09h00 Workshop opening 15min
09h15 Invited Talk:
James Wang, "Automated Analysis of Paintings and Photographic Arts"
Session: Computational Aesthetic  
10h00 JenAesthetics Subjective Dataset: Analyzing Paintings by
Subjective Scores

Seyed Ali Amirshahi, Gregor Uwe Hayn-Leichsenring, Joachim Denzler and Christoph  Redies.
Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
10h20 Relationship Between Visual Complexity and Aesthetics:
Application to Beauty Prediction of Photos

Litian Sun, Toshihiko Yamasaki and Kiyoharu Aizawa.
The University of Tokyo
10h40 Computational Beauty: Aesthetic Judgment at the Intersection of Art and Science
Emily Spratt and Ahmed Elgammal
Princeton University and Rutgers University
11h00 Break  
11h15 Invited Talk:
Hans Brandhorst, "Online Collaboration in the e-Humanities"
Session: Deep Feature Analysis for Art Recognition  
12h00 In Search of Art
Elliot Crowley and Andrew Zisserman
University of Oxford
12h20 Classification of Artistic Styles using Binarized Features Derived from
a Deep Neural Network

Yaniv Bar, Noga Levy and Lior Wolf
Tel Aviv University
12h40 Lunch Break  
14h00 Invited Talk:
David Stork, "A New Presentation of Parmigianino's Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror"
Session: Composition of Art for Detection and Retrieval  
14h45 Re-presentations of Art Collections
Joon Son Chung, Relja Arandjelovic, Giles Bergel, Alexandra Franklin and
Andrew Zisserman.
University of Oxford
15h05 Detecting People in Cubist Art
Shiry Ginosar, Daniel Haas, Timothy Brown and Jitendra Malik
University of California, Berkeley
15h25 Artistic Image Analysis using the Composition of
Human Figures

Qian Chen and Gustavo Carneiro
University of Adelaide
15h45 Break  
16h00 Invited Talk:
Rita Cucchiara, "Computer Vision for Interactive Experiences with
Art and Artistic Documents
Session: Ancient Art Analysis  
16h45 Graph-based Shape Similarity of Petroglyphs
Markus Seidl, Ewald Wieser, Matthias Zeppelzauer, Axel Pinz and
Christian Breiteneder
Fachhochschule St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences,
Graz University of Technology and Vienna University of Technology
17h05 Improving Ancient Roman Coin Recognition with Alignment and
Spatial Encoding

Jongpil Kimand and Vladimir Pavlovic
Rutgers University
17h25 Panel session and closure 15min