[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Final CfP: RSS 2015 3rd Workshop on Multi VIew Geometry in RObotics (MVIGRO)

Luca Carlone lcarlone6 at mail.gatech.edu
Thu May 7 07:14:41 PDT 2015

Call for Papers - RSS 2015 3rd Workshop on Multi VIew Geometry in RObotics (MVIGRO)
July 16, 2015, Rome
Website: http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/ <http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/>


Following up on the success and the broad participation in MVIGRO 2014 <http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/MVIGRO2014/index.html> and 2013 <http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/MVIGRO2013/index.html>, this workshop brings together researchers from the robotics and computer vision communities to discuss recent advances in multiple view geometry with application to robotics. Multi-view geometry plays a key role in many areas of robotics and ongoing research includes different fields such as active single and multi-robot SLAM, visual servoing and control, surveillance, robust perception, indoor and outdoor vision-aided navigation, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), cooperative localization, detection of moving objects and operation in dynamic environments. While the research field witnessed a proliferation of excellent contributions and working solutions, some challenges still stand on the way to fully autonomous robots. Examples of these challenges are long-term robust operation (e.g. autonomous driving), ability to deal with dynamic, deformable, and cluttered environments (e.g., robot-assisted surgery or navigation in human populated environments), high level scene understanding (e.g., object recognition and track- ing), and autonomous decision making under uncertainty. Harnessing the full potential of multiple view geometry can address these challenges, enhancing the societal impact of robotics. 

This workshop aims to bring forward the latest breakthroughs and cutting-edge research on multiple view geometry in robotics, as well as discuss challenges and future research directions.


- Joint inference and control (active SLAM, next best view problem, belief space planning)
- Multi-robot collaborative state estimation (collaborative localization, distributed mapping)
- New sensing modalities (event-based dynamic vision sensor)
- Indoor and outdoor vision aided navigation (visual inertial navigation, visual odometry)
- Robust inference (robustness to outliers and sensor degradation and failure)
- Visual servoing and control
- Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)
- Detection of moving objects and operation in dynamic environments


Submission Due: May 20, 2015
Acceptance Notification: June 20, 2015
Camera Ready Papers Due: July 1, 2015
Workshop: July 16, 2015


Participants are invited to submit papers presenting new or ongoing research. Papers will be reviewed by the program committee and should be submitted as PDF files (maximum 6 pages) in RSS regular paper format. Multimedia demonstrations are encouraged, but should not exceed 5 MB.  

Please submit your manuscript at: 
https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/MVIGRO2015/ <https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/MVIGRO2015/>


Vadim Indelman (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)
Luca Carlone (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Frank Dellaert (Georgia Institute of Technology)


Andrea Censi, MIT
Stergios I. Roumeliotis, University of Minnesota (to be confirmed)
Geoffrey Hollinger, Oregon State University


The workshop will include three invited talks, as well as oral presentations of contributed papers.

Workshop schedule will be soon published at:
http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/program.html <http://vindelman.technion.ac.il/events/mvigro/program.html>


Javier Civera, University of Zaragoza 
Andrea Censi, MIT 
Davide Scaramuzza, UZH
Pablo Alcantarilla, Toshiba Research Cambridge 
Stergios Roumeliotis, University of Minnesota 
Michael Kaess, CMU 
Cyrill Stachniss, University of Freiburg 
Gonzalo Lopez-Nicolas, University of Zaragoza 
Ilan Shimshoni, Haifa University 
Cédric Pradalier, Georgia-Tech Lorraine 
Youcef Mezouar, Institut Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand 
Alberto Ruiz, University of Murcia 
Patrick Rives, INRIA
Anastasios Mourikis, University of California, Riverside
Gabe Sibley, University of Colorado


Please contact Vadim Indelman ( <mailto:vadim.indelman at technion.ac.il>vadim.indelman at technion.ac <mailto:vadim.indelman at technion.ac>.il), Luca Carlone (luca.carlone at gatech.edu <mailto:luca.carlone at gatech.edu>) and Frank Dellaert (dellaert at cc.gatech.edu <mailto:dellaert at cc.gatech.edu>) with any questions.

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