OPEN CALL FOR ECCV 2014 WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
Proposals for Workshops to be held in conjunction with the European
Conference on Computer Vision ECCV 2014 are solicited. Workshops will
take place on September 6-7 and September 12 at the Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich.
We solicit workshops of interest to a significant cross-section of the
community and whose organizers have a strong track record in the
field. Appropriate subjects for workshops include topics from computer
vision and related areas such as machine learning and computer
graphics. We strongly encourage submission of workshop proposals that
explore new, emergent research directions in computer vision as well
as proposals that emphasize formats and/or programs that are unique to
workshops, such as a large proportion of invited speakers or based on
Submission deadline: 15 January 2014
Notification of acceptance: 28 February 2014
Workshop dates: 6-7, 12 September 2014
Workshop proposals should be sent to the Workshop Chairs (email@example.com). Proposals should include the following information:
1. Title, topic and tentative call for papers of the workshop.
2. Justification of the workshop including: a description of the novelty of the proposed workshop, reasons why it is interesting to the community; details of any other previous workshops and target audience.
3. Names, e-mail contact and a brief CV of the organizers.
4. Tentative program committee and/or invited speakers.
5. Estimated attendance.
6 Estimated number of submissions and anticipated acceptance rate.
7. Planned length (1/2 day; 1 day), with a preliminary agenda/format or proposed schedule; please specify if there are any date restrictions.
8. Estimated breakdown among oral, poster presentations, and invited talks.
9. Special space and equipment requests, if any.
Prospective workshop organizers are encouraged to contact the workshop
chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the deadline for any additional information.
Workshop proposals will be peer reviewed.
The workshop chairs
Lourdes Agapito, University College London, UK
Michael Bronstein, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Carsten Rother, TU Dresden, Germany