[visionlist] [CFP] 1st International Workshop and Challenge on People Analysis: From Face, Body and Fashion To 3d Virtual Avatars” International Workshop at ECCV 2022

Federico Becattini federico.becattini at unifi.it
Wed Jun 15 10:33:40 -04 2022


Call for Papers

“1st International Workshop and Challenge on People Analysis:
>From Face, Body and Fashion To 3d Virtual Avatars”

International Workshop at ECCV 2022

(1st Edition)



Submission paper deadline
July 10th, 2022
(11.59 p.m. AoE)


Track1: Multi-View Based 3D Human Body Reconstruction

Track2: Perspective Projection Based Monocular 3D Face Reconstruction

Registration deadline: June 30, 2022

Apologies for multiple posting

Please distribute this call to interested parties



Human-centered data are extremely widespread and have been intensely
investigated by researchers belonging to even very different fields,
including Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence.
These research efforts are motivated by the several highly-informative
aspects of humans that can be investigated, ranging from corporal elements
(e.g. bodies, faces, hands, anthropometric measurements) to emotions and
outward appearance (e.g. human garments and accessories).

The huge amount and the extreme variety of this kind of data make the
analysis and the use of learning approaches extremely challenging. In this
context, several interesting problems can be addressed, such as the
reliable detection and tracking of people, the estimation of the body pose,
the development of new human-computer interaction paradigms based on
expression and sentiment analysis.

Furthermore, considering the crucial impact of human-centered technologies
in many industrial application domains, the demand for accurate models able
also to run on mobile and embedded solutions is constantly increasing. For
instance, the analysis and manipulation of garments and accessories worn by
people can play a crucial role in the fashion business. Also, the human
pose estimation can be used to monitor and guarantee the safety between
workers and industrial robotic arms.

The goal of this workshop is to improve the communication between
researchers and companies and to develop novel ideas that can shape the
future of this area, in terms of motivations, methodologies, prospective
trends, and potential industrial applications. Finally, a consideration
about the privacy issues behind the acquisition and the use of
human-centered data must be addressed for both the academia and companies.



The topics of interest include but are not limited to:


   Human Body

      People Detection and Tracking

      2D/3D Human Pose Estimation

      Action and Gesture Recognition

      Anthropometric Measurements Estimation

      Gait Analysis

      Person Re-identification

      3D Body Reconstruction

   Human Face

      Facial Landmarks Detection

      Head Pose Estimation

      Facial Expression and Emotion Recognition

   Outward Appearance and Fashion

      Garment-based Virtual Try-On

      Human-centered Image and Video Synthesis

      Generative Clothing

      Human Clothing and Attribute Recognition

      Fashion Image Manipulation

      Outfit Recommendation

   Human-centered Data

      Novel Datasets with Human Data

      Fairness and Biases in Human Analysis

      Privacy Preserving and Data Anonymization

      First Person Vision for Human Behavior Understanding

      Multimodal Data Fusion for Human Analysis

      Computational Issues in Human Analysis Architectures


      Face Recognition and Verification

      Fingerprint and Iris Recognition

      Morphing Attack Detection




   Paper Submission Deadline: July 10th, 2022 (11.59 p.m. AoE)

   Decision to Authors: August 10th, 2022

   Camera ready papers due: August 22nd, 2022



All the papers should be submitted at:

All papers will be reviewed by at least two reviewers with double-blind
peer-review policy. Accepted submissions will be published in the ECCV 2022
Workshops proceedings.

Papers must be prepared according to the ECCV guidelines. Papers are
limited to 14 pages, including figures and tables, in the ECCV style.
Additional pages containing only cited references are allowed.

Papers that are not properly anonymized, or do not use the template, or
have more than 14 pages (excluding references) will be rejected without

Note also that the template has changed since ECCV’2020. We therefore
strongly urge authors to use this new template instead of templates from
older conferences.



The workshop will be held in conjunction with the European Conference on
Computer Vision (ECCV 2022). The workshop will take place in an entirely
virtual mode.




   Alberto del Bimbo, University of Florence, Italy

   Mohamed Daoudi, IMT Lille Douai, France

   Roberto Vezzani, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

   Xavier Alameda-Pineda, INRIA Grenoble, France

   Guido Borghi, University of Bologna, Italy

   Marcella Cornia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

   Claudio Ferrari, University of Parma, Italy

   Federico Becattini, University of Florence, Italy

   Andrea Pilzer, NVIDIA, Italy




   Zhiwen Chen, Alibaba Group, China

   Xiangyu Zhu, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

   Ye Pan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

   Xiaoming Liu, Michigan State University, USA

Federico Becattini, Ph.D.
Università di Firenze - MICC
Tel.: +39 055 275 1394
federico.becattini at unifi.it
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