ECCV’16 European Conference on Computer Vision Amsterdam


The 14th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) is a premier international conference on research in computer vision. The event consists of workshops, tutorials, demonstrations and exhibits, and provides a forum for expert discussion on recent innovations and applications in these technologies.

•During the days of the main conference (October 11-14), a number of research papers will be presented.
•The workshops (October 8-10, and 16) will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore current research on topics such as Augmented Reality, data, visualization, autonomous driving and others.
•The regular and invited tutorials (held on Saturdays October 8 and 15) will feature topics such as deep learning, computational tools, analysis and more.

In addition, the event will host an exposition of over 100 exhibitors and sponsors that is free for attendees.

Demo Chair
All researchers in computer vision and related disciplines are invited to submit applications to present demonstrations at ECCV 2016. Applications are not limited to ECCV 2016 papers or ECCV 2016 workshop papers. Any demonstrations showcasing the effectiveness of computer vision methods are welcome. Demonstrations will be held in parallel with the poster sessions during the Main Conference (October 11-14, 2016).

The best demonstration will be awarded the Best Demo Prize. A committee of established computer vision researchers and the demo chairs will make the selection of the best demo. Demo Chairs hosted by Dr. John Schavemaker – TWNKLS | augmented reality, The Netherlands and Dr Andy Bagdanov – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

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