Deadline for Submission to CRV 2016 is February 22, 2016
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Deadline for Submission to CRV 2016 is February 22, 2016

Jan 29, 2016 -- The submission deadline for CRV 2016 is rapidly approaching. Submissions will be accepted until February 21, 2016, 11 PM PST. Please see the original Call for Papers for more details, included below.  Hope to see you in Victoria, BC in June!

Call for Papers
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13th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV 2016)
Victoria, BC, Canada
June 1-3, 2016
http://www.computerrobotvision.org/

Keynote Speakers
- Jim Little, University of British Columbia
- Laurent Itti, University of Southern California

Symposia Speakers
CRV 2016 will also feature 16 symposia talks by leading Canadian computer vision and robotics researchers.  The symposia talks are divided into 8 themes: field robotics; robotic vision; mapping; learning; medical imaging; new applications; human-robot interaction; and 3D vision.

Dates
- Submission deadline:    February 21, 2016, 11 PM PST
- Decisions:                  March 25, 2016
- Camera-ready due:      April 13, 2016
- Early registration:        April 19, 2016 


CRV 2016 invites original, high quality paper submissions on the following topics.

Computer Vision
- Applications
- Calibration
- Classification
- Camera networks
- Features, contours, textures
- Faces, gestures, activities, crowds
- Graphics and vision
- Illumination
- Image retrieval
- Medical imaging
- Mosaicing
- Motion and video
- Recognition
- Pattern recognition
- Performance evaluation
- Segmentation, grouping
- 3D: point clouds, depth cameras

Robotic Vision
- Action selection
- Active sensing
- Challenging environments

- Control architectures
- Environment modeling
- Human-robot interaction
- Learning from sensors
- Mapping / SLAM
- Multi-robot systems
- Real-time sensing
- Sensor-based navigation
- Sensor fusion
- Sensor networks
- Software tools for vision and robotics
- Teleoperation
- Visual servoing

Submission Guidelines
Submissions can be 4-8 pages and must describe original research on topics listed above.

Publishing
Accepted papers (both Oral and Poster) will be published by the Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and will be submitted for publication to Xplore. Xplore has published the CRV proceedings since 2004.

Co-chairs
- Faisal Qureshi, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
- Steven Waslander, University of Waterloo

For more information, contact CRV 2016 Co-chairs at  computerrobotvision2016@gmail.com

Contacts:
Faisal Qureshi
Steven Waslandar
Program Co-Chairs of CRV 2016
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