Collaborative Conference on 3D Research (CC3DR) 2012

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With the success of the Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (3DMR) 2011 held in Jeju island, Korea, CC3DR 2012 will continue providing interdisciplinary forum for the open communication in 3D research.
3D research, the sciences and technologies for the generation, processing, and display of information in three dimensions, is where disciplines merge and where they diverge into a remarkable range of applications from entertainment to health care that touch, or will soon touch, the lives of millions.
This collaborative conference series is established to enable technological developments in the field of 3D and to further the goal of unifying 3D research in engineering, physics, materials science, chemistry, as well as psychology and neuroscience. CC3DR, as the second conference in this series, offers materials researchers the opportunity to discuss and exchange information across the frontiers in all their fields and network with scientists in 3D research for potential interdisciplinary collaborations.

CALL FOR ABSTRACT – ABSTRACT DEADLINE: April 25th, 2012!

For further information:

http://www.oaso.org/brief-introduction-of-cc3dr-2012

 

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