14th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), Amsterdam 2016
The European Conference on Computer Vision is one of the top conferences for researchers in this field and is held biennially in alternation with the International Conference on Computer Vision. It was first held in 1990 in Antibes (France) with subsequent conferences in Santa Margherita Ligure (Italy) in 1992, Stockholm (Sweden) in 1994, Cambridge (UK) in 1996, Freiburg (Germany) in 1998, Dublin (Ireland) in 2000, Copenhagen (Denmark) in 2002, Prague (Czech Republic) in 2004, Graz (Austria) in 2006, Marseille (France) in 2008, and Heraklion (Greece) in 2010 and 2012 in Florence (Italy). To our great delight, the 13th conference is held in Zürich, Switzerland.
ECCV has an established tradition of very high scientific quality and an overall duration of one week.
For more information please visit the ECCV 2016 website.
Oral Session 1A: Detection, Recognition & Retrieval
Spotlight Session 1A: Segmentation
Oral Session 1B: Scene Understanding
Spotlight Session 1B: Recognition & Scene Understanding
Oral Session 2A: Optimization
Spotlight Session 2A: Optimization & Mathematical Models
Oral Session 2B: Image & Video Processing
Spotlight Session 2B: Image Processing & Computational Photography
Oral Session 3A: Learning
Spotlight Session 3A: CNNs
Spotlight Session 3B-3C: 3D & Structure from Motion
Oral Session 4A: 3D
Spotlight Session 4A: Feature Extraction & Matching
Oral Session 4B: Action, Activity & Tracking
Spotlight Session 4B: Human & Face