Part One

0830 Keynote: Multimodal Anomaly Detection, Barry Norton (Milestone Systems)

0915 On the Importance of Appearance and Interaction Feature Representations for Person Re-identification, Richard Blythman, Andrea Zunino, Christopher J Murray, Vittorio Murino

0930 Semantic Segmentation Guided Real-World Super-Resolution, Andreas Aakerberg, Anders S. Johansen, Kamal Nasrollahi, Thomas B. Moeslund

0945 Event-driven Re-Id: A New Benchmark and MethodTowards Privacy-Preserving Person Re-Identification, Shafiq Ahmad, Gianluca Scarpellini, Pietro Morerio, Alessio Del Bue

1000 Morning Break (Naupaka Lawn)

Part Two

1015 Keynote: Deep Learning in the Service of Video Investigations, Igal Dvir (BriefCam)

1100 Class-Aware Object Counting, Andreas Michel, Wolfgang Gross, Fabian Schenkel, Wolfgang Middelmann

1115 Real-Time Bangla License Plate Recognition Systemfor Low Resource Video-Based Applications, Alif Ashrafee, Akib Mohammed Khan, Mohammad Sabik Irbaz, MD Abdullah Al Nasim

1130 Multi-Target Multi-Camera Tracking of Vehicles byGraph Auto-Encoder and SelfSupervised Camera Link Model, Hung-Min Hsu, Yizhou Wang, Jiarui Cai, Jenq-Neng Hwang

1145 Learning From Synthetic Vehicles, Tae Soo Kim, Bohoon Shim, Michael Peven, Weichao Qiu, Alan Yuille, Gregory D. Hager

1200 Lunch (on your own)

Part Three

1300 Keynote: The Legal Landscape of Vision-Based Surveillance, Matthew Turk (Toyota Technological Inst. at Chicago; UC Santa Barbara)

1345 Small or Far Away? Exploiting Deep Super-Resolution and Altitude Data for Aerial Animal Surveillance, Mowen Xue, Theo Greenslade, Majid Mirmehdi, Tilo Burghardt

1400 DIOR: DIstill Observations to Representations for Multi-Object Tracking and Segmentation, Jiarui Cai, Yizhou Wang, Hung-Min Hsu, Haotian Zhang, Jenq-Neng Hwang

1415 Video Representation Learning Through Prediction for Online Object Detection, Masato Fujitake, Akihiro Sugimoto

1430 Improving Person Re-Identification With Temporal Constraints, Julia Dietlmeier, Feiyan Hu, Frances Ryan, Noel E. O’Connor, Kevin McGuinness

1445 Afternoon Break (Naupaka Lawn)

Part Four

1500 Keynote: Face Recognition and Surveillance: Enhancing Privacy and Fairness, Arun Ross (Michigan State Univ.)

1545 Fight Detection From Still Images in the Wild, Şeymanur Aktı, Ferda Ofli, Muhammad Imran, Hazim Kemal Ekenel

1600 Multiple Object Tracking and Forecasting: Jointly Predicting Current and Future Object Locations, Oluwafunmilola Kesa, Olly Styles, Victor Sanchez

1615 Fast and Lightweight Online Person Search for Large-Scale Surveillance Systems, Andreas Specker, Lennart Moritz, Mickael Cormier, Jürgen Beyerer

1630 Semantic-Guided Zero-Shot Learning for Low-Light Image/Video Enhancement, Shen Zheng, Gaurav Gupta

1645 Where Are We With Human Pose Estimation in Real-World Surveillance?, Mickael Cormier, Aris Clepe, Andreas Specker, Jürgen Beyerer

1700 Cloth-Changing Person Re-Identification With Self-Attention, Vaibhav Bansal, Gian Luca Foresti, Niki Martinel

Best Paper Award

The organizing committee of the workshop has chosen the following paper to receive the best paper award:

On the Importance of Appearance and Interaction Feature Representations for Person Re-Identification.
Richard Blythman, Andrea Zunino, Christopher J Murray, Vittorio Murino
In Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (pp. 439-448).