ICCV 2013

4DMOD is the workshop on the modeling of dynamic scenes. Modeling shapes that evolve over time, analyzing and interpreting their motion is a subject of increasing interest of many research communities including the computer vision, the computer graphics and the medical imaging community. Following the 1st edition in 2011, the purpose of this workshop is to provide a venue for researchers, from various communities, working in the field of dynamic scene modeling from various modalities to present their work, exchange ideas and identify challenging issues in this domain. Contributions are sought on new and original research on any aspect of 4D Modeling. Possible topics include, but are not limited to :


  • 4D acquisition of real-world dynamic scenes
  • Shape recovery of dynamic 3D scenes
  • Temporally consistent tracking of deformable surfaces
  • 4D Representation
  • 4D Reconstruction from Medical Images
  • Deformation surface models
  • Free-viewpoint and 3D video
  • Marker-less human motion capture (articulated and surface based)
  • Monocular and multi-view deformable surface capture
  • Animation and texture transfer
  • Deformable surface tracking for medical applications
  • Deformable Shape Matching
  • Motion analysis
  • Scene Flow
  • Non-rigid and Deformable shape analysis
  • Shape segmentation
  • Learning of model deformations
  • Space-time geometry processing
  • Applications of 3D video and 4D modeling


This workshop is sponsored by Technicolor and Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann.

Final program

Time Papers    
08:25 Introduction    
08:30 Invited talk: Capturing Dynamics: Physical Plausibility and Control in Articulated 3D Body Tracking
Leonid Sigal
09:30 A Convex Relaxation Approach to Space Time Multi-view 3D Reconstruction
Oswald Martin, Daniel Cremers,
10:00 Break    
10:30 Invited talk: 4DVideo: digitizing and reliving visual events.
Mark Pollefeys
11:30 One-shot Entire Shape Scanning by Utilizing Multiple Projector-Camera Constraints of Grid Patterns
Kasuya Nozomu, Ryusuke Sagawa, Ryo Furukawa
12:00 Single-view RGBD-based Reconstruction of Dynamic Human Geometry
Charles Malleson, martin Klaudiny, Adrian Hilton, Jean-Yves Guillemaut
12:30 Lunch    
14:00 Invited talk: Intrinsic Dense Non-rigid Surface Registration with higher-order MRFs.
Dimitris Samaras
15:00 Robust Model-based 3D Torso Pose Estimation in RGB-D sequences
Markos Sigalas, Maria Pateraki, Iason Oikonomidis, Panos Trahanias
15:30 Invited talk: Monocular Non-rigid Surface Reconstruction as Inference in a Graphical Model, Mathieu Salzmann    
16:30 Closing    


Decisions about accepted papers are available at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/4DMOD2013/ .

Camera ready instructions:

* Camera ready(hard deadline): October 13, 2013

* Publications must be submitted to IEEE, passing PDF eXpress and including a signed copy right form. Detailed instructions are here: http://www.ieeeconfpublishing.org/cpir/authorKit.asp?Facility=CPS_Dec&ERoom=ICCVW+2013


Early-bird registration for the main conference and workshops is open until 13th of October. Use following naming convention for the accepted workshop papers when you register W9-Paper_ID, where Paper_ID number is the ID number of your paper. Note that the registration to the main conference includes registration to the workshop.

For the registration for the workshop please follow the instructions on: http://www.iccv2013.org/registration_accommodation.php .

A new policy this year is that all published papers from ICCV, including workshop papers, will be charged the full 8-page fee of $200 - please see http://www.iccv2013.org/author_guidelines.php. All accepted papers will be published at IEEE Explore.

Previous workshops

  1. IEEE Workshop on Dynamic Shape Capture and Analysis (4DMOD), Barcelona, 2011 http://campar.in.tum.de/FourDMod/WebHome

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline: September 7, 2013, 23:59h (GMT)

  • Submission of the supplementary material: September 14, 2013, 23:59h (GMT)

  • Notification of acceptance: October 7, 2013

  • Camera ready copy due: October 13, 2013

  • Workshop date: December 7, 2013

Call for Papers

Call for papers is now ONLINE.


  • Slobodan Ilic (principal contact) Computer Science Department, Technical University Munich, Germany

  • Edmond Boyer, Morpheo Team, INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France

  • Adrian Hilton, Visual Media Research Group, CVSSP, University of Surrey, UK


All questions to be addressed to:

Invited Speakers

  • Yebin Liu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, , China
  • Mathieu Salzmann, NICTA Canberra, Australia
  • Leonid Sigal, Disney Research, Pittsburgh, USA
  • Marc Pollefeys, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland

Program Committee

  • Lourdes Agapito, University College London, UK
  • Adrian Bartoli, LASMEA Clermont-Ferrand, France
  • Alex Bronstein, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
  • Javier Romero, MPI Tuebingen, Germany
  • Peter Eisert, Heinrich-Hertz-Institute/Hambolt University, Berlin, Germany
  • Jean-Sebastien Franco, INRIA Rhone Alpes, France
  • Juergen Gall, MPI Tuebingen, Germany
  • Oliver Grau, Intel Visual Computing Institute, German
  • Ron Kimmel, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
  • Yebin Liu, Tsinghua University, China
  • Marcus Magnor, TU Braunschweig, Germany
  • Bodo Rosenhahn, University of Hannover, Germany
  • Mathieu Salzmann, NICTA Canberra, Australia
  • Leonid Sigal, Disney Research Pittsburg, USA
  • Shotton Jamie, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK
  • Christian Theobalt, MPI Informatik Saarbrucken, Germany
  • Tony Tung, Kyoto University, Japan
  • Andrei Zaharescu, AIMETIS Corporation, Waterloo, Canada

Submission Instructions

Papers must describe high-quality, original research in areas related to modeling and analysis of dynamic scenes and their applications. By submitting a manuscript to 4DMOD, the authors assert that the submitted papers are not substantially similar to any paper published or submitted elsewhere. All submissions will be handled electronically through Microsoft Conference Management System CMT:


that will be open soon for submissions. The deadline for submissions is September 7, 2013 at 23:59h GMT. Submission of the supplementary material is allowed until one week after the paper submission deadline and is fixed until September 14, 2013 at 23:59h GMT.

No double submission to other conferences is allowed. Instructions on paper submission can be found at this web site. Please refer to the following files for detailed formatting instructions:

Workshop papers should be submitted using the above templates. Submissions can be up to 8 pages in length prepared in this ICCV format with no additional charges.

All papers will be subject to peer review and published by the IEEE and will be part of the ICCV proceedings distributed on the conference DVD. Submitted papers must comply with the ICCV style and length requirements (up to 8 pages). 4DMOD reviewing is double blind, all papers should follow the usual guidelines for preservation of anonymity.

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