Call for Papers

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The 1st International Workshop on Computer Vision for Physiological Measurement (CVPM) will be held in conjunction with the Int'l Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2018) in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (June 18th-22nd 2018). Accepted papers will be published in IEEExplore and the CVF website.

CVPM 2018 aims to explore the devices, algorithms and applications of image and video-based physiological measurement.

We invite high-quality submission of original research addressing one or more of the following topics:

  • Methods for extracting physiological signals/variables from videos, including pulse rate, pulse rate variability, respiration rate, blood oxygen, pulse transit time, blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, arterial stiffness, skin hydration, core body temperature, etc.
  • Methods for camera-based methods that aid physiological monitoring systems, such as CNN-based face/skin detection, motion tracking, video segmentation, quality metric learning, physiological pattern recognition, algorithmic optimization, etc.
  • Imaging devices for sensing physiological signals from human face and body, including multi-spectrum camera, time sequential camera, time-of-flight camera, stereo vision camera, long-distance image capture, wearable/portable camera, and low-cost cameras that are sensitive at visible, near-/far- infrared, or thermal wavelengths.
  • Applications for image or video-based physiological monitoring, such as Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), general ward, emergency department triage, elderly care, sleep monitoring, bed exit detection, fall detection, remote prescription, fitness cardio-training, driver state monitoring in automotive, etc.
  • Camera based physiological measurement for detecting affective, emotional, or cognitive states.
  • Camera based physiological measurement to assist video surveillance in the wild.
  • Camera based physiological measurement to assist human computer interaction, entertainment, gaming, and marketing.
  • PPG imaging or imaging PPG.
  • Living skin detection and human aliveness detection.
  • Face anti-spoofing and biometric recognition.
  • New public benchmarks and datasets for camera based physiological measurement.