We are glad to announce that the next ICVS in 2009 will take place in Liège, the cultural and economic capital of Wallonia, Belgium. The deadline for paper submission is 4th May, 2009. Please have a look at the website for more information.
Best Paper Award and Photo Gallery
ICVS 2008 is over and about 100 participants contributed to and enjoyed this scientific event in wonderful Santorini. From the many papers presented, Attention Modulation Using Short- and Long-term Knowledge by Sven Rebhan, Florian Röhrbein, Julian Eggert and Edgar Körner was chosen for ICVS2008's Best Paper Award.
Please have a look at the photo gallery for the conference highlights.
ICVS 2008 contributions available online
The abstracts and full texts of all ICVS 2008 contributions are now available online at the Springer Global Website.
Presenter information updated
In order to help presenters and have a smooth presentation process, we added some guidelines to the Authors Info page, e.g., about the plenary presentation process and the poster setup.
WAPCV and ICVW draft schedules available
The initial draft schedules for the two workshops that will held in conjuction with the main conference are now available on the Workshops page. WAPCV features 13 oral presentations in four thematic sessions and about 9 poster presentations and the ICVW features 11 oral presentations in three thematic sessions.
Conference programme available
The initial draft for the conference programme is now available on the Programme page. It features 23 oral presentations in seven thematic sessions and about 30 poster presentations for the main conference.
Keynote speaker confirmed
The organising committee is pleased to announce the confirmation of the second keynote talk to be held by Prof. David Hogg, School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK
WAPCV paper acceptance results
Paper acceptances/rejections of the 5th International Workshop on Attention in Cognitive Systems which will held in conjuction with ICVS08 were announced to the authors today.
ICVW paper acceptance results
Paper acceptances/rejections of the 4th International Cognitive Vision Workshop which will held in conjuction with ICVS08 were announced to the authors today.
The Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs supports the ICVS2008
The ICVS08 Conference received support from the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.
Registation and Accomodation information updated
Extended information about registration and registration fees added to the Registration page. Besides, information about the available hotels around the conference venue and booking details are now available to the Accomodation page as well. In case that you want to stay in Athens before or after the conference a new section added providing you with all the information you may need.
WAPCV & ICWV Paper submission deadline extension
The paper submission deadlines for both of our workshops that will be held in conjuction with ICVS08 are extended. The new deadline for WAPCV08 will be 27 January 2008 and for ICVW08 will be 10 February 2008. The respective submission pages will stay open till that date.
ICVS08 Paper acceptance results
Paper acceptances/rejections were announced to the authors today. 128 papers entered the review process. Each of these was reviewed by at least 3 independent reviewers by a double blind review. 53 papers were accepted, leading to a 41.4% acceptance rate.
Authors who's papers were accepted please follow the instructions by Springer Verlag to prepare your camera-ready versions.
Best student paper award
The euCognition Network for the Advancement of Artificial Cognitive Systems will support the best student’s papers awards towards the idea of "Vision for Cognitive Systems".
The euCognition Network supports the ICVS2008
The ICVS08 Conference received support from the euCognition Network for the Advancement of Artificial Cognitive Systems.
ICVS08 Deadline extension
At the request of a reasonable number of individuals, we are extending the deadline for paper submission for the ICVS2008 for one more week. The new deadline for paper submission will be Monday 19 November 2007. The paper submission site will remain open until that date.
Registration information updated
Information about the different types of registration and the registration fees for each one are now available on the Registration page.
Announcement of ICVS08 workshops
Workshop Chair Antonis Argyros is glad to announce two ICVS08 workshops coping with Cognitive Vision (ICVW 2008, Chairs: B. Caputo and M. Vincze) and Attention in Cognitive Systems (WAPCV 2008 Chairs: L. Paletta and J. Tsotsos).
Please have a look at the ICVS Workshops page for further details.
Keynote speaker confirmed
The organising committee is pleased to announce the confirmation of the first keynote talk to be held by Prof. Dr. Heinrich H. Bülthoff, MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen.
Author information updated / paper submission
The instructions for the preparation of conference contributions have been updated. Please consult the Authors Info page. Contributions should be submitted electronically via the online paper submission system. The paper submission deadline is 11 November 2007.
Guidelines for workshop proposals available
Instructions on how to propose conference workshops are now available on the Workshops page.
Touristic information updated
The Touristic Information page has been updated. Check out the respective page in order to learn useful things that will make your staying in Santorini more pleasant.
Workshop organisation started / Workshop Chair: Antonis Argyros
We are pleased to announce that Prof. Antonis Argyros (University of Crete and FORTH, Greece) is the general Workshop Chair for ICVS 2008. We kindly encourage researchers from all areas of the computer vision community to submit proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with the main conference. If you have any questions regarding workshop topics or organisation or if you want to submit a proposal, please feel free to contact Prof. Antonis Argyros, via email at workshopchair AT icvs2008 DOT info.
ICVS Proceedings sponsored by LNCS
We proudly inform you that the conference proceedings will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
You can also download the Call for Papers.
ICVS 2008 Announcement
We are glad to announce that the 6th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems will be held in Santorini, Greece on 12-15 May, 2008. It is the 6th event in a series of successfully ones taken place in Las Palmas, Spain, Vancouver, Canada, Graz, Austria, New York, USA and Bielefeld, Germany.
The conference aims to gather researchers and developers from both academia and industry worldwide and to explore the state of the art in vision systems.
While most computer vision conferences emphasize on work on image processing algorithms, ICVS is unique in concentrating in the systems aspects of computer vision. It aims to relate with practitioners building the computer vision systems and encourages research in this important area.
The program committee cordially invites you to attend ICVS 2008 and submit papers in all aspects of computer vision systems including, but not limited to:
- Computer vision from a system perspective: paradigms, applications, architectures, integration and control
- Cognitive vision techniques for recognition and categorization, knowledge representation, learning, reasoning, goal specification and context awareness,
- Methods and metrics for performance evaluation and benchmarking.