The GCPR 2019 conference proceedings have now been published by Springer in the LNCS Series as LNCS 11824.
- Marc Pollefeys
Privacy-preserving image-based localization
Computer Vision and Geometry lab (CVG)
Institute of Visual Computing
Dept. of Computer Science, ETH Zurich and Microsoft MR & AI lab Zurich
- Laurens van der Maaten
From Visual Recognition to Visual Understanding
Facebook AI Research, New York, USA
- Bram van Ginneken
Some say computer vision is solved. What does this mean for doctors who earn their money looking at images and reporting what they see?
Radboud University Medical Center
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
- Tutorial (September 10, Morning):
Matthias Feurer und Thomas Elsken (Univ. of Freiburg, Germany)
Automated Machine Learning: Introduction to Hyperparameter Optimization and Neural Architecture Search
- Tutorial (September 10, Afternoon):
Tim Patten (TU Vienna, Austria), Cesar Cadena (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Vision for Robotics
- Seminar (September 13, Afternoon):
René Grzeszick (MotionMiners GmbH, Dortmund, Germany)
From Research to Practice – Founding a Start-up after the Doctorate
Welcome Reception at a Local Brewery
We plan to hold the traditional welcome reception scheduled for the first evening before the main conference at Hövels Brewery (Hövels Hausbrauerei) in the city center of Dortmund.
Hövels Brewery offers excellent traditional-style indoor rooms and a spacious beer-garden.
Recommended dress code: Smart Casual
Source: www.golocal.de, media-cdn.tripadvisor.com, www.der-stadtfuehrer.com
Conference Dinner at the Dortmund Soccer Stadium
The conference dinner will take place at the soccer stadium of the Borussia Dortmund (BVB), Signal-Iduna Park. This was a former FIFA World Cup Stadium and the largest one in Germany. It is the house of a well-known soccer team in Germany, the BVB. With the upscale catering services provided, this conference dinner will become a memorable event for everybody attending.
Recommended dress code: Cocktail Attire
Source: Gernot A. Fink