[visionlist] FAA 2012 - Deadline extension **22nd July**

Darren Cosker dpc at cs.bath.ac.uk
Mon Jul 16 14:49:37 GMT 2012


** Apologies for cross posting **

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENSION UNTIL ****22nd JULY****

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

ACM 3rd INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FACIAL ANALYSIS AND ANIMATION (FAA)

						http://faa2012.ftw.at/

Museum of Young Art, Vienna. September 21st, 2012

Registration:
http://faa2012.ftw.at/registration.html

Important Dates:
***22nd July 2012: Deadline for extended abstract submission***
17th August 2012: Notification of acceptance
7th September 2012: Camera ready abstracts

Confirmed Speakers:

Mark Pauly, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL),  
Switzerland.
Jörn Ostermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Laboratory for  
Information Technology.


Facial animation is a broad and exciting area of research drawing on  
multiple disciplines: computer graphics and animation provide the  
means to render and display a face, computer vision can be used to  
measure, interpret and decode facial actions, while psychology can  
help provide the emotive human element of animation. However, creating  
convincing facial animation is an exceptionally difficult task - each  
one of us is an expert judge in deciding whether an animation is  
realistic or not. In today's world, facial animation has more  
applications than ever before: from video game characters to movie  
actor doubles, from machine facial displays to psychological research  
stimuli.

Following on from the success of FAA 2009 (http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/faa2009/
), and FAA 2010 (http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/faa/), we are pleased to  
announce a call for submissions for FAA 2012, in cooperation with ACM.
The aim of this meeting is to bring together researchers and  
practitioners from both academia and industry - particularly in VFX  
and games - interested in all aspects of facial animation and related  
analysis. Submissions are invited in the following broad topic areas:

.	Acquisition of Facial Shape, Motion and Texture
.	Performance Driven Animation and Expression Mapping
.	Facial animation using Example Based Synthesis and Motion Graph  
based techniques
.	Facial Animation Production Pipelines
.	Visual Speech Synthesis
.	Animation of Non-Linguistic Behaviors and Vocalisations
.	Perception of Facial Animation and the "Uncanny Valley"
.	Facial Rendering (Photorealistic and Non-Photorealistic)
.	Virtual Characters for Telepresence / Embodied Virtual Agents
.	Facial Model Based Coding and Compression
.	Facial Analysis and Animation for Mobile Applications
.	Face Cognition and Perception for Facial Analysis and Animation


Research should be submitted as a 1 page extended abstract using the  
SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines (seehttp://www.siggraph.org/publications/instructions)
. LaTeX and BibTeX class files following the "acmsiggraph" convention  
may be downloaded from (http://www.siggraph.org/publications/acmsiggraph.zip
). An example submission may be found at (http://www.siggraph.org/publications/poster-abstract-example1.pdf
).

Submissions do not need to be anonymous. Contributions should be  
submitted following instructions on the FAA 2012 website. Authors of  
accepted submissions will have their work appear in the ACM Digital  
Library (http://portal.acm.org/dl.cfm). The program on the day will  
consist of both oral and poster presentations, including invited  
keynote talks from leading international experts.

Chairs: Darren Cosker (Uni. of Bath), Michael Pucher (FTW), Gregor  
Hofer (FTW), Michael Berger (Uni. of Edinburgh) and Will Smith (Uni.  
of York).

For general inquiries regarding FAA, including contact information for  
the organisers, please visit:http://faa2012.ftw.at/contact.html
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