ECCV 2014 – European Conference on Computer Vision
Zurich, September 6-12, 2014
ECCV Youtube Video Spotlights available
The Youtube videos of the video spotlights are available.
ECCV Proceedings and Livestream!
The proceedings are available here UNTIL September 25: A life stream from ECCV talks will be available from VideoLectures!
ECCV Awards Announced
The official announcement: ECCV2014 awards
Best Paper Awards
Kevin Matzen and Noah Snavely for “Scene Chronology”
Jia Deng, Nan Ding, Yangqing Jia, Andrea Frome, Kevin Murphy, Samy Bengio, Yuan Li, Hartmut Neven, Hartwig Adam, for “Large-Scale Object Classification using Label Relation Graphs”
Honorable mention: Matt Zeiler and Rob Fergus for “Visualizing and Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks”
is given to fundamental contributions in computer vision that stood the test of time
High Accuracy Optical Flow Estimation Based on a Theory for Warping Thomas Brox, Andrès Bruhn, Nils Papenberg & Joachim Weickert (ECCV 2004)
Face Recognition with Local Binary Patterns Timo Ahonen, Abdenour Hadid & Matti Pietikäinen (ECCV 2004)
PAMI Everingham Prize Winner 2014
Terry and Ginger Boult
ECCV Onsite Registration Open Friday
The online registration has been closed, but the onsite registration (credit cards accepted) is open on Friday. Onsite registration options are in the next days:
- Friday, September 5, 16-19, ETH main building
- Saturday, September 6, 7:30-18:30, ETH main building
- Sunday, September 7, 7:30-18:30, ETH main building
- Monday-Thursday 8-11, 7:30-18:30, Kongresshaus Zurich
- Friday, September 12, 7:30-18:30, ETH Main building
ECCV Updates on Twitter!
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Pocket Guide Available
Please click on this link or the image to download.
UPDATE ON ACCOMODATION
Zurich hotels all are listed on common booking / hotel websites and the conference badge includes a free public transportation pass to the city and airport areas.
- SORTED BY DISTANCE TO VENUE (4 stars and less)
- SORTED BY PRICE
- FOR STUDENTS : detailed information for people who are staying in the air shelters is online here.
- AirBnB Zurich
The European Conference on Computer Vision is one of the top conferences for researchers in this field and is held biennially in alternation with the International Conference on Computer Vision. It was first held in 1990 in Antibes (France) with subsequent conferences in Santa Margherita Ligure (Italy) in 1992, Stockholm (Sweden) in 1994, Cambridge (UK) in 1996, Freiburg (Germany) in 1998, Dublin (Ireland) in 2000, Copenhagen (Denmark) in 2002, Prague (Czech Republic) in 2004, Graz (Austria) in 2006, Marseille (France) in 2008, and Heraklion (Greece) in 2010 and 2012 in Florence (Italy). To our great delight, the 13th conference is held in Zürich, Switzerland. ECCV has an established tradition of very high scientific quality and an overall duration of one week.