Welcome to the June edition of the PAMI-TC newsletter
This month's topics include:
1. Motions to be voted on at CVPR 2014
2. Call for Papers: WACV 2015
3. Call for Papers: ECCV 2014 Workshops
4. Call for Papers: ACCV 2014
5. IEEE CSVT Newsletter
Only one bid for CVPR17 was received by the deadline, and the TC Conference Committee declined to put forward an alternative bid. The winning bid is available at http://goo.gl/PJ8ScC. The venue is not yet fixed, and will be the subject of an informal poll at CVPR14 to obtain community input.
The following 4 motions will be voted on electronically. There will be a discussion at the TC meeting on Wednesday June 25, after which voting will open, with results announced the next day.
1. (Proposed by Andrew Zisserman) General chairs are permitted to submit papers to CVPR, but only if the program chairs guarantee that the general chairs will have the exact same access and software privileges regarding the reviewing process that are available to every author.
2. (Proposed by Gang Hua) It is strongly recommended that CVPR publish, for each accepted paper, the reviews, meta-reviews and author rebuttals in anonymous format. This information should be made publicly available in the CVF archive of CVPR papers.
3. (Proposed by Ramin Zabih) A CVPR submission whose authors can only be identified with the aid of external information, such as web search, is not in violation of the "double blind" policy.
4. (Proposed by Ramin Zabih) The revised CVPR charter is hereby adopted.
The revised CVPR charter is available at http://goo.gl/Hzeu2h. The PAMI TC is now operating under a new set of bylaws, available at http://goo.gl/O1KEk6. The revised CVPR charter incorporates some changes to ensure consistency with the new bylaws. It is very similar to the ICCV charter (http://goo.gl/pLm479) adopted at ICCV13, the changes from the ICCV charter are highlighted in yellow.
Call for Papers: WACV 2015
Date: January 6-8, 2015
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Big Island, Hawaii
Every year new Computer Vision innovations come out from academia and industry, and are subsequently proven to be effective for real world systems. This is due to the great efforts put by a diverse group of people who develop a wide variety of practical applications. This conference will provide a forum to share and expose the latest contributions and recent developments to the computer vision community.
First Round Submission: Jun 15, 2014, 17:00 HST (NO extensions!!)
First Round Author Feedback: Jul 24-27, 2014
First Round Decisions Announced: Aug 2, 2014
Second Round Submission: Sep 20, 2014 (17:00 HST)
Second Round Author Feedback: Oct 20-23, 2014
Second Round Decisions: Oct 30, 2014
Camera-ready copy: Nov 14, 2014
Early Registration ends: Nov 21, 2014, 23:59 HST
Hotel Reservation cutoff: Nov 24, 2014, 17:00 HST
Deadlines for Documents/Proposals:
=> Tutorial June 30, 2014
=> Workshop June 30, 2014
=> Demonstration Sept. 15, 2014
=> Ph.D. forum Nov. 7, 2014
Call for Workshop Papers: ECCV 2014
The workshop schedule for ECCV 2014 has been posted:
Individual links to each workshop are beginning to appear; please consult
the above link for deadlines.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV 2014), Singapore Nov 1-5, 2014
URL: www.accv2014.org | www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~brown/accv2014
Paper submission deadline: June 20, 2014
Author Notification: Sep 5, 2014
Camera Ready: Oct 1, 2014
Conference: Nov 1-5, 2014
The 12th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV 2014) will be held in Singapore on Nov 1-5, 2014. ACCV is a leading biennial international conference focused on computer vision, pattern recognition, and related areas. This highly successful series provides a premier forum for researchers, developers, and practitioners to present and discuss new problems, solutions, and technologies in computer vision and related areas.
ACCV 2014 solicits high-quality original research for publication in its main conference and co-located workshops.
The ACCV 2014 conference proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Award-winning papers will be selected to appear in a special issue of Computer Vision and Image Understanding (CVIU).
Michael S. Brown (NUS), Tat-Jen Cham (NTU), Yasuyuki Matsushita (MSRA)
Daniel Cremers (TUM), Ian Reid (U. Adelaide), Hideo Saito (Keio U.),
Ming-Hsuan Yang (UC Merced)
The IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology March/April Newsletter
is now available.
Table of Contents:
- Special Issue: Visual Computing in the Cloud - Fundamentals and Applications
- Special Issue: Visual Computing in the Cloud - Cloud Gaming and Virtualization
- Special Issue: Visual Computing in the Cloud - Mobile Computing
- Table of Contents - March 2014
- Table of Contents - April 2014