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IMPORTANT DATES
Call for Papers 22 December 2019
Registration Opens
17 February 2020
Final Manuscripts Due
28 February 2020
Early Registration Ends
7 March 2020
Conference Dates 6-7 April 2020

  NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT

6 March 2020: The LIM Steering Committee has decided to postpone this meeting due to the increase in travel restrictions and self-quarantine requirements being issued by governments, companies, and institutions. We will post additional details related to this decision, including the new conference dates, as they become available. The LIM Steering Committee will issue more information by 13 March 2020. Please send any concerns or comments to London@imaging.org.

  TECHNICAL PAPERS PROGRAM

 

Monday 6 April 2020

8:30-11:00 Registration Desk Open

9:00-10:30 Pre-conference Workshop: Understanding Color for the In-Camera Processing Pipeline
Instructor: Michael Brown, professor, York University, Toronto, Canada
This workshop provides a background on color theory and its relationship to the in-camera processing pipeline and imaging applications. The workshop, organized into two parts, starts with background on color theory and color representations, namely the CIE 1931 XYZ color space and other common color spaces such as sRGB, L*ab, and Yuv, then discusses routines applied on board cameras to convert the low-level sensor raw-RGB responses to their final standard RGB (sRGB) colors. These routines include computational color constancy (auto white balance), colorimetric conversion, image demosaicing, image denoising, tone-mapping, and general color manipulation. The workshop concludes with a discussion on various misconceptions about color and camera images made in many areas of image processing and computational computer vision. The workshop is included in the registration fee.


10:30-10:50 
Coffee Break


10:50-11:00 Conference Welcome


Session I: Visibility
11:00
 Focal Talk: Imaging the Visible beyond RGB, Jon Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

11:30 Single Image Dehazing by Predicting Atmospheric Scattering Parameters, Simone Bianco, Luigi Celona, Flavio Piccoli, and Raimondo Schettini, University of Milano – Bicocca (Italy)

11:50 Illumination-invariant Image from 4-channel Images: The Effect of Near-infrared Data in Shadow Removal, Sorour Mohajerani, Mark Drew, and Parvaneh Saeedi, Simon Fraser University (Canada)

12:10 CNN-based Rain Reduction in Street View Images, Simone Zini, Simone Bianco, and Raimondo Schettini, University of Milano – Bicocca (Italy)


12:30-13:30  Lunch and Interactive (Poster) Papers — see list of papers below

Session II: Color Science and Applications
13:30
 Focal Talk: An Overview of the Recent Developments on Colour Science, Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)

14:00 Investigation of Spatial Chromatic Contrast around 5 Colour Centres, Qiang Xu and Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)

14:20 Assessing Skin Colour Heterogeneity under Various Light Sources, Ruili He, Kaida Xiao, Michael Pointer, and Stephen Westland, University of Leeds (UK)

14:40  Fast Chromatic Adaptation Transform Utilizing Wpt based Spectral Reconstruction, Maxim Derhak and Lin Luo, Onyx Graphics Inc., (US), and Phillip Green, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)


15:00-15:30 Coffee Break and Interactive (Poster) Papers — see list of papers below


Session III: Perception

15:30 
Focal Talk: On Perception (Title TBA), Hannah Smithson, Oxford University (UK)

16:00 Preferred Skin Color Center on Mobile Displays under Different Ambient Lightings, Mingkai Cao and Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)

16:20 Preferred Skin Color Center on Mobile Displays under Different Ambient Lightings The Persistent Influence of Viewing Environment Illumination Color on Displayed Image Appearance, Trevor Canham and Marcelo Bertalmío, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

16:40 Preferred Skin Color Center on Mobile Displays under Different Ambient Lightings Contrast Sensitivity Functions for HDR Displays, Minjung Kim1, Maliha Ashraf2, Maria Perez-Ortiz3, Jasna Martinovic4, Sophie Wuerger2, and Rafal Mantiuk1; 1University of Cambridge, 2University of Liverpool, 3University College London, and 4University of Aberdeen (UK)


17:00-17:30 
Interactive Posters Session + Complementary Drinks

17:30-18:30   Monday Evening Keynote
Surface Color Perception in Realistic Scenes: Previews of a Future Color Science
, Laurence Maloney, New York University (US)
Research in the past two decades has shown that surface color perception in natural scenes is profoundly connected with perception of the spatial layout of the scene. This talk describes the spatial information human observers get from scenes that affects their perception of surface color and material and what it would mean to match human performance.

 

Tuesday, 7th April 2020


09:30-10:30
  Tuesday Morning Keynote
Designing Cameras to Detect the “Invisible”: Towards Domain-Specific Computational Imaging,
Felix Heide, Princeton University (US)
Imaging has become an essential part of how we communicate with each other, how autonomous agents sense the world and act independently, and how we research chemical reactions and biological processes. Today's imaging and computer vision systems, however, often fail in the “edge cases'', for example in low light, fog, snow, or highly dynamic scenes. These edge cases are a result of ambiguity present in the scene or signal itself, and ambiguity introduced by imperfect capture systems. This talk presents several examples of computational imaging methods that resolve this ambiguity by jointly designing sensing and computation for domain-specific applications. Instead of relying on intermediate image representations, which are often optimized for human viewing, these cameras are designed end-to-end for a domain-specific task. In particular, the talk shows how to co-design automotive HDR ISPs, detection, and tracking (beating Tesla's latest OTA Model S Autopilot); how to optimize thin freeform lenses for wide field of view applications; and how to extract accurate dense depth from three gated images (beating scanning lidar, such as Velodyne's HDL64). It ends by presenting computational imaging systems that extract domain-specific information from faint measurement noise using domain-specific priors, allowing us to use conventional intensity cameras or conventional Doppler radar to image "hidden'' objects outside the direct line of sight at long ranges.


10:30-11:00 Coffee Break and Late Breaking/Work-in-Progress Posters Session — posters TBA; submission currently being accepted


Session IV: Image Reproduction
11:00 Focal Talk: Graphical 3D Printing: Challenges, Solutions, and Applications, Philipp Urban, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD (Germany)

11:30 A Practical Approach on Non-regular Sampling and Universal Demosaicing of Raw Image Sensor Data, Philipp Backes and Jan Fröhlich, Stuttgart Media University (HDM) (Germany)

11:50 Designing a Physically-feasible Colour Filter to Make a Camera More Colorimetric, Yuteng Zhu, University of East Anglia (UK)

12:10 A Correspondence-free Color Chart Design for Color Calibration, Hakki Karaimer, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) (Switzerland) and Rang Nguyen, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Vietnam)

12:30-13:30 Lunch and Late Breaking/Work-in-Progress Posters Session — posters TBA; submission currently being accepted


Session V: Computer Vision

13:30 Focal Talk: CNN-based Image Quality Assessment, Raimondo Schettini, University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy)

14:00 Deep Optimal Filter Responses for Multi-spectral Imaging, Tarek Stiebel and Dorit Merhof, RWTH Aachen University (Germany)

14:20 Light Direction and Color Estimation from Single Image with Deep Regression, Hassan Ahmed Sial, Ramon Baldrich, and Maria Vanrell, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain), and Dimitris Samaras, Stony Brook University (US)

14:40 Colour Fidelity in Spectral Reconstruction from RGB Images, Yi-Tun Lin, University of East Anglia (UK)


15:00-15:15    Best Paper Award Presentation and Closing Remarks



Monday Interactive (Poster) Papers

  • Texture Stationarity Evaluation With Local Wavelet SpectrumMichele Conni1,2 and Hilda Deborah21Barbieri Electronic (Italy) and 2Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet (Norway)
  • Modelling and Modification of Simultaneous Lightness Contrast Effect Using Albers’ PatternYuechen Zhu and Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)
  • Solar Limb Darkening Color Imaging of The Sun With The Extreme Brightness Capability CAOS CameraNabeel A. Riza, Mohsin A. Mazhar, and Nazim Ashraf, University College Cork (Ireland)
  • Parameters Optimization of the Structural Similarity Index, Illya Bakurov1, Marco Buzzelli2, Mauro Castelli1, Raimondo Schettini2, and Leonardo Vanneschi11Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal) and 2University of Milano – Bicocca (Italy)
  • Physics-based Modeling of a Light Booth to Improve Color Accuracy of 3D RenderingKhalil Huraibat and Esther Perales , Universidad de Alicante (Spain); Eric Kirchner and Ivo van der Lans, AkzoNobel (the Netherlands); and Alejandro Ferrero and Joaquín Campos, Instituto de Óptica (Spain)
  • Linear Histogram Adjustment for Image EnhancementJake McVey, University of East Anglia (UK)
  • Evaluation of the Human Visual System in Cosmetics Foundation Colour SelectionAltynay Kadyrova and Majid Ansari-Asl, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway), and Eva M. Valero Benito, University of Granada (Spain)
  • Color Image Evaluation of Congenital Red-Green Color Deficient and Normal Color Vision ObserversMiyoshi Ayama, Minoru Ohkoba, Kahori Tanaka, and Tomoharu Ishikawa, Utsunomiya University (Japan)
  • Physical Patient Simulators for Surgical Training: A ReviewMarine Shao, Carinna Parraman, and David Huson, University of the West of England, Bristol (UK)
  • Colour Key-Point DetectionHermine Chatoux and Noel Richard, XLIM Laboratory (France)
  • Opponent Center-Surround Contrast: Colour to Grey ConversionAli Alsam, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
  • Potential and Challenges of Spectral Imaging for Documentation and Analysis of Stained-Glass WindowsAgnese Babini1, Sony George1, Tiziana Lombardo2, and Jon Yngve Hardeberg11Norwegian University of Science and Technology  (Norway) and 2Swiss National Museum (Switzerland)
  • Implementing Directional Reflectance in a Colour Managed WorkflowTanzima Habib, Aditya Sole, and Phil Green, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

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