[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] tutorial at ISPRS Commission V event

Andreas Nuechter andreas at nuechti.de
Tue Feb 25 08:24:18 PST 2014

****** **ISPRS Technical Commission V Symposium**"Close-range imaging, 
ranging and applications"*
***** *23 - 25 June, 2014**- Riva del Garda, Italy*
***** *http://isprs-commission5.fbk.eu/ *
***** Abstract or full paper submission: *March 7th, 2014*
***** *Submission tool open*: 
***** *Travel grants available:* http://www.isprs.org/foundation/

The ISPRS Technical Commission V (http://www.commission5.isprs.org/) 
Symposium will take place in Riva del Garda (Italy) on 23-25 June, 2014.
The Symposium will feature *3 days* with plenary and parallel sessions, 
invited speakers from research and commercial domains and an exhibition 
of the most important business players in the close-range domain.

_The __*main topics*__of the Symposium are:_
- Vision metrology and industrial applications
- Cultural Heritage data acquisition and processing
- Terrestrial 3D imaging and sensors
- Algorithms and methods for terrestrial 3D modeling
- Mobile mapping and unmanned vehicle systems (UAV/RPAS) for 3D 
surveying and mapping

_*Important dates:*_
- Abstract or full paper submission: *March 7th*, 2014
- Notifications to the authors: April 25th, 2014
- Early registration: before April 30th, 2014
- Final paper submission: May 12th, 2014
- Late registration: before June 15th, 2014

_*Keynote speakers:*_
- Florent Lafarge (Titane research group, INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, 
France) - *Dense image matching and surface reconstruction: when 
photogrammetry meets computational geometry *
- Andrea Fusiello (Dept. Electrical Eng., University of Udine, Italy) - 
*Structure from motion: state of the art, examples and open issues - the 
Computer Vision perspective *
- Sven Havemann (Institute of Computer Graphics and Visualization, 
Technical University Graz, Austria) - *On shape and its semantics in BIM*
- Andreas Georgopoulos (Laboratory of Photogrammetry, National Technical 
University of Athens, Greece) - *ICT at the service of Cultural Heritage *
- Michael Wimmer (Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms, 
Technical University Vienna, Austria) - ** *Do we need the full 3D 
reconstruction pipeline? *

_*Paper submissions:
*_The submission system 
(http://meetings.copernicus.org/mtstc5_2014/contribution_management/) is 
open for:
1. *Full papers undergoing a **double-blind peer-review process *and 
published in the ISPRS International Annals of the Photogrammetry, 
Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. Paper submitted for the 
peer-review process should be at most *8 pages* in length. This kind of 
submission requires the preparation/submission of the full paper by 
March 7th, 2014. The review process will deliver its notifications by by 
April 25th, 2014 and the final paper will be required by May 12th, 2014.
2. *Extended abstracts undergoing a review process* and published in the 
ISPRS International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and 
Spatial Information Sciences. Abstracts should be at least 1 page in 
length, possibly with images, and should be submitted by March 7th, 
2014. If the abstract is accepted (notification by April 25th, 2014), a 
full paper will be required by May 12th, 2014.

_*Tutorials*__(on Sunday 22nd)__*:*_
1) 3D Toolkit for 3D point clouds processing - by A. Nuechter
2) Point cloud processing from close-range topographic LiDAR instruments 
for vegetation object analysis - by M. Rutzinger
3) Hands on NUBES - a web-based platform for visualizing and access 
large 3D models - by L. De Luca
4) Structure-from-Motion solutions for heritage 3D documentation: pros 
and cons, issues and solutions - by G. Verhoeven

_*Travel grants*__*
*_The ISPRS Foundation offers travel grants to young researchers willing 
to participate in the Commission V Symposium.
Application forms are available at http://www.isprs.org/foundation/ with 
*deadline MAY 5th*.

Best regards,
Fabio Remondino & Fabio Menna

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