General Information for Workshops
Workshops provide an informal setting where the participants have the opportunity to discuss cutting-edge research issues and emerging topics in image and video technology in an atmosphere that fosters the active exchange of ideas. We hope to bring together researchers from different academic communities as well as from industry or public institutions. Each workshop should be well-focused, and encourage collaboration and discussions among the participants.
Workshop duration may be between half day or a full day. Workshops may consist of talks by invited speakers, panel discussions, presentations by authors of contributed papers, or a combination of the above. For more details please visit each individual website by following the hyperlinks.
PSIVT 2017 Workshops
The six workshops to be held during PSIVT 2017 are:
Contact: Jingying Chen, Central China Normal University, China
Contact: Xiwei Liu, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Contact: Paul L. Rosin, School of Computer Science & Informatics, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Contact: Jacky Baltes, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, China
Contact: Ralf Reulke, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Contact: Jinsheng Xiao, Wuhan University, China
Workshop organizers are responsible of the scientific organization and advertising of the event:
• papers must be peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers;
• papers must comply with the PSIVT2017 proceedings style (i.e., LNCS format), and have a maximum length of 14 pages;
Workshops will benefit from the registration process of PSIVT2017. During registration the participants will specify which workshop they are going to attend.
Workshop papers that are presented at PSIVT2017 Workshops are planned to be published in a single-volume post-conference proceedings by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture-Notes-in-Computer-Science series, to be arranged by the PSIVT 2017 general workshop chairs.
Conference and workshop papers will be available to participants on memory sticks. Chairs of workshops are responsible for collecting all the accepted papers and ensuring the proper LNCS format.