[visionlist] [CFP] [DEADLINE EXTENSION] AGAVE2023: Workshop on Advances in Gaze Analysis, Visual attention and Eye-gaze modelling @ ICIAP 2023

Marcella Cornia marcella.cornia at unimore.it
Sun Jul 9 09:34:27 -04 2023


AGAVE 2023 - Call for Papers



1st International Workshop on Advances in Gaze Analysis,

Visual attention and Eye-gaze modelling (AGAVE)



In conjunction with the 22nd International Conference

on Image Analysis and Processing (ICIAP 2023)

11th September 2023, Udine (Italy)



Visual attention refers to the human ability to focus on the most relevant
parts of a visual scene (e.g. images or videos). Over the past decades, it
has been extensively studied, leading to the proposal of numerous
computational models aimed at predicting attention allocation on visual
stimuli. While these models were initially developed in the field of
psychology and neuroscience, the computer vision and pattern recognition
community has become increasingly interested in this problem. This interest
has been driven by the growing number of potential applications such as
image/video compression, autonomous driving, and robotics.


The workshop will investigate a range of topics covering (but not limited
to) the following:


   Computational models of visual attention

   Scanpath prediction models on images or videos

   Active vision and its applications

   (Deep) visual saliency models and their applications

   Eye-tracking technology and its applications

   Human visual perception and its implications for computer vision

   Benchmarking and evaluation of visual attention and gaze analysis models

   Applications of visual attention and gaze analysis in image and video
   processing, robotics, and human-computer interaction

   Eye-gaze models for biometrics, health, driving, virtual reality,
   education and social sciences.

The workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in the
field of computer vision and image processing to exchange ideas and discuss
recent advances in visual attention, gaze analysis and modelling, visual
saliency, active vision, and deep saliency models. The workshop will
provide a platform for researchers to present their work, share
experiences, and discuss the challenges and opportunities in the field.


The paper must be prepared in accordance to the guidelines for authors of
the ICIAP2023 main conference, provided by Springer that can be found at:

The maximum number of pages is 12 including references. Submissions will be
selected through a double-blind peer review process. Each submission will
be reviewed by at least two reviewers, considering originality,
significance, clarity, soundness, relevance, and technical content. Authors
may optionally submit additional material.

Accepted papers will be published in the ICIAP 2023 Conference Proceedings,
published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series

The paper submission platform is



Paper submission: 08 July 2023  13 July 2023

Notification to the authors: 01 August 2023

Camera ready paper submission: 20 August 2023


Vittorio Cuculo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Alessandro D’Amelio, University of Milan, Italy

Marcella Cornia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Dario Zanca, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

*Marcella Cornia*, PhD
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor (RTD-B)
Dipartimento di Educazione e Scienze Umane
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
e-mail: marcella.cornia at unimore.it
phone: +39 059 2058790
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