News
5/4/2012: The venus has been decided
IMPORTANT DATES
Paper Submission:
September 24, 2012

Notification:
November 12, 2012

Camera-ready:
December 1, 2012
INVITED SPEAKERS
WoRV:
Dr. Larry Matthies, JPL
Dr. Frank Dellaert, Gatech

UCCV:
Dong Ping Zhang, AMD

WACV:
Robert Pless, Washington Univ.

PETS:
John Garofolo, NIST
 
IEEE Workshop on Robot Vision (WoRV) 2013
Announcements

Best Paper Award Recipient:
Ilaria Gori, Sean Ryan Fanello, Francesca Odone and Giorgio Metta. A Compositional Approach for 3D Arm-Hand Action Recognition

Best Poster Paper Award Recipient:
Vadim Indelman, Richard Roberts and Frank Dellaert. Probabilistic Analysis of Incremental Light Bundle Adjustment

VISA information is listed here.

Hotel reservation is now available at here.

Registration is now open.

The Workshop on Robot Vision is organized in the framework of IEEE Winter Vision Meetings (WVM) that is a collection of workshops, including the Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Tracking and Surveillance (PETS), Workshop on User - Centred Computer Vision (UCCV), and Workshop on Robot Vision (Worv). The average attendance over the past three years has been over 150 participants. All of the meetings are covered by a single "passport-style" registration and and open to all attendees.

WoRV provides a distinctive opportunity for researchers in the robotics and automation community to closely and actively interact and exchange ideas with a large number of computer vision researchers. The workshop aims to share research findings and issues in both frontiers through vibrant discussions with speakers from both disciplines, and address the current state of the art and future directions with lively panel discussions.

All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. All accepted papers will be published electronically on IEEE Xplore. Extended versions of selected papers will be published in a book named "New Development in Robot Vision" with Springer after the meeting.

The topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Vision-Based Navigation
  • Robot Visual Tracking
  • Image-Guided Robot Interventions
  • Range Imaging -- RGB-D
  • Vision to Motion
  • Vision for Haptics
  • Vision for Aerial Robotics
  • Vision for Underwater Robotics
  • Software Tools for Robot Vision
  • Visual Servoing and Servo Control
  • Learning from Sensor/Visual Data
  • Real-time Sensing and Control
  • Active Sensing
  • Sensor Fusion and Sensor Networks
  • Multi-Robot Systems with Vision Sensors

    Dates: Jan 16 & 17. 2013

    Venue: Sheraton Clearwater Beach, Clearwater FL.

  • Contact Email: worv@cse.usf.edu