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AMDO 2020 : 11th Workshop on Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects

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Conference Series : Articulated Motion and Deformable Objects
 
Link: http://www.visigrapp.org/AMDO.aspx
 
When Feb 29, 2020 - Feb 29, 2020
Where La Valetta, Malta
Submission Deadline Dec 24, 2019
Notification Due Jan 10, 2020
Final Version Due Jan 17, 2020
Categories    human motion   human modelling   human animation   facial analysis
 

Call For Papers

The Mathematics and Computer Science Department of the UIB, the Spanish Association for Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis (AERFAI) and the Communications & Computer Engineering Department, University of Malta, are organising the eleventh international workshop AMDO 2020 that will take place in Valletta, Malta. The goal of this workshop is to promote interaction and collaboration among researchers working in the areas covered by the workshop. A study of the human body using computer technologies as the main tool is the unifying theme of the workshop. The AMDO 2020 workshop offers a great opportunity to encourage collaboration between researchers in the areas of computer vision, computer graphics, advanced multimedia applications and human multimodal interfaces that share common problems and frequently use similar techniques or tools. Our main focus in this edition is on advanced techniques applied to Human Motion Analysis & Synthesis. AMDO 2020 will consist of one day plenary sessions (both regular and invited presentations). The workshop registration fee is defined on the VISIGRAPP website and includes the same services as the other parallel conferences. Students and AERFAI members can register at a reduced rate.

TOPICS INCLUDE, Human Modelling & Animation, Human Motion Analysis & Tracking, 3D Human Reconstruction & Recognition, Human 3D Medical Deformable Models & Visualization. Advanced Human Computer Applications. Facial Expression Analysis, Recognition and Modelling.

PAPER SUBMISSION AND REVIEW PROCESS:
Papers should describe original and unpublished work on the above or closely related topics. All submissions should be in pdf format. Papers are limited to ten pages including references, in the LNCS format, and should include the title, a 150-word abstract, keywords and the main body. All submitted papers are subjected to a double blind review by at least two members of the program committee. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure anonymity (no names and affiliation) of their submission. Please submit your paper electronically at our website using the software provided by VISIGRAPP organization committee http://www.visigrapp.org/AMDO.aspx. The AMDO2020 program committee must receive your paper before December 24th, 2019, 17:00 GMT (London time). The accepted papers will be published in a LNCS Springer-Verlag series volume or in a special Issue in the Pattern Recognition Journal. Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors of accepted papers to register for the workshop at the full registration rate, and to present their communication at the workshop.

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