The fourth Marine Imaging Workshop will be held from 3rd to 6th of October in Brest, France, with both on-site and online attendance available.

The international Marine Imaging Workshops assemble around 100 scientists and engineers from different disciplines to push the boundaries of marine imaging. Biologists, ecologists, computer scientists, end-users and stakeholders discuss the methods and procedures for optimising the ways we harvest information through images. Topics cover everything from the start to finish of marine image analysis: acquisition planning, image collection, processing of images prior to annotation, still/video annotation, the future of annotation, FAIR image data management and much more.

The website of the workshop has been recently updated with the opening of the registrations, the launch of the travel grants for students and the photo competition.

The early bird deadline is August 25 and guidelines for presenters are available here.

The program is being defined and will be updated gradually. In particular, information on Wednesday’s hands-on sessions will come after the summer break.

The organizing team finally is pleased to announce the talks of two amazing keynotes: Dr Edie Widder and Prof. Chris Lintott!

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