[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] ICVS 2015 - Call for Workshops and Tutorials

Renaud Detry renaud.detry at ulg.ac.be
Wed Dec 3 08:21:44 PST 2014


The International Conference on Computer Vision Systems (ICVS) aims to
gather researchers and developers from both academia and industry
worldwide and to explore the state of the art and the prospects of
vision systems.

ICVS 2015 will be held in central Copenhagen on July 6–9
(http://icvs2015.aau.dk). The organizers warmly invite proposals for
half-day workshops and tutorials. Workshops and tutorials will be held
after the main conference, on Thursday July 9 2015, at the same venue
as the conference. The primary criteria for selection are the
anticipated level of interest, the potential impact, and the confirmed
invited speakers.

We encourage submissions related to (but not limited to)

- Building Vision Systems: Paradigms, architectures, integration,
- Vision Systems Applications: Systems deployed in real/realistic
- Real-Time Vision Systems
- Robot Vision
- Mobile and Wearable Vision Systems
- Hardware-Implemented Vision Systems
- Vision for the Real World: Robustness, learning, adaptability,
  self-assessment, failure recovery
- Vision for Action: Robotics, perception-action loops
- Vision in Context: Context awareness, knowledge representations,
  reasoning, goal specification
- Biological Vision: Computer vision inspired by biology or psychology
- Cognitive Vision Systems
- Human-computer interaction: Monitoring, supervised learning, scene
- Human-Robot Collaboration: Gesture recognition, scene understanding
- Performance Evaluation: benchmarks, methods and metrics

For workshops, a one-page proposal is required and should consist of
the following elements:

1. Title.

2. Organizers (Names, affiliations, emails), specifying one
   corresponding organizer.

3. Workshop description. 500 words maximum. Includes motivations for
   the workshop, the names of invited speakers (if any), paper
   submission plan (dates, paper length, ..), etc.

For tutorials, a one-page proposal is required and should consist of
the following elements:

1. Title

2. Presenters (short biography of each)

3. Table of contents

4. Suggested format (lecturing/interactive)

Workshop/tutorial Proposal must be submitted in PDF format to icvs2015
[AT] aau [DOT] dk (Subject: Workshop/Tutorial Proposal) by March 15,

We look forward to hosting your workshop/tutorial at ICVS 2015.

ICVS 2015 Workshop and Tutorial Chairs:
Renaud Detry, University of Liege, Belgium
Dima Damen, University of Bristol, UK

ICVS 2015 General Chairs:
Lazaros Nalpantidis, Aalborg University, Denmark
Volker Krüger, Aalborg University, Denmark

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