ICPR 2010 Contests
ICPR 2010 Contests
SDHA 2010 - Semantic Description of Human Activities
Michael S. Ryoo, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea
J.K. Aggarwal, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Amit K. Roy-Chowdhury, University of California Riverside, USA
PR in HIMA - Pattern Recognition in Histopathological Images
Metin Gurcan, Ohio State University, USA
Nasir Rajpoot, University of Warwick, UK
Anant Madabhushi, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, USA
CDC - Classifier Domains of Competence
Tin Kam Ho, Bell Laboratories Alcatel-Lucent, USA
Nuria Macia, Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain
GEPR - Graph Embedding for Pattern Recognition
Mario Vento, University of Salerno, Italy
Pasquale Foggia, University of Salerno, Italy
BiHTR - Bi-modal Handwritten Text Recognition
Moisés Pastor, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Roberto Paredes, Universidad Politéchnica de Valencia, Spain
Thomas Deselaers. Computer Vision Laboratory. ETH Zurich
Luisa Mico, Universidad Politéchnica de Valencia, Spain
Enrique Vidal, Universidad Politéchnica de Valencia, Spain
ImageCLEF@ICPR - The CLEF Cross Language Image Retrieval Track
Barbara Caputo, IDIAP Research Institute, Switzerland
Stefanie Nowak, Fraunhofer IDMT, Germany
Jana Kludas, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Andrzej Pronobis, Royal Institute of Technology , Sweden
Henning Müller, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer, Oregon Health and Science University, USA
CAMCOM 2010 - Verification of Video Source Camera Competition
Wiger van Houten, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands
Zeno J.M.H. Geradts, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands
Katrin Y. Franke, Gjøvik University College, Norway
Cor J. Veenman, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands
MOBIO - Mobile Biometry Face and Speaker Verification Evaluation
Sebastien Marcel, Idiap Research Institute, Switzerland
Chris McCool, Idiap Research Institute, Switzerland
Timo Ahonen, University of Oulu, Finland
Honza Cernocky, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
|Deadline for submission of contest proposals
||Aug 28, 2009
|Contest proposal acceptance notification
||Sep 28, 2009
|Deadline for the overview paper of the contest (extended)
||May 14, 2010
|ICPR 2010 contests - full day
||Aug 22, 2010
||Aug 23, 2010
The proceedings will be published as a book in Springer Verlag's Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Series.
Manuscripts should be prepared in the LNCS paper format with the following page limits:
Authors submitting manuscripts acknowledge that no substantially overlapping paper has been published or in submission to another conference or journal.
- Up to 10 pages for the manuscripts of participating teams.
- Up to 15 pages for the summary manuscripts of each contest.
Submission and reviewing are handled via e-mail.
- If you are a contest organizer and you will submit a summary manuscript, then please e-mail your final version and all the source files in a single zipped file to Devrim Unay on Friday 14 May at the latest.
- If you are a contestant and you will submit the manuscript of your team, then please e-mail the final version of your manuscript and all the source files in a single zipped file to the organizers of your contest (contact the organizers of your contest for the corresponding submission deadline).
Participating teams as well as the contest organizers will have the opportunity to present their work at the dedicated contest sessions, which will be held on Sunday 22 August.
In order to foster a fruitful contest session, both oral and poster sessions will be organized.
Therefore participants are invited to prepare oral AND poster presentations of their work.
Please check the tentative program for the scheduling of oral and poster sessions.
Each paper in an oral session is allocated 20 minutes. This includes time required for introduction of the speaker, as well as time for questions from the audience. Therefore authors are advised to prepare a 16-17-minute talk, and leave some time for questions at the end.
Each lecture room will be equipped with a computer and a data projector. Authors need to copy their presentations to the computer well in advance of the sessions in which their paper will be presented.
Authors needing any special audio or visual equipment must contact the conference secretariat at secretariaticpr2010.org by August 9, 2010 to indicate their request. There might be an extra cost of such additional equipment.
Each paper in a poster session will be presented with a poster of size 80cm x 120cm (width x height). Adhesive material will be provided for mounting the posters to the boards. A presenting author is expected to be available in front of the poster for the entire duration of the poster session. There will be no summaries given at the start of the poster sessions.
Authors needing any special audio, visual, or other equipment to be used during their poster presentation must contact the conference secretariat at secretariaticpr2010.org by August 9, 2010 to indicate their request.
Attending presentations at the contest sessions and publication of the manuscripts in the LNCS book require registration to the contests. Please note that at least one of the authors must register for the contests paying regular registration fees (not student fee) before Monday 8 June.
On-line registration of the contests will be available via the ICPR 2010 registration page. It is not necessary to register for the full conference to attend the contest sessions.
Asst. Prof. Selim Aksoy
Department of Computer Engineering
Assoc. Prof. Zehra Cataltepe
Department of Computer Engineering
Istanbul Technical University
Asst. Prof. Devrim Unay
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Call for Contests