Oct 13: Annauncement of a special issue of IPSJ transaction on CVA associate with OMNIVIS2009.
Sep 1: Technical program is available.
July 27: Camera ready submission site operated by ICCV is open.
July 25: Notification of acceptance has been sent to authors.
May 26: The deadline for submission is extended to June 1st.
April 24: Submission site was open.
March 25: The important dates for submission were updated due to camera ready deadline extended.


Important Dates:

Paper submission deadline: June 1 (23:59PT)
Review deadline(for reviews only): July 10
Notification of acceptance: July 25
Camera ready deadline (Submit to ICCV camera ready submission site): August 14
Workshop date: October 4, 2009


Call for papers:

We are pleased to announce OMNIVIS2009, the Ninth Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera Networks and Non-classical Cameras, to be held on October 4th in conjunction with ICCV2009 in Kyoto, Japan. The OMNIVIS'2009 Workshop continues a series of workshops started in 2000. The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers interested in camera networks and omnidirectional vision including novel imaging and projection systems and catadioptric systems. Contributions are sought on new and original research on any aspect of omnidirectional vision and camera networks, including novel sensor design, panoramic vision applications, and scalable algorithms for large-scale camera networks. All papers will be subject to a double-blind review process which will be carried out by a Program Committee of leading international researchers.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Paper Submission:


The workshop proceedings will be included in the ICCV main conference DVD. Submitted papers should be prepared in the same format as ICCV. Page limit is 8 pages without an extra pages charge unlike ICCV. Your paper will be electrically submitted via the OMNIVIS submission site. Uploaded file of the paper must be PDF format and no more than 10 MB. Author may optionally upload supplemental material for review. All supplemental material must be a single file or zipped into a single file. There is a 10 MB limit on the size of this.

Double blind review:

The review process is double blind: Authors do not know the names of the reviewers of their paper, and reviewers do not know the names of the authors. Author must conceal their identity in the submitted paper for review.

Dual submission policy:

Dual submissions with ICCV main conference are allowed, with the understandings that if the paper gets accepted to ICCV, it will be withdrawn from OMNIVIS. Dual submissions with ICCV must be clearly identified as such in and additional cover pages with the ICCV paper number, also you must inform us when your paper will be accepted to ICCV. If you have revised some part of the paper from ICCV submission, you should also include a list of changes in the cover pages.

Link to OMNIVIS paper submission site

Camera ready submission:

Accepted papers will be directly corrected by the ICCV camera ready submission system. Note that you CANNOT submit the paper to the OMNIVIS submission site. You must follow the instructions; http://www.iccv2009.org/final_submission_ws/ for submitting your final manuscript. We require at least one ICCV main conference registration with completed payment for each accepted paper. If none of the authors have completed the conference registration by the camera ready deadline, the paper won't be included in the proceedings.


Hajime Nagahara Osaka University, Japan
Ryusuke Sagawa Osaka University, Japan
Pascal Vasseur University of Picardie, France
Shree K. Nayar Columbia University, USA

Program Committee:

Ameesh Makadia Google research New York, USA
Christopher Geyer Carnegie Mellon University, USA
El Mustapha Mouaddib University of Picardie, France
Hiroshi Kawasaki Saitama University, Japan
In So Kweon KAIST, Korea
Jian Yu Zheng Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
Joao Barreto University of Coimbra, Portugal
Jose J. Guerrero University of Zaragoza, Spain
Mandyam Srinivasan The University of Queensland, Australia
Marc Pollefeys ETH Zurich, Switzerland and UNC Chapel Hill, USA
Nuno Gonçalves University of Coimbra, Portugal
Olivier Koch MIT, USA
Patrick Rives INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France
Peter Sturm INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France
Rahul Swaminathan Deutsche Telekom, Germany
Robert Pless Washington University, USA
Ryad Benosman Marie Curie University, France
Tomas Pajdla Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Tomokazu Sato NAIST, Japan
Vincenzo Caglioti Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Xianghua Ying Peking University, China
Yasushi Yagi Osaka University, Japan


OMNIVIS History:

8th OMNIVIS with ECCV2008
7th OMNIVIS with ICCV2007
6th OMNIVIS with ICCV2005 (proceedings)
5th OMNIVIS with ECCV2004 (proceedings)
4th OMNIVIS with CVPR 2003 (proceedings)
3rd OMNIVIS with ECCV 2002 (proceedings)
1st OMNIVIS with CVPR 2000 (proceedings)

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