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Call for Workshops

We invite workshop proposals for the 2011 IEEE Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG 2011) in Santa Barbara, CA. Accepted workshops will take place on March 21 and 25, 2011, in the same venue as the FG 2011 main conference, the Doubletree Resort in Santa Barbara, CA.

We solicit proposals on any topics of interests to the FG community. Complementary to the main venue, we especially encourage proposals that are stemmed from emerging new fields or new application domains related to face and gesture analysis. Interdisciplinary topics that could attract a significant cross-section of the community are highly valued. Workshop organizers who have a strong track record in the field will be a plus. Workshop proposals must be sent to the workshop chair, Gang Hua (ganghua AT gmail.com), with email subject "FG 2011 Workshop Proposal: [title of your workshop]". A proposal should include the following information to facilitate the decision process:

  • Title, technical topics, and sample call for papers;
  • Two or three paragraphs to justify the workshop of interest;
  • Specify the relationship, if any, to previous workshops;
  • Name, email contact, and short bio of each of the main organizers;
  • Tentative length of the workshop (one-half day to two full days);
  • Tentative program committee, and invited speakers, if any;
  • Estimated number of submissions and acceptance rate;
  • Specify if a poster session will be included;
  • Preferred date(s);
  • Special space or equipment requests, if any;
  • Tentative paper submission and review schedule;
  • Specify if there will be non-peer reviewed invited paper, if so, how many?
  • Requested financial support from the main conference (generally less than 600.00 US Dollars);

In coordination with the main conference, the workshop paper submission, review, acceptance notification, and final manuscript due must all be handled between December 9 and January 19. The final version due date should be the same day as the main conference final paper due. Financial support from the main conference is not guaranteed and is depending on budget. The deadline for all workshop proposals is October 20, 2010. Decisions will be made by November 15, 2010. We encourage all accepted workshops to use the Microsoft CMT system for handling the paper submissions and reviews.

For any additional questions please contact Gang Hua, FG 2011 Workshops Chair, by emailing ganghua AT gmail.com.

For your reference, below is a list of workshops held in conjunction with previous FG conferences :

  • Workshop on Facial and Bodily Expressions for Control and Adaptation of Games (ECAG'08) in FG 2008
  • Workshop on Psychology of Face and Gesture Recognition Workshos in FG 2006
  • Workshop on Psychology of Face and Gesture Recognition Workshop in FG 2000
  • First IEEE International Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Tracking and Surveillance (PETS2000)

Latest News at FG

   

FG 2011 was a success, with great keynote talks, an excellent program of presentations, posters, demos, and exhibits, as well as five workshops and three tutorials. Thanks to everyone whose efforts made the conference possible!

The proceedings will be available at IEEE Xplore in the near future. The location and organizers of FG 2013 will be announced here soon.


Registration hours

*Weather Update* - The weather forecast for the week of FG is not good - rainy and relatively cool. Bring an umbrella if you can!

Santa Barbara weather - 5-day forecast

No health risk to California from radiation

UCSB Allosphere tour

All conference presenters: please see the Information for Presenters.

The final program is available for the main conference.

Tutorials will be presented at FG 2011 on Monday and Friday. See the list and schedule of tutorials and workshops.

Scheduled keynote speakers