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Wednesday, December 7th, 2005, 11:09 am

Third IEEE Submission

OVER at the Computer Vision Digest, I recently mentioned the IEEE in the context of RSS feeds for journals. It is most pleasant to see RSS feeds penetrating even the world of academia, which usually lags behind in terms of state-of-the-art anything. The IEEE makes the admirable exception, as always.

Several weeks ago I also mentioned my two submissions to IEEE conferences, as well as two other successes. Everything seems to have settled on the right route, which grants me a quick Ph.D. at the age of 24. This was by no means easy for me; I will not pretend it has ever been the case. The first year was sluggish and unpromising. As a matter fact, I was warranted (or rather warned about) a difficult program with potentially rewarding outcomes. This warning was raised on the very first week, as soon as I joined the Division.

MIAS-IRC 2004 AbstractNowadays I work on my submission to an IEEE journal, namely Transactions in Medical Imaging. I must admit that their LATEX templates have been made simple to use — something which I am very pleased with because I am TEX-illiterate ( I normally use LyX as a front-end). We are aiming for the special issue on validation.

NB: because this item will be of little interest to many, I have just added a new category aptly named “Personal” and assigned this item to it. If you wish to subscribe to just a few particular topics, see the feeds page where a broader category breakdown gets listed. I still try hard not to ‘noisify’ the blog with personal chit-chats and raves.

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