9am - 5pm

Monday 22 October - Friday 26 October 2018

Audio-visual scene understanding for immersive multimedia workshop

Hansung Kim,  Adrian Hilton, Hong-Goo Kang and Kwanghoon Sohn will be speaking at this event.

University of Surrey
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This workshop aims to provide a forum to exchange ideas in scene understanding techniques researched in audio and visual communities, and to ultimately unlock the creative potential of joint audio-visual signal processing to deliver a step change in various multimedia applications.

Papers and talks presented in this workshop will contribute to the emerging technology for audio and visual information that can improve traditional approaches for multimedia content production and reproduction.

The goals of this workshop are to:

  1. Present and discuss the latest trends in audio and computer vision fields for the common research goals
  2. Understand state-of-the-art techniques and bottlenecks in the other's discipline for the common topics
  3. Investigate research opportunities of joint audio-visual scene understandings in multimedia content production.

This workshop will be a good opportunity to bring together leading experts in audio processing and computer vision, and will bridge the gap between two research fields in multimedia content production and reproduction.

The whole workshop proceedings with the full paper and the keynote speech information have been officially published in the ACM Digital Library.

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