- Call for Demonstrations
- Exhibitor Prospectus
- Exhibitor Information
- Demo Application and Agreement
- Accepted Demos
ACCV 2016 Call for Demonstrations
Demo submission: September 13, 2016
Demo acceptance: September 20, 2016
Researchers in computer vision and related disciplines are invited to submit applications for demonstrations. Applications are not limited to papers or workshop papers at ACCV 2016. However, researchers are encouraged to demonstrate the effectiveness of methods described in papers presented in the present or past conferences, or in other venues.All applicants should fill out and submit the provided demo application form and e-mail it to Gee-Sern (Jison) Hsu. All presenters of accepted demos must be registered at the conference. Demos will be selected based on their time of submission, their relevance to ACCV, their scientific merit, and how interactive the demo is.
Please note that demos by industrial partners are welcome, but commercial products should be presented as part of the ACCV exhibits rather than demonstrations. The main difference between the demos and exhibits categories is that demos are related to specific research works (not necessarily presented at this ACCV), while exhibits are related to products. For more details on exhibitions, please see the Exhibitor Information.
For more information please e-mail Gee-Sern (Jison) Hsu.
ACCV 2016 – Exhibitor Prospectus
- Space Assignments.
The following rules and regulations governing the exhibit under the auspices of the ACCV 2016 Conference are part of the application for space and constitute a contract between the Exhibitor and the Conference. They have been formulated in the best interest of the Exhibitor and full cooperation of the Exhibitor in their observance is asked. Any detail not specified is subject to decision by the Organizing Committee of the Conference. Exhibit space will be assigned based on the date the expression of interest is received, i.e. first-come-first-served basis.
1.1 Space Selection — The Exhibitor agrees to accept the space assigned. The application, along with full payment for exhibit booth, should be submitted by Tuesday 13th September 2016. The Conference reserves the right to modify the designated exhibit booth in the event a change in the original assignment is necessary. The acceptance of these terms and conditions along with the full payment for space rental charges constitute a contract.
1.2 Rental Fees — Exhibitor package are priced $1,200 for one day, $1,400 for two days and $1,600 for all three days. The package includes one free registration, an exhibit booth, one table, two chairs and Taiwan standard 110V power plug. Exhibitors can purchase additional booth staff registrations for $300 each, maximum 3 per exhibitor/sponsor. Exhibitors are responsible for any other requirement needed, including flat screens, shipping, etc. Wireless internet access will be available on-site, but the conference cannot be responsible for signal strength or other aspects of the wireless connection.
1.3 Terms of Payment — No application will be processed without remittance of full payment. Payment may be made using instructions on the registration payment page. Subletting of exhibit space is not permitted.
1.4 Cancellations — In case of cancellation of the exhibit space, the total amount paid will be deemed to be a cancellation fee.
1.5 Failure to Occupy Space — Any Exhibitor failing to occupy space is not relieved of the obligation to pay full rental price for the exhibit space. The Conference shall have the right to use exhibit space as it sees fit, provided the space is not occupied by the scheduled exhibitor at the time the main Conference opens unless prior alternative arrangements have been agreed upon.
1.6 Badges and Staffing — Each exhibiting company will receive 2 Exhibitor passes. Exhibitor passes include access to the Exhibition and breaks. Additional full registrations may be purchased at the normal price through the on-line registration form. Exhibits must be staffed during show hours. The Conference exhibits will be on during the main conference (Nov. 20 – 24, 2016). For hours, see the program at http://188.8.131.52/accv2016/. Please note that you will be in violation of regulations if the exhibit is not staffed. Identification badges may be picked up at the registration desk. Badge exchange between exhibitor representatives is not permitted.
- Operation of Exhibits.
The management reserves the right to restrict exhibits which, because of sound, method of operation, materials, content, health and safety or any other reason are deemed objectionable. The management also reserves the right to prohibit or evict any exhibit as a whole. Exhibits must be arranged so as not to obstruct the view or otherwise interfere with the displays of other Exhibitors, Demonstrators or Presenters. This restriction includes person(s), object(s), conduct, printed material, noise, or anything of a character which may be objectionable to the exhibit as a whole. In the event of such restriction or eviction, ACCV is not liable for any refunds, rentals or other exhibit expenses.
- Contractual Considerations
3.1 Violations — As a condition for exhibiting, each Exhibitor shall agree to observe all relevant policies. Violators may not be eligible to exhibit at future ACCV Conference meetings.
3.2 Insurance — Insurance on all exhibits is the responsibility of the Exhibitor. ACCV will not assume any responsibility for property loss or damage. ACCV will not accept any public liability claims, as stated in the section on Limitation of Liability. Exhibitors are advised and encouraged to carry insurance to cover their property against damage and loss and public liability insurance for claims of injury to the person and property of others.
3.3 Limitation of Liability — The Exhibitors agree with the ACCV that the ACCV shall not be liable for any damage or liability of any kind or for any damage or injury to persons or property during the term of this agreement, from any cause whatsoever by reason of use, occupation and enjoyment of exhibit space, the Exhibitors or any person thereon with the consent of the Exhibitors. The Exhibitors also agree to hold harmless to ACCV from all liability whatsoever, on account of such damage, or injury, whether or not caused by negligence of or breach of an obligation by the Exhibitors, its associates, employees or representatives.
ACCV 2016 – Exhibitor Information
ACCV 2016 would be proud of hosting exhibits of advanced computer vision technology, products, and publications. Our exhibit tables are strategically placed to ensure maximum exposure and interaction between the exhibitors and conference attendees. We particularly encourage companies and other commercial entities or laboratories to participate in showcasing their products.
The main difference between the demos and exhibits categories is that demos are related to specific research works (not necessarily presented at this ACCV), while exhibits are related to products.
The exhibitors must agree to the terms and conditions in the Exhibitor Prospectus during the registration process. All registrations will be made online via the registration website, payment can be made by credit cards. Additional items are also ordered during the online registration. The deadline for exhibit applications is September 13, 2016.
For exhibitors, we are offering the following basic package:
Basic Exhibitor Package
($1,200 for one day, $1,400 for two days and $1,600 for all three days)
- 1 free Registration
- Free exhibit booth with an exhibit table
Both exhibitors and sponsors can purchase additional booth staff registrations for $300 each, maximum 3 per exhibitor/sponsor. As noted in the sponsorship table, ACCV 2016 is offering discount Exhibit tables for Corporate Sponsors. If interested, contact Xue Mei for details.
ACCV 2016 – Demo Application and Agreement
Please be advised that all presenters and attendants of the accepted demos must be registered to the conference. A list of demos will be published on the ACCV website and will be made available to all the conference participants.
Submit attached to this document a demo title, list of presenters and their affiliation, a <200 word abstract, a list with full citations to published work associated with this demo, and optionally relevant pictures and figures.
Space Assignment. Space will be assigned based on the date the application is received. The assignments will be e-mailed on October 4, 2016.
Space Selections. The demo presenters agree to accept the space assigned. The conference reserves the right to modify the designated demo space when a change in the original assignment is necessary.
Acceptance of Demo. The demo chair will make the acceptance decision of the demo presentations based on all applications received by September 13. Only complete applications received by e-mail will be considered. The acceptance of a demo requires that all presenters will register for the conference.
What is included? The conference will provide a table, two chairs, and electric outlet, and internet access.
Violations. As a condition for presenting a demo, you must agree to observe all policies.
Insurance. Advise your agent! Insurance on all demo equipment is the responsibility of the demo presenter. The conference will not assume any responsibility for property loss or damage to personal property, as stated in the section on Limitation of Liability. You are advised and encouraged to carry insurance to cover your property against damage and loss and public liability insurance for claims of injury to the person and property of others.
Limitation of Liability. Demo presenters agree with conference that the conference shall not be liable for any damage or liability of any kind or for any damage or injury to persons or property during the term of this agreement, from any cause whatsoever by reason of use, occupation, and enjoyment of demo space by demo presenter or any person thereon with the consent of demo presenter and that demo presenter will indemnify and hold harmless the conference from all liability whatsoever, on account of such damage or injury, whether or not caused by negligence of or breach of an obligation by Exhibitor or its employees or representative.
D1. Stereo Depth based Human Detection and Tracking for Queue Analysis, by Csaba Beleznai.
D2. Component-Based Distributed Framework for Coherent and Real-Time Video Dehazing, by Meihua Wang, Jiaming Mai, Yun Liang, Tom Z. J. Fu, Zhenjie Zhang and Ruichu Cai.
D3. Based on 3D Trajectory Projection Object Grouping and Classification for Video Synopsis, by Jing-Ming Guo, Yu-Da Lin.
D4. Recognition from Hand Cameras: A Revisit with Deep Learning, by Cheng-Sheng Chan, Ting-An Chien, Tz-Ying Wu, Min Sun.
D5. Visual-Inertial Ego-Positioning for Flying Cameras, by Meng-Hsun Chou, Hsin-Ruey Tsai, Qiao Liang, Tian-Yi Shen, Kuan-Wen Chen, Yi-Ping Hung.
D6. Deep Learning of Facial Attributes, by Cheng-Hua Hsieh, Ming-Shiang Chen, Hung-Cheng Shie, Yan-Xiang Chen, Gee-Sern Jison Hsu.
D7. LRP — A General Tool to Explain Predictions of Deep Neural Networks, by Wojciech Samek and Alexander Binder.