workshop in conjunction with ACCV 2012 on
Face analysis: The intersection of computer vision and human perception
|Home||Call for papers||Camera Ready Submission||People||Invited Speakers||Program|
The analysis of faces is a very active research area within both the computer vision and the human perception communities. Although the two communities have traditionally worked separately, the synergy created by the meeting of minds from both communities will not only provide for great research impetus, but will also allow otherwise intractable problems to be solved. The array of potential applications and research topics is impressive. The goal of this workshop is to examine existing work that straddles the border of these communities, and to map out future steps for integrative research.
|• Dual Submission of full papers (via main ACCV conference):||1st July, 2012|
|• Submission of full papers (workshop only):||11th September, 2012 (deadline extended)|
|• Notification of acceptance:||1st October, 2012|
|• Camera ready papers:||10th October, 2012|
|• Workshop date:||6th November, 2012|
The workshops will be held as part of ACCV 2012 in Daejeon, South Korea. For details, please see the ACCV webpage.
All of the workshops held in association with ACCV 2012 will have their peer-reviewed proceedings published in LNCS.
If you have any comments or questions, send an email to Dr Paul Rosin.