3D Reconstruction meets Semantics 2018 – Program

Important Dates

  • May: Release of new dataset and beginning of challenge
  • July 17th (23:59 GMT): Paper submission deadline (EXTENDED)
  • July 17th (23:59 GMT): Challenge submission deadline (EXTENDED)
  • July 31th: Decisions released to authors
  • August 1st: Challenge results evaluated
  • September 7th: Extended abstract final submission deadline
  • September 7th: Presentation slides submission deadline
  • September 9th: Workshop @ ECCV (9:00 CET)
  • September 30th (23:59 GMT): Full paper camera ready deadline

Program

Date: Morning of Sunday September, 9th 2018

Place: N1179, TU Munich

Workshop proceedings including full papers will be available after the conference (expected October 2018). Extended abstracts and presentation slides can be downloaded by clicking the titles below.

Presentation Instructions

All accepted papers and extended abstracts will be presented through both a spotlight and a poster presentation. Spotlight presentations are 4 minutes for papers and 2 minutes for extended abstracts. Since there will be a poster session, there will be no questions during the spotlight presentations.
To avoid problems when switching laptops, we kindly ask all presenters to send us their slides (either as a Powerpoint or PDF file) until September 7th. Please upload the slides to a web platform, e.g., Google Drive or Dropbox, and send a link to the file to Torsten Sattler. If this is not possible for you or there are problems, please contact Torsten Sattler.
Posters will have to be in portrait mode as the poster boards are 1.2×1 meters and cannot hold landscape posters. This is the same for all workshops and we will not be able to change this. More details can be found on the conference website.

Registration

Please note that for every paper and extended abstract that is presented at the workshop, at least one author needs to attend the workshop. Thus, at least one author needs be registered for ECCV (either workshops only or the main conference including the workshops). Registration instructions were sent to authors via CMT.

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