The poster presentations are devided into two sessions, P1 Monday June 15, and P2 Wednesday June 16.

The size of the poster boards at SCIA 2015 is 115 cm wide x 145 cm high.

Posters in P1 Monday June 15th:

  • Democratic Tone Mapping Using Optimal K-means Clustering (Computational imaging and graphics)
  • Analysis of thermal video for coarse to fine particle tracking in volcanic explosion plumes (Feature extraction and segmentation)
  • Category-Sensitive Hashing and Bloom Filter Based Descriptors for Online Keypoint Recognition (Matching, registration and alignment)
  • Image alignment for panorama stitching in sparsely structured environments (Matching, registration and alignment)
  • Using Motion Tracking to Detect Spontaneous Movements in Infants (Motion analysis)
  • Deep Semantic Pyramids for Human Attributes and Action Recognition (Object and scene recognition)
  • Progressive Visual Object Detection with Positive Training Examples Only (Object and scene recognition)
  • RSD-HoG : A new image descriptor (Object and scene recognition)
  • Change Point Geometry for Change Detection in Video (Vision systems and applications)
  • OMEG: Oulu Multi-pose Eye Gaze Dataset (Vision systems and applications)


Posters in P2 Wednesday June 17th:

  • Face Recognition Using Smoothed High-Dimensional Representation (Faces and gestures)
  • Face Verification Based on Gabor Region Covariance Matrices (Faces and gestures)
  • Gender Classification by LUT based boosting of Overlapping Block Patterns (Faces and gestures)
  • Dictionary Based Segmentation in Volumes (Feature extraction and segmentation)
  • Microscopy Image Enhancement for Cost-Effective Cervical Cancer Screening (Medical and biomedical image analysis)
  • Quantification of Brain Access of Exendin-4 in the C57BL Mouse Model by SPIM Fluorescence Imaging and the Allen Mouse Brain Reference Model (Medical and biomedical image analysis)
  • Accuracy in Robot Generated Image Data Sets (Vision systems and applications)
  • Detecting rails and obstacles using a train-mounted thermal camera (Vision systems and applications)
  • Measuring the radius of meniscus ring during the growth of silicon rods (Vision systems and applications)