[visionlist] ICCV Workshop on E-Heritage 2023: deadline extension

Guillaume Caron guillaume.caron at u-picardie.fr
Thu Jul 13 06:57:47 -04 2023

Dear colleagues,

The 4th ICCV Workshop on "E-Heritage" will be held on the morning of October 3rd 2023 in Paris, France. All details are provided on https://www.cvl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/e-Heritage2023.

Keynote speaker Dr. Livio De Luca (CNRS) and three invited speakers Prof. El Mustapha Mouaddib (UPJV), Eng. Anthony Pamart (CNRS) and Eng. Florent Comte (CNRS) will cover 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. 

Paper submissions are now expected before July, 24th 2023, final deadline. The papers must be at most of 8 pages following the ICCV 2023 guidelines (https://iccv2023.thecvf.com <https://iccv2023.thecvf.com/>) and submitted on https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/eHeritage2023/ (or following the "Submission" menu on https://www.cvl.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/e-Heritage2023). Accepted papers will be published in the ICCV workshops proceedings for camera ready versions submitted on time and copyrights transferred to IEEE/CVF. 

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. 24th, 2023
Acceptance notification:   Aug.  7th, 2023
Camera ready:                 Aug.  15th, 2023
Final program:                  Aug. 21st, 2023
Workshop date:                Oct.  3rd, 2023

Looking forward to receiving your contributions and meeting you in Paris later this year,

**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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