Prof. Jean-Charles Pinoli will organise the next QCAV in 2011 in Saint-Etienne/France.
Best Paper Awards
The Best Paper for PhD-Students goes to Yann Sebastian Armand for his paper:
Electronic components pin coplanarity detection from specularity by light source rotation.
A simple but efficient optical approach.
The Best Paper for Industrial Applications goes to Martin Tratnig for his paper:
An Optical Character Recognition and Position Measurement System for the Control of Rail-based Slag-Cars at Blast Furnaces.
A reliable machine vision solution within a harsh industrial environment.