The 19th CVWW 2014 is the annual meeting formed around four groups: the Pattern Recognition and Image Processing Group, TU Wien, the Computer Vision Lab of the University of Ljubljana, the Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, TU Graz, and the Center for Machine Perception of the Czech Technical University in Prague. The basic goal of the workshop is to communicate fresh ideas within the four groups, and provide conference experience to PhD students. However, the workshop is open to everyone.
The CVWW 2014 is organised by the Center of Machine Perception at CTU Prague.
The time limit for each oral presentation is 15 minutes for the presentation + 5 minutes for the discussion and questions.
The suggested size of the poster is A0, portrait orientation (84 cm wide x 119 cm high). However, there is no strict size limit.
Each poster in CVWW’2014 will also have a spotlight presentation. Each spotlight presenter will give a short (60-second limit) elevator pitch to advertise his/her poster. Note that the intention of the spotlights is to draw people's attention to the posters and are NOT meant to be mini-talks. Each presenter should create a single Powerpoint slide with highlights of their poster using the following template:
Transportation information is available on the webpage.
A preliminary version of the program is available on the webpage.
The decision process for CVWW 2014 has ended. We have received 33 papers, of which 20 were accepted for oral presentation, 8 for poster presentation and 5 were rejected. The deadline for camera ready submission is January 19th, 2014 . Instructions for submitting camera ready publications are available here.
The registration for CVWW 2014 is opened. If you plan to attend the workshop you can follow the instructions here.
Due to numerous requests we have decided to extend the deadline for paper submission. The extended deadline is 18th of December at 23:59 CET.
On behalf of the workshop chairs and the Center for Machine Perception, Czech Technical University in Prague, we invite you to participate in the 19th Computer Vision Winter Workshop. The workshop will take place in Krtiny, Czech Republic, from February 3rd to 5th, 2014.
The full Call for Papers poster can be downloaded here .
Prof. Dr. Helmut Pottmann
Director, Geometric Modeling and Scientific Visualization Research Center
Named Professor, Applied Mathematics and Computational Science
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Title: Shape Space Exploration
INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt, France
Title: Recent trends and future challenges in action recognition
Abstract: This talk will overview recent progress and open challenges in human action recognition. Specifically, I will focus on the three problems of (i) action representation in video, (ii) weakly-supervised action learning and (iii) ambiguity of action vocabulary. To the first problem, I will overview local feature methods providing state-of-the-art results on current action recognition benchmarks. Motivated by the difficulty of large-scale video annotation, I will next present our recent work on weakly-supervised action learning from video and corresponding video scripts. I will finish by highlighting limitations of the standard action classification paradigm and will show some of our work addressing this problem.
European Commission, DG CONNECT, Head of Unit A2 - Robotics, Luxembourg
Title: EU-funded activities in cognitive systems and robotics in Horizon 2020: from research to innovation
Libor Kral has had a new job at Eurostat since February 1, 2014 and cannot come.
|Deadline for Paper Submission||18th December, 2013, 23:59 CET|
|Acceptance Notification||12th January, 2014|
|Camera-ready Paper Submission||19th January, 2014, 23:59 CET|
|Workshop||3-5th February, 2014|
The workshop will take place in Krtiny, Czech Republic, from February 3rd to 5th, 2014. Chateau Krtiny is situated in the village of the same name Krtiny. Today's township Krtiny is located northeast of Brno in the picturesque landscape of the Moravian Karst. The first surviving mentions of Krtiny come from the 13th century.