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RFMI 2016

The sixth edition of the international workshop on Representations, analysis and recognition of shape and motion FroM Imaging data (RFMI 2016) will take place at the authentic village of Sidi Bou Said (north Tunis in Tunisia). The goal of the workshop is to promote interaction and collaboration among researchers working on static and dynamic shape analysis and their applications in scene understanding, computer animation, robotics, cultural heritage conservation and medical diagnostics. The rapid development of emerging imaging sensors technologies (3D/4D cameras, medical imaging devices, depth-consumer cameras, 3D/4D microscopy, etc.) is pushing forth new research directions to study imaged shapes as well as their motion for advanced modeling, statistical analysis and behavior understanding.

The perspective of the RFMI 2016 workshop will be to strengthen the relationship between the many areas that have as a key meet point, the study of shape and motion and the design of relevant geometric and computational tools. Thus, it will be a great opportunity to encourage links between researchers in the areas of computer vision, computer graphics, affective computing and medical imaging who share common problems and frequently use similar tools.

RFMI 2016 will consist of three days of oral sessions, poster sessions and three international plenary invited talks. The workshop topics are organized in three tracks, they include (but not restricted to),

Track 1 Biometrics, Surveillance and Analysis of humans

  • Face, fingerprint and iris recognition
  • Other biometrics (gait, soft, speaker, periocular, etc.), novel biometrics
  • Biometrics for mobile devices
  • Biometric systems and applications
  • Gesture, action/activity and behavioral analysis
  • Surveillance and security
  • Human computer/robot interaction
  • Facial expression recognition
  • Affective computing
  • Depth and range sensor data processing and analysis
  • Applications of pattern recognition to big data

Track 2 Biomedical Image Analysis and Applications

  • Medical/Biological image and signal analysis
  • Computer-aided detection and diagnosis
  • Image guidance and robot guidance of interventions
  • Deformable object tracking and registration
  • Computational anatomy and digital human
  • Imaging and hardware for health care
  • Brain-computer interfaces
  • Machine (deep) Learning for biomedical image analysis

Track 3 Art, Cultural Heritage and Entertainment

  • 3D digitization of cultural heritage
  • Archiving cultural heritage
  • Cultural heritage meets virtual reality
  • Mobile cultural heritage
  • Heritage restoration
  • Cultural heritage and human interaction

IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission of papers: September, 4

- Notification of acceptance : October, 9

- Camera-ready : October, 25

- Early registration : October, 9-27.

- Onsite (Late) registration: October, 27

- VI RFMI 2016: October 27-29.

    News

  • - A poster session for published research will take place at RFMI-2016. If you are interested, please email your abstract to mejdi.jribi@gmail.com and bring your Poster (deadline : October, 15th)!


    - Endorsed by the IAPR.

    IAPR

    - It is planned to publish the proceedings with Springer in their Communications in Computer and Information Science series.

    Springer


    IMPORTANT DATES

    - Submission of papers: September, 4

    - Notification of acceptance : October, 9

    - Camera-ready : October, 25

    - Early registration : October, 9-27.

    - Onsite (Late) registration: October, 27

    - VI RFMI 2016: October 27-29.

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The aim of the RFMI workshop is to promote this research topic and present recent research for shape and motion analysis for diverse applications.

– Honor chair : Pr. Faouzi Ghorbel