Program

Program

We plan to run a lively and interactive workshop. Most time will be spent on invited talks with a 15 minutes discussion round after each talk.

8:45 9:15 Organizers Welcome and Introduction - slides
9:15 9:45 Kyros Kutulakos Seeing the World with a Billion-Degree-Of-Freedom Camera
      Coffee BREAK  
10:30 11:00 Vladlen Koltun  
11:15 11:45 Manmohan Chandraker On Shape and BRDF Recovery from Motion Cues
      Lunch BREAK  
13:30 14:00 Michael Weinmann Challenges in Modeling and Capturing Material Appearance
14:15 14:45 Sebastian Nowozin Realtime Shape, Illumination, and Albedo from Time-of-Flight: A full Bayesian treatment
      Coffee BREAK  
15:30 16:30 Poster Session  
16:30 17:00 Michael Black Approximate Differentiable Rendering and its Application to Human Pose and Shape Estimation - slides
17:15 17:45 Organizers Discussion on Reference Datasets, Wrap up

Accepted Full Paper (Poster):

  • Kim, Torii, Okutomi: Joint estimation of depth, reflectance and illumination for depth refinement
  • Jin, Chandramouli, Favaro: Bilayer Blind Deconvolution with the Light Field Camera
  • Arun, Ambasamudram, Seetharaman: Multi-Shot Deblurring for 3D Scenes
  • Conde, Shahlaei, Blanz, Loffeld: Efficient and Robust Inverse Lighting of a Single Face Image using Compressive Sensing
  • Shelhamer, Barron, Darrell: Scene Intrinsics and Depth from a Single Image

Accepted Short Paper (Poster):

  • Köhler, Schölkopf, Hirsch: Precise Depth Estimation from Light Field Images

Date:

December 12, 2015