[robotics-worldwide] The International Workshop on Point Cloud Processing (with CVPR 2012)

Philippos Mordohai Philippos.Mordohai at stevens.edu
Sun May 13 18:35:29 PDT 2012


Call for Participation:
The International Workshop on Point Cloud Processing 
(http://www-sop.inria.fr/manifestations/pcp2012/)

Location: Providence, RI, USA, in conjunction with CVPR 2012
Date: Saturday, June 16th

The organizers invite you to attend the International Workshop on Point 
Cloud Processing. Modern high-performance 3D sensors, such as the Kinect 
and the Velodyne for indoor and outdoor environments respectively, have 
recently become standard elements of robotic platforms. Effective use of 
the point clouds produced by these sensors requires new tools for 
registration, feature extraction, segmentation and recognition, as well 
as techniques for addressing issues due to the large scale of the data. 
This full-day workshop provides an opportunity for robotics 
practitioners to interact with computer vision researchers, observe and 
discuss the latest technology in this area. The technical program 
comprises ten refereed paper presentations, a demo and poster session 
and three keynote presentations by:

* Katsushi Ikeuchi, The University of Tokyo : Cloud museum and e-Heritage

* Jean-Philippe Pons, Acute3D : Urban and architectural reconstruction: 
computational geometry can help

* Radu B. Rusu, Michael Dixon, Suat Gedikli and Patrick Mihelich, Willow 
Garage : Advanced 3D Image Processing with Point Cloud Library


SCHEDULE

Oral session 1 (9:00 - 10:00)
- Online Facade Reconstruction from Dominant Frequencies in Structured 
Point Clouds - Sam Friedman and Ioannis Stamos
- Road network extraction from airborne LiDAR data using scene context - 
Jiaping Zhao and Suya You
- Detection of windows in point clouds of urban scenes - Agis 
Mesolongitis and Ioannis Stamos

Coffee break (10:00 - 10:25)

Keynote 1 (10:25 - 11:10)
Jean-Philippe Pons, Acute3D : Urban and architectural reconstruction: 
computational geometry can help

Oral session 2 (11:10 - 12:10)
- Shape Matching of Repeatable Interest Segments in 3D Point Clouds - 
Joseph Lam and Michael Greenspan
- Automatic Registration of Mobile LiDAR and Spherical Panoramas - 
Ruisheng Wang, Frank Ferrie and Jane Macfarlane
- Point Cloud Matching based on 3D Self-Similarity - Jing Huang and Suya You

Poster and Demo spotlights (12:10 - 12:30)

Oral session 3 (1:30 - 2:10)
- Simultaneous Image Segmentation and 3D Plane Fitting for RGB-D Sensors 
- An Iterative Framework - Li Guan, Ting Yu, Peter Tu and Ser-Nam Lim
- 3D Landmark Model Discovery from a Registered Set of Organic Shapes - 
Clement Creusot, Nick Pears and Jim Austin

Keynote 2 (2:15 - 3:00)
Katsushi Ikeuchi, The University of Tokyo : Cloud museum and e-Heritage


Oral session 4 (3:30 - 4:10)
- Filling Large Holes in LiDAR Data By Inpainting Depth Gradients - 
David Doria and Richard Radke
- Similarity based filtering of point clouds - Julie Digne

Keynote 3 (4:10 - 4:55)
Radu B. Rusu, Michael Dixon, Suat Gedikli and Patrick Mihelich, Willow 
Garage : Advanced 3D Image Processing with Point Cloud Library

Demos and Posters (4:55 - 6:30)

Confirmed Demos
- Urban and architectural reconstruction: computational geometry can 
help - Jean-Philippe Pons
- PCL and ParaView-Connecting the Dots - Pat Marion, Roland Kwitt, Brad 
Davis and Michael Gschwandtner
- Ascending Stairway modeling Live demo: Toward autonomous multi-floor 
exploration - Jeffrey A. Delmerico, Jason J. Corso, David Baran, Philip 
David, and Julian Ryde
- Real-time quadric fitting for point cloud parametrization using 
particle convergence - Karthik Mahesh Varadarajan and Markus Vincze

Confirmed Posters
- Shape Estimation from 3D Point Clouds - Jingyong Su, Anuj Srivastava 
and Fred Huffer
- The Difference of Normals as a Scale Operator in 3D Point Clouds - 
Yani Ioannou, Babak Taati, Robin Harrap and Michael Greenspan
- Online scene analysis from streaming Lidar - Hanzhang Hu, Daniel 
Munoz, J. Andrew Bagnell and Martial Hebert
- Interactive Segmentation, Tracking, and Kinematic Modeling of Unknown 
Articulated Objects - Dov Katz, Moslem Kazemi, J. Andrew Bagnell and 
Anthony Stentz



For more details, please see the workshop website at 
http://www-sop.inria.fr/manifestations/pcp2012/

Martial Hebert, Florent Lafarge and Philippos Mordohai



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