The first 3DCVIA (3D Computer Vision and Image Analysis Workshop) will be held in Rennes on the 8-9-10 July 2015. The workshop will offer a full day tutorial on 3D from 2D Images on the 8th July including keynotes from prominent researchers in relevant areas, lecture notes and code. The 9th and 10th July will feature keynotes, oral and poster presentations from accepted submissions. 3DCVIA will accept submissions on all aspects of Computer Vision, Image Processing, Visualisation, Virtual and Artificial Reality, Artificial Life, Embedded Systems and Robotics with an emphasis on practical applications involving 3D vision at large.
If you have a new idea or some interesting results in any area related to 3D computer vision and image analysis, then consider submitting a paper to 3DCVIA 2015!
|Automated visual surveillance|
Enhancement of video and still images
Feature detection and feature extraction
Geometric algebra in vision
Image compression and coding
Image analysis and understanding
Motion tracking and analysis
Pattern recognition, clustering, and classification
Shape recovery from multiple images
Submissions must be complete manuscripts of 4-6 pages in double column format, and should be submitted as PDF files. LaTeX and Word templates may be downloaded from: http://www.ivs.auckland.ac.nz/3dcvial5
The conference will consist of a mix of oral and poster sessions. No distinction will be made between the two types of presentation in the proceedings.
Fees: Academics 300 Euros, Students 150 Euros (includes morning/afternoon tea and lunches)
INSA Rennes 20 Euros per night