Call for Talks and Posters
Proposals for talks and posters at the workshop are invited on any area related to the overall theme of the use of line, plane and Manhattan models for 3-D mapping. Application of such models to other areas related to mapping, eg tracking, will also be considered. We are particularly interested in having contributions which cover of range of sensing technologies and also which consider the development of datasets and benchmarking. Submissions which summarise previously or concurrently published work will be very welcome, as will new or early results relating to novel techniques. We are also particular keen to encourage contributions from early career researchers and PhD students working in the area.
Talks will be allocated 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. Posters should be of size A0 and will be presented at a dedicated session during the workshop, allowing plenty of time for discussion and networking. An earlier poster teaser session will allow authors to highlight their posters prior to the main poster session. An award for the best poster will also be made at the end of the workshop.
Submissions should be in the form of a brief summary of the talk or poster up to a maximum of two sides of A4, including relevant citations to publications relating to the work. Reference to online supplementary material is also welcome. Please indicate clearly at the top whether the submission is for a talk or poster. There are limited spaces available for talks and the organisers will allocate submissions accordingly. Submissions in pdf format should be sent to Andrew Calway, University of Bristol, via email to Andrew.Calway at bristol.ac.uk.