[visionlist] ICCV Workshop on E-Heritage 2023: 2nd call for papers
guillaume.caron at u-picardie.fr
Tue Jun 13 01:55:18 -04 2023
The 4th ICCV Workshop on "E-Heritage" will be held on October 2nd or 3rd 2023 in Paris, France. All information will be provided on https://www.cvl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/e-Heritage2023.
Confirmed invited speakers Dr. Livio De Luca (CNRS) and Prof. El Mustapha Mouaddib (UPJV) will present the large set of computer vision works studying the Notre-Dame of Paris cathedral after the burn of its roof in April 2019, toward restoration.
We invite you to submit papers of at most 8 pages following ICCV 2023 guidelines (https://iccv2023.thecvf.com <https://iccv2023.thecvf.com/>) to the workshop using the "Submission" menu on https://www.cvl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/e-Heritage2023 before July, 18th 2023. Accepted papers will be published in the ICCV workshops proceedings.
The focus of the workshop is e-Heritage (Electronic Cultural Heritage) involving Computer Vision techniques. Interdisciplinary contributions are strongly encouraged to keep wide scope in this research field.
Paper submission: Jul. 18th, 2023
Acceptance notification: Aug. 1st, 2023
Camera ready: Aug. 8th, 2023
Final program: Aug. 17th, 2023
Workshop date: Oct. 3rd, 2023
**ICCV Workshop on E-Heritage Organizing Committee**
Katsushi Ikeuchi (Microsoft), Guillaume Caron (UPJV/CNRS-AIST), Takeshi Oishi (Univ. of Tokyo), El Mustapha Mouaddib (UPJV), Olga Regina Pereira Bellon (Univ. of Parana), Ilan Shimshoni (Univ. of Haifa) and Gennaro Vessio (Univ. of Bari)
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