[visionlist] [Conferences] Deadline extension "Transparent & Reflective objects In the wild Challenges" ICCV23 Workshop

Jean-Baptiste Weibel jb.weibel at gmail.com
Wed Jul 5 05:45:43 -04 2023

We would like to announce that the deadline for paper submission to the
"Transparent & Reflective objects In the wild Challenges" workshop is moved
to* July 19th*

Transparent & Reflective objects In the wild Challenges" ICCV23 Workshop
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/iccv23trickyworkshop
Submission: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=trickyiccv23

>From industry to the home, vision systems are expected to provide relevant
information for every object they may encounter in their environment.
Vision-based object understanding in particular has seen significant
progress toward this goal as demonstrated, for example, by recent results
in challenges such as the COCO, and its follow-up LVIS challenge, or the
Benchmark for 6D Object Pose Estimation.

Transparent, reflective and, generally speaking, non-lambertian objects
still present major challenges for methods as well as RGB and depth
sensors. Color images become dependent on the viewpoint and background.
Similarly, readings from depth cameras are unreliable whether they are
based on stereo matching, time-of-flight or structured light. The
unpredictable and unreliable data is problematic at two different levels.
On one hand, such objects will not reliably be understood but their
presence in the scene degrades the understanding of other objects in the
scene through reflections and light path deformation.

The workshop on Transparent & Reflective objects In the wild Challenges
(TRICKY) will discuss object classification, detection, tracking,
reconstruction, depth and pose estimation from imaging data for such tricky
objects with the aim of advancing the state-of-the-art and fostering novel
research directions. A major focus will be put on the applicability of
methods in unconstrained scenarios.

Invited speakers include Dr Michael Suppa, Dr Arsalan Mousavian, Prof.
David Held, Prof. Jeffrey Ichnowski, and Prof. Manmohan Chandraker.

The workshop focusing on the following tasks (but is not limited to)
applied to transparent or reflective objects:
* Object classification
* Object detection
* Object tracking
* Object reconstruction
* Depth estimation
* Pose estimation


Submission  July 5th July 19th 11:59PM Pacific Time
Author Notification - July 26th 11:59PM Pacific Time
Camera ready - August 2nd 11:59PM Pacific Time
Workshop: October 3rd 2023, morning session


We invite submission of 4 page (excluding references) extended abstracts
(following the ICCV 2023 template) on topics related to transparent and
reflective object understanding. Reviewing of abstract submissions will be
double-blind. The purpose of this workshop is not to be a venue for
publication but rather a place to discuss and open new directions of
research for transparent and reflective objects understanding, as well as
gather a community of people interested in the field. The workshop
proceedings will not appear in the official ICCV 2023 workshop proceedings.
Submissions of work which has been previously published, including papers
accepted to the main ICCV 2023 conference are allowed. Up to 6 submitted
work will be presented as spotlight presentations (10 min.), otherwise,
they will be presented as posters.

Submission can be sent at


E-mail: tricky.objects.workshop at gmail.com
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/iccv23trickyworkshop
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