Prizes will be awarded for the best student papers in the domain of "extreme imaging". This is NOT a photography competition. It is for supervised research in the domain of imaging science, including photography and videography. Example topics might include imaging at unusual wavelengths, ultra-fast photography, imaging in difficult environments or imaging innovation addressing social or environmental issues.
Prizes will be awarded in two categories*, as shown in the following table:
*Full terms and conditions are described in the the entry form.
The competition is open to any student, from any discipline of any university or similar tertiary institution in Australia or New Zealand. Entrants must be currently affiliated with a tertiary institution. Students who submitted PhDs in 2015 are eligible.
All DICTA papers where the majority of the work is by tertiary students are automatically eligible. Declarations of student contribution are made during DICTA submission through the DICTA website.
Students studying in Australia or New Zealand are invited to submit papers recently published (in 2014 or 2015) in any journal or conference.
Winners of the Open Category will be invited to give presentations in a focal session at DICTA between 23-25 November 2015 in Adelaide.
Entries will be judged by a panel of CiSRA researchers. Short-listed candidates may be required to produce further information or to make themselves available for an interview. Judging criteria are:
The deadline for submission to the DICTA Category is 29 June 2015.
The deadline for submission to the Open Category is 9am AEST,
Contact the Extreme Imaging team: