Workshop on the Architecture of Smart Cameras Call for Papers


                               WASC 2018

               Workshop on the Architecture of Smart Cameras

	    supported by H2020 MSCA Innovative Training Network 
	for the research on Advanced Hardware/Software Components
		 for Integrated/Embedded Vision Systems

                       June, 27-28, 2018
                        Coimbra, Portugal



                    CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS



WASC is dedicated to all aspects of embedded vision systems, smart camera 
networks, smart imagers and vision chips. The purpose of this workshop is 
to create a place to share experiences and concerns while presenting the 
latest advances and work in progress. The setup is rather informal in order 
to foster discussion and promote collaboration between researchers from 
complementary disciplines. 

Researchers and practitioners interested in giving an oral presentation 
or showcasing a demo are invited to register and submit a 1-page 
abstract including title, authors and affiliations before May 20th.

Participation in WASC is free (subject to seat availability) but online
registration is mandatory to attend the workshop 



This is a non-exhaustive list of topics covered by this workshop. Other 
topics of interest related to research and development of embedded 
vision systems are also welcome.

    Architectures for image understanding and other sensory modalities

    Signal and image processing architectures

    Configurable and FPGA-based perception architectures

    Parallel architectures and algorithms for smart camera

    Smart sensors and sensor fusion

    VLSI perception systems

    Embedded use of perception systems

    Architectural performance evaluation

    Distributed processing for perception systems

    Languages, software environments and programming tools

    Vision and multisensor perception

    Architectures and protocols for camera networks

    Embedded vision programming

    Deep learning in embedded vision

The workshop offers ample time for discussions as there are no time
limits for the presentations, they last until the last question. The
breaks are comfortably long.  Moreover, the workshop is fully free and
no membership of any organization (such as IEEE/ACM/..) is mandatory.


    Submission of 1-page abstract and/or demo: June 10, 2018

    Registration deadline: June 15, 2018

    The workshop is scheduled for 27th and 28th of June 2018