Workshop 8

Applied Vision

Call for Papers for the Workshop on Applied Vision

The Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition (OAGM) invites authors and guests to participate in the Applied Vision Workshop as part of the AIRoV event, held in person at the University of Innsbruck. The workshop provides a platform for presentation and discussion of research progress as well as current projects within the OAGM community. We additionally focus on interdisciplinary research of computer vision and pattern analysis in the contexts of Applied Vision. The aim is to bring together Austrian and nearby located groups, researchers, and students working on interdisciplinary topics for discussion and establishing potential collaborations.

General topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • 3D vision, stereo, and structure from X
  • Animal and plant phenotyping
  • Cultural heritage
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Document analysis
  • Embedded and mobile computer vision / machine learning
  • Explainability, ethics, and fairness in computer vision / machine learning
  • Image denoising, restoration & enhancement
  • Image, video, and multimodal retrieval
  • Industrial assistance systems
  • Inspection and quality assurance
  • Motion and tracking
  • Multi- and hyperspectral image analysis
  • Object/scene detection, recognition, and categorization
  • Pattern analysis (visual and non-visual data)
  • Precision agriculture and precision forestry
  • Remote sensing and earth observation
  • Sensors and information fusion
  • Video analysis and event recognition
  • Vision datasets, benchmarking, and performance evaluation

Workshop Chairs:

  • Harald Ganster (JOANNEUM RESEARCH)
  • Florian Kleber (TU VIENNA)
  • Roland Perko (JOANNEUM RESEARCH)
  • Gernot Stübl (PROFACTOR)
  • Martina Uray (JOANNEUM RESEARCH)


We solicit full papers (8 pages) of original, unpublished work and application spotlight papers (extended abstracts) (2-4 pages) focusing on the solution of practical problems. Paper lengths exclude references. All submitted papers will undergo a double-blind peer review process by the program committee. Accepted papers will be published online with Verlag der TU Graz in a fully open access electronic volume (with ISBN, and DOIs for individual papers).

The papers need to be submitted via (please select the track ‘AppVis’) following the format given on the AIRoV homepage.

Important Dates:

  • Paper submission deadline: 2024-01-31
  • Notification of acceptance: 2024-02-20
  • Workshop: 2024-03-26 or 2024-03-27, will be announced