16th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision - CRV 2019

Program Schedule (Revised: May 19, 2019)

DAY 0

Tuesday

May 28

07:00PM- 09:00PM

AI/GI/CRV

Welcome Reception

DAY 1

Wednesday

May 29

Presentation Title (Submission ID, Paper Title)

08:00AM

Breakfast

08:30AM

Joint Welcome

09:00AM

Symposium 1 (Introduction: Michael Brown)

Brian Funt

Intrinsic Colour Problems

09:30AM

James Elder

Explainable 3D Shape from Contour

10:00AM

Oral Session 1 (Chair: James Elder)

Machine Learning Fundamentals I

15        Decoupling spatial pattern and its movement via complex factorization over orthogonal filter pairs

11        Intriguing Properties of Randomly Weighted Networks: Generalizing While Learning Next to Nothing

10:30AM

Coffee Break

11:00AM

Opening Keynote (Introduction: Michael Brown)

David Hsu

See to Act, Act to See

11:30AM

12:00PM

Oral Session 2 (Chair: Michael Brown)

Machine Learning Fundamentals II

19         Resource-Aware Multicriterial Optimization of DNNs for Low-Cost Embedded Applications

79        Direct Fitting of Gaussian Mixture Models

12:30PM

Lunch

01:00PM

01:30PM

02:00PM

Dissertation Award Session (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Aïcha BenTaieb

Analyzing Cancers in Digitized Histopathology Images

Yannick Hold-Geoffroy

Learning Geometric and Lighting Priors from Natural Images

03:00PM

Symposium 2 (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Liam Paull

Duckietown and the AI Driving Olympics

03:30PM

Oral Session 3 (Chair: Liam Paull)

Applied Machine Learning I

36        Rectification of Camera-Captured Document Images with Mixed Contents and Varied Layouts

23        On Building Classification from Remote Sensor Imagery Using Deep Neural Networks and the Relation Between Classification and Reconstruction Accuracy

04:00PM- 07:00PM

Industry Spotlight / AI●GI Poster Sessions

07:00PM

CRV 2019 VIP Dinner

Conference on Computer and Robot Vision - 2019

DAY 2

Thursday

May 30

Presentation Title (Submission ID, Paper Title)

08:00AM

Breakfast

08:30AM

Oral Session 4 (Chair: Jean-François Lalonde)

Human Action Prediction

26        STAR-Net: Action Recognition using Spatio-Temporal Activation Reprojection

50        Human Motion Prediction via Pattern Completion in Latent Representation Space

09:00AM

Symposium 3 (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Paul Kry

Artistic Aerial Robots

09:30AM

Jean-François Lalonde

Learning to Estimate Lighting

10:00AM

Oral Session 5 (Chair: Jim Little)

Adversarial Machine Learning

29        Adversarially Learned Abnormal Trajectory Classifier

34        Hierarchically-fused Generative Adversarial Network for text to realistic image synthesis

10:30AM

Coffee Break

11:00AM

Poster Session

See List of Papers on Next Page

11:30AM

12:00PM

12:30PM

Lunch

01:00PM

01:30PM

02:00PM

Symposium 4 (Introduction: Michael Brown)

Kwang Moo Yi

Multi-view Geometry with Deep Learning

02:30PM

Jim Little

Challenges in Automating Sports Broadcasting

03:00PM

Oral Session 6 (Chair: François Michaud)

Applied Machine Learning II

68        Active Vision in the Era of Convolutional Neural Networks

16        Apparent Age Estimation with Relational Networks

03:30PM

Coffee Break

04:00PM

Symposium 5 (Introduction: Michael Brown)

Olga Veksler

Efficient Graph Cut Optimization for Full CRFs with Quantized Edges

04:30PM

François Michaud

RTAB-Map and ODAS - Two Open Source Libraries for Robots in the Real World

05:00PM- 06:00PM

CIPPRS AGM (tentative)

06:00PM- 08:30PM

Banquet

Award Presentation

Conference on Computer and Robot Vision - 2019

CRV Papers Accepted for Posters* Presentations on May 30 (Thursday), 10:30am - 12:30pm

*recommended poster size: A0 landscape (47'' x 33'' / 1.2m x 0.8m)

Presentation Title (Submission ID, Paper Title)

6        Generative Adversarial Networks Using Adaptive Convolution

12        Instance Segmentation based Semantic Matting for Compositing Applications

22        Robust Facial Alignment with Internal Denoising Auto-Encoder

30        HandSeg: An Automatically Labeled Dataset for Hand Segmentation from Depth Images

33        Automated Acquisition of Anisotropic Friction

35        Traffic Risk Assessment: A Two-Stream Approach Using Dynamic-Attention

52        Commodifying Pointing in HRI: Simple and Fast Pointing Gesture Detection from RGB-D Images

58        Two-stream Action Recognition in Ice Hockey using Player Pose Sequences and Optical Flows

66        Automatic Temporally Coherent Video Colorization

69        Investigating Trust Factors in Human-Robot Shared Control: Implicit Gender Bias Around Robot Voice

73        Pose-projected Action Recognition Hourglass Network (PARHN) in Soccer

78        aUToTrack: A Lightweight Object Detection and Tracking System for the SAE AutoDrive Challenge

DAY 3

Friday

May 31

Presentation Title (Submission ID, Paper Title)

08:00AM

Breakfast

08:30AM

Oral Session 7 (Chair: David Meger)

Mapping

46        Mapless Online Detection of Dynamic Objects in 3D Lidar

37        Network Uncertainty Informed Semantic Feature Selection for Visual SLAM

09:00AM

Symposium 6 (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Florian Shkurti        

Collaborative Human-Robot Environmental Monitoring

09:30AM

Dave Meger        

Deep Reinforcement Learning that Matters

10:00AM

Oral Session 8 (Chair: Yang Wang)

Localization

14        Towards Direct Localization for Visual Teach and Repeat

71        Point Me In The Right Direction: Improving Visual Localization on UAVs with Active Gimballed Camera Pointing

10:30AM

Coffee Break

11:00AM

Symposium 7 (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Yang Wang

Deep Learning Models for Video Summarization

11:30AM

Closing Keynote (Introduction: Anqi Xu)

Chris Pal

From Vision and Learning to Action and Understanding

12:00PM

12:30PM

CRV 2019 Closing Remarks

12:30PM

AI●GI●CRV 2019 Organization Review Meeting