ICVGIP 2004 was organized by D. Dutta Majumder and O. Faugeras (General Co-Chairs), B. Chanda, S. Chandran and L. S. Davis (Programme Co-Chairs) and M. K. Kundu (Organizing Chair).  The event was supported by various Indian Government agencies, industries and academic societies and by IAPR.  ICVGIP has grown over the years with about 304 submissions this year from 23 countries.  Because of the single-track format of ICVGIP, only 120 papers (24 oral and 96 poster) were accepted for presentation.


More than 250 researchers and scientists attended the conference.  The conference had five oral sessions, five poster sessions and one industry session.  ICVGIP witnessed 20 oral presentation and 74 poster presentation this year.  In the industry session, five different multinational companies presented their R&D activities in the field of vision, graphics and image processing.  In addition to that it had five plenary talks delivered by Henry Baird of Lehigh University, Peter J. Burt of Sarnoff Corporation, Brian Curless of University of Washington, Partha P. Das of Interra Systems and Ken Nakayama of Harvard University. 


A pre-conference tutorial was organized on with Andrew Zisserman of University of Oxford, Larry S. Davis of University of Maryland, College Park, Baba C. Vemuri of University of Florida, Gainesville and J. K. Aggarwal of University of Texas, Austin as the speakers.  More than 80 students and researchers attended the tutorial.


The paper by M. Pawan Kumar, P. H. S. Torr and A. Zisserman entitled 'Learning Layered Pictorial Structures from Video' won the Best Paper Award. 


At the valedictory session it was resolved that the next ICVGIP will be held at Madurai in mid-December 2006.

Workshop Report:  ICVGIP

General Co-Chairs: 

D Dutta Majumder (ISI Kolkata)
O Faugeras (INRIA, France)

Text Box: 4th Indian Conference on Cumputer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing
16-18 December 2004, Kolkata, India
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The Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing (ICVGIP) has been organized every two years since 1995 by premier academic institutions and research and development laboratories. The objective of the conference is to bring together researchers in the academic institutions and R&D Laboratories working in the above fields and to use this as a forum to exchange views and ideas in these topics of current research.