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27 septembre 2017

Appel à participation: ICCV Workshop on e-Heritage 2017


Catégorie : Conférence internationale


Dear research colleagues,

The 2nd ICCV Workshop on e-Heritage 2017, http://www.eheritage-ws.org/, will be held on October, 29th 2017 in Venice, Italy. This is an invitation to attend the workshop of which the program is as follows, with Director of Research Roberto Scopigno (Italian National Research Council) as keynote speaker and six contributed papers.

14:00-14:05 Opening remark

14:05-15:00 Invited talk: "3D Digitization - Publishing and analysing results on the web?", Roberto Scopigno (Italian National Research Council)

15:00-16:15 Session 1
15:00-15:25 "Ancient Roman Coin Recognition in the Wild using Deep Learning Based Recognition of Artistically Depicted Face Profiles", Imanol Schlag and Ognjen Arandjelovic
15:25-15:50 "A learned representation of artist-specific colourisation", Nanne van Noord and Eric Postma
15:50-16:15 "Learning to Detect Fine-Grained Change under Variant Imaging Conditions", Rui Huang, Wei Feng, Zezheng Wang, Mingyuan Fan, Liang Wan and Jizhou Sun

16:15-16:30 Coffee break

16:30-17:45 Session 2
16:30-16:55 "Analysis of Partial Axial Symmetry on 3D Surfaces and its Application in the Restoration of Cultural Heritage Objects", Ivan Sipiran
16:55-17:20 "Geometry Based Faceting of 3D Digitized Archaeological Fragments", Hanan ElNaghy, Leo Dorst
17:20-17:45 "An Interactive Tour Guide for a Heritage Site", Sahil Chelaramani, Vamsidhar Muthireddy and C.V. Jawahar

17:45-18:00 Closing remark

Looking forward to meeting you in Venice,

ICCV Workshop on e-Heritage 2017 Organizing Committee

Honorary chair:

Katsushi Ikeuchi, Microsoft Research Asia

Program co-chairs:

Takeshi Masuda, AIST, Japan
Takeshi Oishi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Guillaume Caron, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France

 

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