posted May 21, 2013, 4:46 AM by Christian Timmerer
Models and tools for the automatic analysis of human behaviors and social interactions are increasing their relevance in a broad range of application domains, including entertainment, security, surveillance, human computer interfaces and psychology among other fields. The availability of new devices capable of multimodal data acquisition paves the way to new solutions to the analysis and recognition of human activities in social contexts, hand and body gestures, facial expressions, interactions with objects, expressive speech. This workshop is to bring together leading researchers in this and related fields to advocate and promote the research into human behaviors and social interactions analysis. The workshop aims to provide an interactive platform for researchers to disseminate their most recent research results, discuss rigorously and systematically potential solutions and challenges, and promote new collaborations among researchers.
Relevant topics for the workshop include but are not limited to:
- Multimodal human behavior analysis
- 2D/3D object recognition in social contexts
- 2D/3D action/behavior recognition in social contexts
- Group and group behavior detection, tracking and recognition
- Representation and modeling of human body language
- Modeling and recognition of gestures, actions and group activities
- Facial behavior analysis and synthesis
- 3D pose estimation
- Social Human-Computer-Interfaces
- Face and people identification and re-identification in social contexts
- Benchmark datasets for training and testing
- Applications in Games industry, Biometrics, Surveillance and Security, Augmented reality, Cultural Heritage
All deadlines should be intended as hard deadlines.
Paper submission deadline: May 25, 2013
Notification of acceptance: June 13, 2013
Camera ready paper submission: June 28, 2013
Workshop dates: September 10, 2013.