Call for Papers
This workshop explores the application of computer vision research, visualization, and computational methods to cultural heritage needs. In specific, it focuses on emerging computer science methods and technologies useful for digitally recording, preserving, and reconstructing archaeological artifacts and for presenting archaeological site interpretations. Archaeologists, cultural heritage preservationists and computer vision, visualization, graphics, and new media practitioners will comprise this forum which is supported by the NSF’s cultural heritage research division. The workshop continues in the vein of an earlier IEEE/CVPR workshop, Applications of Computer Vision in Archaeology ACVA’03 held in Madison, Wisconsin. We are pleased to announce that selected papers from the Application of Computer Vision in Archaeology Workshop will be given the opportunity to be expanded for publication in a Special Issue of the International Journal on Computer Vision (IJCV).
Held in conjunction with the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (IEEE CVPR 2010)
San Francisco, CA, June 13-18 2010