BMVA technical meeting: Analysis and Processing of RGBD Data
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BMVA technical meeting: Analysis and Processing of RGBD Data

BMVA technical meeting: Analysis and Processing of RGBD Data

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BCS (British Computer Society) in London.

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BMVA Technical meeting : Analysis and Processing of RGBD Data

Weds 1st March 2017, BCS London

Chairs: Paul Rosin & Yukun Lai, Cardiff University

Keynotes Speakers:

Prof. Adrian Hilton, University of Surrey - 4D modelling of dynamic shape from RGBD Data; Dr. Dima Damen, University of Bristol - Challenges and Opportunities for Action and Activity Recognition using RGBD Data;
Prof. Ling Shao, University of East Anglia - Feature Learning from RGB-D Data

Programme

9:20 intro

9:30 keynote 1: Prof. Ling Shao, University of East Anglia - Feature Learning from RGB-D Data

10:10 Recent Advances in RGB-D Hole Filling, Amir Atapour-Abarghouei, Durham University

10:30 Saliency-based Approaches to 2D/RGBD Registration, Mark Brown & David Windridge Surrey University/Middlesex University

10:50 coffee

11:10 Comparing RGBD Encodings for Off-Road Scene Classification by Convolutional Neural Network, Chris Holder, Durham University; A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research

11:30 Real-time Large-Scale Dense 3D Reconstruction with Loop Closure, Victor Adrian Prisacariu, University of Oxford

11:50 Robust RGBD SLAM, Shuda Li, University of Bristol

12:10 lunch

13:00 keynote 2: Dr. Dima Damen, University of Bristol - Challenges and Opportunities for Action and Activity Recognition using RGBD Data;

13:40 Reconstructing Occluded Scene Regions from RGBD through Human Motion Analysis, Sam Fowler, University of Surrey

14:00 Pose Guided RGBD Feat. Learning for 3D Object Pose Estimation, Vassileios Balntas, Imperial

14:20 Hybrid Real Time Hand Pose Estimation, Dr Philip Krejov, University of Surrey

14:40 coffee

15:00 keynote 3: Prof. Adrian Hilton, University of Surrey - 4D modelling of dynamic shape from RGBD Data

15:40 DS-KCF: A real-time tracker for RGB-D data, Sion Hannuna, University of Bristol

16:00 Human body scanning with RGBD cameras, Yukun Lai, Cardiff University

16:20 Human activity monitoring using RGBD sensors, Lili Tao, University of Bristol

16:40 Co-Fusion: Real-time Segmentation, Tracking and Fusion of Objects, Martin Runz, UCL

17:00 finish

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£10 for BMVA Members, £30 for Non Members, including lunch


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