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Call for Papers: ICCV09 Workshop on Video-Oriented Object and Event Classification (VOEC'09)

From: Shuicheng Yan <shuicheng.nus@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 21:12:30 +0800
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*Call For Papers:*

ICCV09 Workshop on Video-Oriented Object and Event Classification (VOEC'09)

*http://www.lv-nus.org/voec09/index.html*



Techniques for video oriented object and event classification have attracted
much attention owing to the great potentials in surveillance, video
summarization, video semantic understanding and search, advertisement,
robotics, and human computer interface. Recent rapid advances have paved
roads for video-oriented object and event recognition. However, there still
exist many key issues unsolved, e.g. How to design effective and efficient
features dedicated to video data? How to manage large-scale video database?
How to handle low-quality videos? How to preserve privacy in surveillance
application? The main purpose of this one day workshop is to provide a forum
for researchers to discuss the latest progress in video based object and
event classification, and also provide a platform for researchers to
understand the main challenges and key issues in this area.



*Original high-quality papers are solicited on topics including, but not
limited to*



1.      Feature design for video-based object and event classification

2.      Machine learning techniques for video-based object and event
classification

3.      Video-based biometric (e.g. face, gesture, gait, etc)

4.      Video-based object detection (e.g. human, car, etc)

5.      Motion analysis in video (e.g. motion segmentation, structure from
motion, etc)

6.      Action, activity, and event classification in videos

7.      Techniques for large-scale video analysis

8.      Techniques for low-quality video analysis (e.g. super-resolution,
video stabilization, etc)

9.      Techniques for extracting semantics yet preserving privacy (e.g.
blind vision middleware)

10.     Other video based applications



*Important Dates:*



1.      Paper Submission: May 20, 2009

2.      Notification of Acceptance: July 01, 2009

3.      Camera-ready Version: July 14, 2009

4.      Workshop Date: September 28, 2009



*Advisory Board:*

* *

     Thomas Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

     Dimitris N. Metaxas, Rutgers University, USA

     Xiaoou Tang, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

     Songde Ma, National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition, Chinese Academy
of Sciences, China



*Workshop Co-Chairs:*



     Shuicheng Yan, National University of Singapore, Singapore

     Qingshan Liu, Rutgers University, USA

     Changsheng Xu, National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, China



*Web Co-Chair:*

* *

     Ju Sun, National University of Singapore, Singapore.



*Best Paper Award:*



The best paper award sponsored by IBM is set up to encourage submission of
high-quality papers on related research.



*Program Committee:  (sorted alphabetically by last name)*



     Prof. Shih-Fu Chang, Columbia University, USA

     Prof. Rama Chellappa, University of Maryland, USA

     Prof. Tat-Seng Chua, National University of Singapore, Singapore

     Prof. James W. Davis, Ohio State University, USA

     Dr. Yun Fu, BBN Technologies, USA

     Prof. Tony Han, University of Missouri, USA

     Prof. Fei-Fei Li, Princeton University, USA

     Prof. Stan Li, NLPR, China

     Prof. Xuelong Li, University of London, UK

     Prof. Zhu Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK

     Dr. Zhicheng Liu, Microsoft Research, USA

     Dr. Jiebo Luo, Kodak, USA

     Dr. Fatih Porikli, MERL, USA

     Prof. Dan Schonfeld, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

     Dr. Ying Shan, Microsoft Research, USA

     Prof. Ming-Hsuan Yang, University of California at Merced, USA
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