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CPL has loads going on at #ECCV2014. Two papers in the main conference. Two invited workshop talks, 1 demo, 1 organized workshop. Etc. Etc. 
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CPL will be again having a busy CVPR 2014 in Columbus, OH. USA ( Were have 4 papers in the main conference. 2 Tutorials, 2 workshop papers and lot more. 

+ Steven Hickson, Irfan Essa, Henrik Christensen, Stan Birchfield "Efficient Hierarchical Graph-Based Segmentation of RBGD Videos” 

+ Nam Vo and Aaron Bobick. “From Stochastic Grammar to Bayes Network: Probabilistic Parsing of Complex Activity”

+ Ahmad Humayun, Fuxin Li, and James M. Rehg. RIGOR: Recycling Inference in Graph Cuts for generating Object Regions  (PDF) -   6/24/2014 Poster 1A (10:00-12:00)

+ Yin Li, Xiaodi Hou, Christof Koch, James M. Rehg,  Alan L. Yuille. “The Secrets of Salient Object Segmentation”. 
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Congrats to Matthias, Vivek, and Daniel for their Best Paper Award for their paper "Calibration-Free Rolling Shutter Removal" at ICCP 2012. 
ICCP 2012 was a great success with 218 attendees who enjoyed a full program over 3 days that included 14 papers, 5 short talks, around 47 posters and demos, and 7 invited speakers! Congratulations to ...
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CPL will have a very busy CVPR. 3 papers in the main conference. 3 Workshops invited talks, 1 Demo, 1 Doctoral Consortium and 1 co-organized workshop.  See you all at CVPR in Providence.

+ K. Kim, D. Lee, and I. Essa (2012), “Detecting Regions of Interest in Dynamic Scenes with Camera Motions,”
+ A. Fathi, J. K. Hodgins and J. M. Rehg, “Social Interactions: A First-Person Perspective”
+ L. Wang, Y. Li, J. Jia, J. Sun, D.P. Wipf and J.M. Rehg, “Learning Sparse Covariance Patterns for Natural Scenes”

+ Irfan Essa, Invited Talk in CVPR Workshop 2012: Large-Scale Video Search and Mining on Thursday
+Alireza Fathi, Co-Chair of 2nd IEEE Workshop on Egocentric (First-Person) Vision
+ Aaron Bobick, Invited talk at Looking at People Workshop
+ Thad Starner, Invited talk at the  Gesture recognition and Kinect demonstration competition 
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At Georgia Tech, CPL is affiliated with the Center for Robotics and Machine Intelligence (RIM@GT), and the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center (GVU)
The Computational Perception Laboratory (CPL) was established to explore and develop the next generation of intelligent machines, interfaces, and environments for modeling, perceiving, recognizing, and interacting with humans and for all forms of behavior analysis from data. 

At Georgia Tech, CPL is affiliated with the Center for Robotics and Machine Intelligence (RIM@GT), and the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center (GVU). Members of CPL include faculty as well as graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of units from Georgia Tech.

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Georgia Institute of Technology, 801 Atlantic Drive Atlanta, GA 30332