I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to attend the 12th European Conference on Computer Vision, held in October 2012 in Florence (having last attended ECCV in Stockholm in 1994!). This conference is held every two years, and this year’s was the largest in the conference’s history (with over 1,400 paper submissions and some 1,100 attendees).
A selection of full papers can be found on the Computer Vision Papers website, with all the paper abstracts online on the official ECCV’2012 website. All oral lectures were recorded and are now freely available online on the VideoLectures.net.
The best paper recipients together with the video links of their talks are below:
- Segmentation Propagation in ImageNet (Daniel Kuettel, Matthieu Guillaumin and Vittorio Ferrari)
- Activity Forecasting (Kris Kitani, Brian D. Ziebart, James Bagnell and Martial Hebert)
- Reconstructing the World’s Museums (Jianxiong Xiao and Yasutaka Furukawa)
ECCV 2014 will be held in Zurich – one to look forward to!