The 1st Workshop of Aerial Video Processing (WAVP) Joint with
IEEE CVPR 2011
Paper Submission: 18 March 2011
Review Decisions: 15 April 2011
Camera Ready Papers: 29 April 2011
Submission: WAVP 2011 Online Submission System
Program: Workshop of Aerial Video Processing 2011
Best Paper Awards
Mubarak Shah, University of Central Florida
Gerard Medioni, University of South California
Horst Bischof, Graz University of Technology, email: bischof at icg.tugraz.at
Jiangjian Xiao, Ningbo Industrial Technology Research Institute, Chinese Academy sciences, email: xiaojj at nimte.ac.cn
Qian Yu, Sarnoff Corporation, email: qyu at sarnoff.com
Xiaochun Cao, Tianjian University, email: xcao at tju.edu.cn
Jian Cheng, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy sciences, email: jcheng at nplr.ia.ac.cn
Isabelle Herlin, INRIA, email: Isabelle.Herlin at inria.fr
Omar Javed, Sarnoff Corporation, email: ojaved at sarnoff.com
Marc Pollefeys ETH, email: marc.pollefeys at inf.ethz.ch
Khurram Shafique, Object Video, kshafique at gmail.com
Yaser Ajmal Sheikh, Carnegie Mellon University, email: yaser at cs.cmu.edu
Alexei N. Skurikhin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, email: alexei at lanl.gov
Nong Sang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, email: nsang at hust.edu.cn
Ashit Taulukder, Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA, California Institute of Technology, email: ashit.talukder at jpl.nasa.gov
Lu Wang, Sarnoff Corporation, email: lwang at sarnoff.com
Josiane Zerubia INRIA, email: Josiane.Zerubia at sophia.inria.fr
Jiejie Zhu, MIT and UCF, email: jjzhu at cs.ucf.edu
Zhigang Zhu, City College of New York, email: zhu at cs.ccny.cuny.edu
We plan to have two keynote speakers, one from GIS community and
another one from vision community in the morning and afternoon session
There is a resurgence of aerial data due to novel flight platforms
(e.g. Micro aerial vehicles), novel digital sensors and demanding
applications such as detailed 3D models of the world on the internet.
Aerial data acquired from various sensors provides new capabilities for
understanding the scene structure and activities on the ground from a
different viewing aspect. Today large areas in the world are being
captured daily from the air in various applications, the collected
aerial video data increases dramatically and an automatic information
extraction process is desperately needed to interpret the data for scene
and object level understanding in those applications.
The workshop continues in the vein of 1st IEEE workshop on video
registration (with ICCV’01) and 2nd Workshop on Image and Video
Registration (with CVPR’04), and broadens the research studies in all
areas related to aerial video processing. The goal of this workshop is
to encourage interdisciplinary interaction and collaborations from
computer vision, geography, graphics, and visualization to create more
applications in those domains. New results and applications will be
discussed at the workshop, and specify open problems and major
directions of further development in the field of aerial video
Call for papers
Papers describing novel and original research are solicited in the
areas related to aerial video processing and applications. Some topics
include (but are certainly not limited to):
· Aerial video registration and stabilization.
· Geo-spatial applications related to aerial video.
· Aerial video archiving, indexing and retrieving.
· Structure and motion from aerial video.
· Urban modeling from aerial video
· Multi-modality aerial data fusion
· Content extraction from aerial video
· Object detection, tracking and recognition in aerial video
· Event and activity analysis of aerial video
Remember that this is a workshop, and submitted papers may or may not
present ideas that do not yet have comprehensive experimental support.
Papers do not necessarily have to describe fully developed algorithms
or significant results (unlike most papers accepted to the primary PAMI
TC conferences CVPR or ICCV). Submitted papers must follow the same format as
the primary conferences.
Registration information will be provided in the main CVPR 2011 page.
Andreas Wendel, Arnold Irschara, Horst Bischof, "Automatic Alignment of 3D Reconstructions using a Digital Surface Model".