We are very happy to announce that the Colour and Visual Computing Symposium 2022 (CVCS 2022) will take place in Gjøvik, Norway, on 8-9 September 2022. This will be the 11th time that The Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) organizes such an event. This edition of the symposium follows up on the success achieved by the previous runs, of the biannual Gjøvik Colour Imaging Symposium (GCIS), from 2003 to 2011, and CVCS 2013, CVCS 2015, CVCS 2018 and CVCS 2020. The symposium has attracted a growing number of participants and provided a platform for fruitful discussions and exploration of recent theoretical advances and emerging practical applications of colour and visual information processing.

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Karl R Gegenfurtner Head of the DFG Collaborative Research Center TRR 135 and professor in Psychology at Giessen University
Color vision for objects
Robert Jenssen Director of SFI Visual Intelligence and professor at UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Visual Intelligence for medical image analysis

Sebastian Bosse Head of Interactive & Cognitive Systems Group at Fraunhofer HHI – Heinrich Hertz Institute

Neural approaches to visual quality estimation

William Smith Reader in Computer Vision, Department of Computer Science University of York, United Kingdom

Self-supervised Inverse Rendering