Microsoft is proud to be a Diamond sponsor of the European Conference on Computer Vision in Munich September 8, 2018 – September 14, 2018. Come by our booth to chat with our experts, see demos of our latest research and find out about career opportunities with Microsoft.
Saturday AM | Theresianum 606
HoloLens as a tool for computer vision research
Saturday PM | Theresianum 601
Vision for XR
Invited talk: Mark Pollefeys
Sunday AM | N1179
3D Reconstruction Meets Semantics (3DRMS)
Program chair: Mark Pollefeys
Sunday PM | Audimax 0980
360° Perception and Interaction
Invited talk: Mark Pollefeys
Sunday PM | Theresianum 606
Observing and Understanding Hands in Action (HANDS2018)
Invited talk: Andrew Fitzgibbon
Sunday PM | N1090ZG
Women in Computer Vision | N1090ZG
Workshop panelist: Andrew Fitzgibbon
Sunday PM | Theresianum 602
1st Person in Context (PIC) Workshop and Challenge
Invited talk: Wenjun Zeng
Sunday All Day | 1200
ApolloScape: Vision-based Navigation for Autonomous Driving
Invited talk and panelist: Mark Pollefeys
Monday, September 9, 2018 | 10:00 AM | 1A
From Face Recognition to Models of Identity: A Bayesian Approach to Learning about Unknown Identities from Unsupervised Data
Daniel Castro, Sebastian Nowozin
Weixuan Chen, Daniel McDuff
Carl Toft, Erik Stenborg, Lars Hammarstrand, Lucas Brynte, Marc Pollefeys, Torsten Sattler, Fredrik Kahl
Monday, September 9, 2018 | 4:00 PM | 1B
Konstantinos-Nektarios Lianos, Johannes Schönberger, Marc Pollefeys, Torsten Sattler
Joseph DeGol, Timothy Bretl, Derek Hoiem
Tuesday, September 10, 2018 | 10:00 AM | 2A
Navaneeth Bodla, Gang Hua, Rama Chellappa
Xiao Sun, Bin Xiao, Fangyin Wei, Shuang Liang, Yichen Wei
Dong Li, Zhaofan Qiu, Qi Dai, Ting Yao, Tao Mei
Nikolaos Karianakis, Zicheng Liu, Yinpeng Chen, Stefano Soatto
Bin Xiao, Haiping Wu, Yichen Wei
Tuesday, September 10, 2018 | 4:00 PM | 2B
Zhirong Wu, Alexei Efros, Stella Yu
Wednesday, September 11, 2018 | 10:00 AM | 3A
Tianlang Chen, Zhongping Zhang, Quanzeng You, Chen Fang, Zhaowen Wang, Hailin Jin, Jiebo Luo
Sergey Prokudin, Sebastian Nowozin, Peter Gehler
Renjiao Yi, Chenyang Zhu, Ping Tan, Stephen Lin
Yagiz Aksoy, Changil Kim, Petr Kellnhofer, Sylvain Paris, Mohamed A. Elghareb, Marc Pollefeys, Wojciech Matusik
Wednesday, September 11, 2018 | 2:30 PM | 3B
Yalong Bai, Jianlong Fu, Tao Mei
Hai Ci, Chunyu Wang, Yizhou Wang
Ian Cherabier, Johannes Schönberger, Martin R. Oswald, Marc Pollefeys, Andreas Geiger
Thursday, September 12, 2018 | 10:00 AM | 4A
Ting Yao, Yingwei Pan, Yehao Li, Tao Mei
Yumin Suh, Jingdong Wang, Kyoung Mu Lee
Thursday, September 12, 2018 | 4:00PM | 4B
Mohammed Fathy, Quoc-Huy Tran, Zeeshan Zia, Paul Vernaza, Manmohan Chandraker
Zheng Shou, Hang Gao, Lei Zhang, Kazuyuki Miyazawa, Shih-Fu Chang
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