IEEE/ISPRS 3rd Joint Workshop on Multi-Sensor Fusion for Dynamic Scene Understanding
December 12, 2015, Santiago, Chile
in conjunction with International Conference on Computer Vision
Aims and scope

The fusion of dynamic 2D/3D multi-sensor data has not been extensively explored in the vision community. MSF 2015 workshop will encourage interdisciplinary interaction and collaboration from computer vision, remote sensing, robotics and photogrammetry communities, that will serve as a forum for research groups from academia and industry. There has been ever increasing amount of multi-sensory data collections, e.g. KITTI benchmark (stereo+laser), from different platforms, such as autonomous vehicles, surveillance cameras, UAVs, planes and satellites. With emphasis on multi-sensory data, we hope this workshop will foster new research direction in the computer vision community.

The event is organized with ISPRS WG III/3 "Image Sequence Analysis" and is the third MSF workshop at an IEEE Computer Vision conference after

Submissions are invited from all areas of computer vision and image analysis relevant for, or applied to, scene understanding. This workshop will focus on multi-sensory dynamic spatial information fusion from stereo sequences, visual and infared sequences, video and lidar sequences, stereo and laser sequences, etc. Indoor applications are also welcome to submit.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Object detection and tracking
  • Motion segmentation
  • Image sequence registration
  • Dynamic scene understanding
  • Security/surveillance
  • Vision based robot/drone navigation
  • Multi-modal fusion of sensory information
  • Multi-scale fusion
  • Low-level processing of different sensors
  • 3D scanning sensors, laser and lidar systems
  • 3D object recognition and classification
  • Large scale issues
  • Applications to robotics

All manuscripts will be subject to a double-blind review process. The proceedings will be published by IEEE on the proceedings of ICCV 2015, and will be available in IEEE Xplore.

Important dates (tentative)
  • Submission site open: August 1, 2015
  • Full paper submission : September 17, 2015, 23:59 (GMT)
  • Notification of acceptance: October 4, 2015
  • Camera-ready paper: October 12, 2015
  • Workshop (full day): December 12, 2015
Keynote Speakers
Daniel Cremers (TU Munich, Germany)
Direct and Dense 3D Reconstruction from Autonomous Quadrotors
Xiaogang Wang (Chinese University of Hong-Kong, China)
Deep Learning in Video Surveillance
Greg Mori (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Title coming soon !