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15 June 2006

Acknowledgments  and Announcement 

First of all, IADAT would sincerely like to thank you all for your attendance and/or collaboration by presenting papers during this first cycle of Conferences focused on “Innovation, Technology and Research”.

The First International Conference Multimedia, Image Processing and Computer Vision was held from 30th March  to April 1st,  2005  in Madrid, Spain. The fact that in each of the Conferences held there have always participated representatives from more than 23 countries is a clear evidence of the International Scope of the Conferences, which is continuously growing.


International Conference on Automation, Control and Instrumentation

SPAIN, February, 2005


International Conference on Multimedia, Image Processing and Computer Vision

SPAIN, April, 2005


International Conference on Education

FRANCE, July, 2005


International Conference on Telecommunications and Computer Networks

UNITED KINGDOM, September, 2005

IADAT-micv2006 Announcement 

New Submission Deadline

15 June 2006

IADAT-micv2006 Conference  is organized by the International Association for the Development of Advances in Technology - IADAT. In order to achieve IADAT main objectives, namely "to bring together Universities, Research Institution and Industry, and also to promote collaboration and foster cooperation", IADAT announces its 2nd Conference  on Multimedia, Image Processing and Computer Vision, focused  on "Innovation, Technology and Research ". This conference will be held in Seville (SPAIN) from 13th to 15th September, 2006, at The Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre, FIBES.

The Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre, FIBES.

Main  purpose

The main goal of the IADAT-micv2006 Conference is  to provide an international forum  for researchers,  professors, educational scientists and technologists in all areas of  in all areas of  Multimedia, Image Processing and Compouter Vision. This conference will  provide an excellent opportunity   to  present, demonstrate and discuss research, development, applications, and  the latest  innovations and results  in these  technologies.

The increasing and rapid advance of technology implies continuous changes that affect to the professionals in education. The IADAT-micv2006 Conference is a unique opportunity for the dissemination of the "state-of-the-art" and exploring  the future of  Multimedia, Image Processing and Computer Vision in the field of the Higher Education and Industry. 

Who should Attend ?

Researchers,  professors, educational scientists and technologists of all areas of  Multimedia, Image Processing and Computer Vision are invited to present results based on  innovations, research and technologies applied to both theoretical  and practical teaching in Education and Industrial Applications.

Presentation Format

Authors are invited to submit  original  papers  for Conference presentations under any of the following categories: academic papers, poster presentations industrial applications. Submissions will be made online at the Conference web site. 

All accepted  abstracts shall  be  published  in  the  printed Proceedings  of  Papers  , each paper shall be included in the conference programme and published in the Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Selected papers from IADAT-micv2006 will appear in a Issue of the IADAT Journal of Advanced Technology (ISSN 1698-1073).



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Seville, considered one of the great European cities with regards to an urban setting that blends with surrounding rural communities, is today the best communicated city in Spain. Endowed and strategically situated, Seville is the last great metroplis of Southern Europe.

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