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Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval 2011 A co-event of Eurographics 2011, In-cooperation with ACM Siggraph April 10, 2011

30 Novembre 2010

Catégorie : Conférence internationale

Call for papers
Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval 2011 A co-event of Eurographics 2011, In-cooperation with ACM Siggraph April 10, 2011

Important dates
  • January 10, 2011: Paper submissions due
  • February 12, 2011: Notification of acceptance
  • February 22, 2011: Camera-ready papers
  • April 10, 2011: Workshop takes place

3D Object Retrieval Workshop Series
3D object representations have become an integral part of modern computer graphics applications, such as computer-aided design, game development and film production. At the same time, 3D data have become very common in various domains such as computer vision, computational geometry, molecular biology and medicine.
Indeed, the rapid evolution in graphics hardware and software, in particular the availability of low cost 3D scanners and modeling  tools, has greatly facilitated 3D model acquisition, creation, and manipulation, giving the opportunity to a large user community to experience applications using 3D models. As the number of 3D models is growing rapidly, the problem of creating new 3D models has shifted to the problem of searching for existing 3D models. Thereupon, the development of efficient search mechanisms is required for the effective retrieval of 3D objects from large repositories.

The aim of the 3DOR Workshop series is to stimulate researchers from different fields such as Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Machine Learning and Human-Computer Interaction who work on the common goal of 3D object retrieval, to present state-of-the-art work in the field.  This will provide a cross-fertilization ground that will stimulate
discussions on the next steps in this important research area. 3DOR 2011 will take place as the fourth workshop in this series on April 10, 2011 in Llandudno (UK), on the day before Eurographics 2011.

Call for Papers, Posters and System Demonstrations
Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished research and practical applications in all areas of 3D Object Retrieval. Submissions are invited in form of full and short papers, as well as poster and system presentations. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
-        3D object similarity and matching
-        3D object classification, indexing, and mining
-        Similarity of non-rigid shapes
-        Feature extraction, decomposition, and segmentation
-        Multi-level representations for matching and retrieval
-        Partial, part-in-whole, and many-to-many matching
-        Matching under uncertainty and noise
-        Semantics-driven 3D object retrieval and classification
-        Sketch-based retrieval
-        Query interfaces and search modalities
-        Benchmarking issues
-        Relevance feedback methods
-        Active learning
-        Generative/discriminative approaches in 3D object categorization
-       Applications in multimedia, CAD, games, biometrics, e-science,
-       e-learning, medicine, biology, and cultural heritage.
This year’s workshop will also feature the 6th Shape Retrieval Evaluation Contest (SHREC’2011). A separate call for participation will be issued later on.

Extended versions of selected papers from the Workshop will appear, after a further review, in a special issue of The Visual Computer Journal published by Springer.

Hamid Laga (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Tobias Schreck (Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany)

Programme Chairs
Alfredo Ferreira (IST/Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Afzal Godil (National Institute of the Standards and Technology, USA)
Ioannis Pratikakis (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)

Program Committee
Ceyhun Burak Akgul (Vistek-ISRA Vision, Turkey)
Filipos Azariadis (University of the Aegean, Greece)
Benjamin Bustos (University of Chile, Chile)
Mohamed Daoudi (TELECOM Lille1/LIFL, France)
Dieter W. Fellner (Fraunhofer IGD, Germany)
Daniela Giorgi (IMATI-CNR, Italy)
Frank Ter Haar (TNO, The Netherlands)
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann (Geneva, Switzerland)
Simone Marini (IMATI-CNR, Italy)
Ron Kimmel  (Technion, Israel)
Eric Paquet (CNRC, Canada)
Georgios Papaioannou (AUEB, Greece)
Karthik Ramani (Purdue University, USA)
William Regli (Drexel University, USA)
Marcos Rodrigues (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)
Raif M. Rustamov (Drew University, USA)
Nikolaos Sapidis (University of Western Macedonia)
Dietmar Saupe (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Michela Spagnuolo (IMATI-CNR, Italy)
Theoharis Theoharis (University of Athens, Greece)
Theodore Trafalis (University of Oklahoma, USA)
Jean-Philippe Vandeborre (TELECOM Lille1 / LIFL, France)
Remco Veltkamp (Ultrecht University,The Netherlands)
Anne Verroust Blondet (INRIA, France)
Sofiane Yous (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

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