Workshop proposals submission guidelines


Proposals should be sent to the Workshops Chairs ( and should include the following information:

  1. Title, topics and tentative CFP of the workshop.
  2. A brief justification of the proposal: Why is the proposal interesting to the community? What is its target audience? What are the elements of novelty? Details of any previous workshops.
  3. Names, email contact and a brief CV of the organisers (including the identification of the principal contact person)
  4. Tentative program committee members and/or invited speaker(s).
  5. The planned length (1/2 day; 1 day), with a preliminary agenda or proposed schedule; please specify if a poster session will be included.
  6. The expected number of attendees, the estimated number of submissions and an anticipated acceptance rate.
  7. Estimated breakdown between number of orals, posters and invited papers, if any.
  8. Special space or equipment requests, if any.

The proposals will be peer reviewed.



ECCV 2012 Workshop organizers are responsible of the scientific organization and advertising of the event. Logistic and financial aspects are instead handled by the ECCV 2012 organization. Organizers can decide on their own deadlines for submission and reviews, but they must comply with the overall ECCV 2012 rules, particularly:

  • papers must be submitted online through the ECCV 2012 CMT submission system and peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers;
  • papers must comply with the ECCV 2012 proceedings style, and have a maximum length of 10 pages.
  • the deadline for camera ready submission is the same as the main conference (August 1st, 2012)