 are published in the conference proceedings, indexed with various services, filed with the US Library of Congress, and made available as downloadable PDFs through the IS&T Digital Library. Papers presented at the conference should be authoritative and complete in regard to advancing the state of knowledge in the areas of color imaging. The conference language is English

 How to Submit

Prospective authors are encouraged to review all the details below

Submit via: https://openconf.org/LIM2020/openconf.php
Submission Deadline: 13 December 2019
Submission Format:  4 page draft paper
Submission Template (MS-Word)
Submission Template (LaTex)

  • Clearly identify the technical content of the paper, including how the material is new or distinct from previously presented/published work on the same topic. We also encourage authors to speculate on how their research ideas will impact on the field in the future.
  • List author and all co-authors with a maximum 50-word bio for each.
  • Provide complete contact info (address, phone, e-mail) for the primary author, and indicate the format preference (oral or poster).

Final decisions on acceptance and presentation format (oral or interactive paper) are at the discretion of the Technical Program Committee. Notices of acceptance will be sent out 17 January 2020. Upon notice of acceptance, authors are sent detailed instructions for submitting the full text of the paper for publication in the conference proceedings, including forms for “transfer of copyright.” Please note that each author is responsible for obtaining appropriate clearance as necessary.

Questions?  Contact us at London@imaging.org

Final papers are due 28 February 2020.