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2015 Conference Best Paper Award for Industry

The Conference Best Paper Award for Industry recognizes author(s) of an ICIP and ICASSP/GlobalSIP paper of exceptional industrial merit and industrial impact dealing with a subject related to the Society’s technical scope. To be eligible for consideration, the paper must have been submitted to ICIP or ICASSP/GlobalSIP.

The Conference Best Paper Award for Industry is being presented for the first time to Lingfei Meng and Kathrin Berkner for their paper titled, "Parallax Rectification for Spectrally-Coded Plenoptic Cameras", 2015 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP).

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