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Following the success of the previous editions of the Workshop on Computer VISion for ART Analysis held in 2012 and 2014 , we present the VISART III workshop, in conjunction with ECCV 2016.
There is no doubt that Computer Vision benefits from analysis of Art, not only for applications such as indexing into databases of paintings and drawings but also to move towards a deeper understanding of images in general. Historians of art and culture benefit from Computer Vision and related technologies via the automatic tools for assisting in the analysis of artefacts of all kinds.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together leading researches in the fields of computer vision and art & cultural history to promote interdisciplinary collaborations and expose the audience to current results and open problems on both sides of this fascinating area of study.
This one-day workshop in conjunction with ECCV 2016, calls for high-quality, previously unpublished, works related to Computer Vision and Cultural History. Submissions should conform to the ECCV 2016 proceedings style. Papers must be submitted online through the submission system that will be announced from this page and will be double-blind peer reviewed by at least three reviewers.
Full Paper Submission: EXTENDED to June 30th 2016
Notification of Acceptance: July 20th 2016
Camera-Ready Paper Due: July 25th 2016
Workshop: 16th October 2016 (full day workshop)
By John Smith posted July 30, 2015
Joao Paulo Costeira, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Gustavo Carneiro, University of Adelaide, Australia.
Alessio Del Bue, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy
Ahmed Elgammal, Rutgers University, USA
Peter Hall, University of Bath, UK
Ann-Sophie Lehmann, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Hans Brandhorst, Editor of Iconclass and co-founder of Arkyves, The Netherlands
Emily L. Spratt, Princeton University, USA
09:00 am Opening Remarks
09:15 am Keynote Talk: Maarten Wijnjes, Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology
10:00 am Session: Analysis, Perception and Aesthetics (oral presentations - 15 min. each)
10:45 am Coffee Break
11:00 am Session: Acquisition, Recovery and Creation (oral presentations - 15 min. each)
12:00 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Keynote Talk: Alexander Mordvintsev, Software Engineer, Google - Presentation slides
2:15 pm Session: Databases and Retrieval (oral presentations - 15 min. each)
3:00 pm Coffee break
3:15 pm Session: Retrieval and Detection (oral presentations - 15 min. each)
4:00 pm Keynote Talk: Louisa Wood Ruby. Head, Photoarchive Research, Frick Art Reference Library
5:00 pm Closing Remarks
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