The fourth edition of CEDIC was held March 6th-8th, 2015. CEDIC is short for “Central European Deepsky Imaging Conference”: as its name suggests, it is a very specialized conference devoted to deepsky imaging and related topics: imaging and processing techniques, equipment, special use cases, etc. This conference saw the participation of a number of amateur astronomers from, some of whom are really top-notch, and some equipment dealers who also sponsored the event.
he conference took place in Linz, Austria, in the “Ars Electronica Center” (http://www.aec.at/), a futuristic-looking building located along the banks of the Danube river, at about 1 km from the city center and 2 km from the main railway station. The AEC hosts a permanent multimedia exhibition and is equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia equipment. The “Deep Space” multimedia room, in particular, is big enough to host the plenary sessions, and can boast an array of 4K digital video projectors for 3D multimedia presentations.