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Welcome 

 to the

 38th German Conference on Pattern Recognition
(GCPR 2016) Hannover, Germany, September 12-15 2016 

 

 

GCPR 2016 is the 38th annual symposium of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM, www.dagm.de). These symposia belong to the oldest and largest domestic conferences on pattern recognition, image processing, and computer vision, and use English as the conference language. To reflect the internationalization of the annual DAGM symposia, this conference series has been renamed into German Conference on Pattern Recognition (GCPR). We are looking forward to welcoming researchers in pattern recognition, image processing, computer vision, and related areas to present and discuss recent advances. In the long tradition of DAGM symposia, the single track program and poster sessions will provide the opportunity for open-minded discussions and interaction. The conference will include a Young Researchers Forum and R3 Session

                                                                            

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Presenter Instructions

Oral Presentations

Each paper in an oral session will be allocated 30 minutes. This includes time required for the introduction of the speaker, as well as time for questions from the audience and setup of the next speaker. We therefore advise you to prepare talk of at most 25 minutes and leave time for questions at the end. Please respect this limit, since the talk schedule is very tight. The session chairs will give you a signal when your talk time is coming close to its end, and they will have to break off the talk after 25 minutes if it is not finished by then.

Presenters are requested to be present at the podium at least 15 minutes before the start of their session and introduce themselves to the session chair as soon as they arrive. Presenters are requested to bring their own laptop and test the connection to the AV equipment before the session starts. You can find the name of the session chair of your session listed on the conference website.

Poster Presentations

Each paper in a poster session will be provided with a poster board that can hold a poster in A0 format, portrait or landscape mode. The recommended poster format is A0 landscape. A presenting author is expected to be available in front of the poster for the entire duration of the poster session. Poster boards will be numbered. Your poster number will be the number beside your title in the program. Presenters are requested to mount the poster before the start of the poster session.

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The preliminary program is online.
Please note that there may still be changes.

 

The view the program please click here.

 

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Young Researchers Grants still available!

For further Informations click here


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Paper Submission: April 1, 2016   deadline extension fix: April 7, 2016, 23:59 pm

Supplemental material:       April 11th.

Notification:                                 May  30, 2016

Final Version:                               June 17, 2016

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Computation and Machine Learning". It is organized by the GI Fachgruppe Neuronale Netze and by the German Neural networks society.
All informations about the workshop you will find here.

 

 

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The paper submission page is now open!

 
 
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One of the tutorials will be hosted by NVIDIA with a course on CNN-training

on graphics cards.

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 Patrick Perez (Technicolor France)
http://www.technicolor.com/en/patrick-perez

 

Thomas Wiegand (HHI Berlin)
http://iphome.hhi.de/wiegand/

 

David Fleet (University of Toronto)
http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~fleet/

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Paper Submission:      April 01, 2016

Notification:                 May  30, 2016

Final Version:              June 17, 2016