CeRV members: Request inclusion of further conferences in the list below
- IWPR 2017 – The 2nd International Workshop on Pattern Recognition, Singapore
- CST 2017 – The 2nd International Conference on Computer Science and Technology, Guilin, China
- CAIP 2017 – The 17th International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns, Ystad, Sweden
- AVSS 2017 – The 14th IEEE Advanced Video and Signal-based Surveillance, Lecce, Italy.
- ICCV 2017 – The International Conference on Computer Vision, Venice, Italy
- ICMMI 2017 – International Conference on Man-Machine Interactions, Cracow, Poland
- PSIVT 2017 – The Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology, Wuhan, China
- M2VIP 2017 – The 24th International Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice, Auckland, New Zealand
- ACPR 2017 – The 4th Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition, Nanjing, China
- IOV 2017 – The 4th International Conference on Internet of Vehicles, Kanazawa, Japan
- APSIPA 2017 – Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association Annual Summit and Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- IVCNZ 2017 – Image and Vision Computing New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand
Akira Nakamura Award 2017
Akira Nakamura, professor emeritus of Hiroshima University, provides an annual award of 30,000 Japanese Yen for students involved in computer vision projects at CeRV. This award goes to the student who is the first to forward to Professor Klette an email about an accepted paper (with being the leading author) at one of the leading annual computer vision conferences. If there is only a time difference of less than 1 hour between notifications, then the award is shared between notifying students. For 2017, the relevant conferences are CVPR, ICCV, CAIP, ACPR, and PSIVT (main conferences or workshops).
The Akira Nakamura Award went in 2016 to Hsiang-Jen (Johnny) Chien for a paper at ICPR, in 2015 to Dongwei Liu for a paper at CAIP, in 2014 to Mahdi Rezaei and Simon Hermann for papers at CVPR, to Ralf Haeusler in 2013 for a paper at CVPR, to Ralf Haeusler in 2012 for a paper at an ECCV workshop, to Mahdi Rezaei in 2011 for a paper at CAIP, and to Simon Hermann and Konstantin Schauwecker in 2010 for papers at PSIVT.