What is Motion for? Call for Papers

What is Motion for?
 Workshop in conjunction with ECCV 2022

Website: https://what-is-motion-for.github.io/

Motion is an important cue for many perception tasks from navigation
to scene understanding. This workshop will explore various ways of
representing and extracting motion information, and provide a venue to
exchange ideas about the use of motion in Computer Vision.

To this end, we invite paper contributions discussing temporal and
motion representations and applications, evaluation metrics, and
benchmarks that will help understand and shape the future of temporal
and motion representations and its role in the field of computer
vision and other related areas.

The workshop will focus on topics including (but not limited to):

    Motion representations (optical flow, stereo, scene flow, and alternatives)
    Benchmarks involving motion estimation or motion understanding
    Multi-frame and long term motion representations 

    Applications of motion estimation and representations and the
    impact on other computer vision problems (e.g. tracking, action
    classification, video captioning, etc)

    Motion representations in other applications, such as graphics,
    autonomous driving, robotics, medical imaging, animal tracking etc

    Event cameras and applications of event-based representations

Important Dates

    Paper submission deadline: Sep 3rd, 2022
    Notification to authors: September 26th, 2022
    Finalized workshop program: October 10th, 2022
    Workshop: During ECCV (Oct. 23-27, 2022); exact date TBD

Paper & Submission format

We will accept submissions in two formats:

    Previously published papers (up to 12 pages in ECCV submission
    format) representing work that is relevant to the workshop and has
    been published in a peer-reviewed venue before. These submissions
    will be checked for relevance to the workshop, but will not
    undergo a complete review, and will not be published in the
    workshop proceedings.

    Novel works and ideas in the form of full papers (up to 12 pages
    in ECCV submission format) or extended abstracts (up to 4 pages,
    no format will be given preference over the other) representing
    novel work that has not been previously published or accepted for
    publication in a peer-reviewed venue. These submissions will
    undergo double-blind review, and authors of accepted works will
    have the option to have their work included in the ECCV workshop
    proceedings. Note that if you want to re-submit your paper to a
    future Computer Vision conference, the length should not exceed 4
    pages including citations.

Accepted papers will be presented as posters/short online
presentations, and the authors of the best paper will be invited to
give an oral presentation. The workshop website will provide links to
the accepted papers. Authors of novel and previously unpublished
papers will have the option to have their papers included in the ECCV
workshop proceedings.