ACVR2014 - Guidelines for the Authors of Accepted Papers 

Accepted for Oral Presentation 

The deadline date for Camera Ready submission is July 23, 2014 (11:59:59 PM, CET). Submission has to be via the conference’s CMT Website https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/ACVR2014/  

DIFFERENTLY FROM AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR ECCV PAPERS:
The size of the ZIP-file may not exceed the limit of 10 MByte .
No  electronic supplementary materials can be included. 

  
Please note that the referees have spent considerable time in reviewing your paper. We therefore strongly recommend that you take their comments into account and improve your
paper with updated results when preparing the camera-ready copy of your manuscript.

The author kit for the camera ready manuscripts is different from that for initial submissions.

AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAMERA READY VERSION are available at http://eccv2014.org/submissions/camera-ready-instructions/

Each accepted paper must be covered by at least one author’s registration no later than the Workshop paper camera-ready deadline. Registration of the paper can be made at Student rate if the author is a Student. When registering a paper please use the paper ID provided by CMT, prefixed with “W22-” , e.g. W22-41.
Papers with no registration will be excluded from the ECCV 2014 proceedings.
More information about registration are available at http://eccv2014.org/registration/

Each paper must be presented by an author at the workshop.

Each oral presentation is allocated a 15 minute slot (including 3 minutes for questions).
Presenters are requested to be present at the podium at least 15 minutes before the start of their session and introduce themselves to the session
chair as soon as they arrive. Presenters are requested to bring their own laptop and test the connection to the AV equipment before the session
starts.





Accepted for Poster Presentation


The deadline date for Camera Ready submission is July 23, 2014 (11:59:59 PM, CET). Submission has to be via the conference’s CMT Website https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/ACVR2014/ .

DIFFERENTLY FROM AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR ECCV PAPERS:
The size of the ZIP-file may not exceed the limit of 10 MByte.
No  electronic supplementary materials can be included. 

Please note that the referees have spent considerable time in reviewing your paper. We therefore strongly recommend that you take their comments into account and improve your
paper with updated results when preparing the camera-ready copy of your manuscript.

The author kit for the camera ready manuscripts is different from that for initial submissions.

AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAMERA READY VERSION are available at http://eccv2014.org/submissions/camera-ready-instructions/

Each accepted paper must be covered by at least one author’s registration no later than the Workshop paper camera-ready deadline. Registration of the paper can be made at Student rate if the author is a Student. When registering a paper please use the paper ID provided by CMT, prefixed with “W22-” , e.g. W22-41.
Papers with no registration will be excluded from the ECCV 2014 proceedings.
More information about registration are available at http://eccv2014.org/registration/

Each paper (oral or poster) must be presented by an author at the workshop.

Authors of papers accepted for poster presentation will have the opportunity to submit a one-minute video summarizing their work (videos longer than one minute will be rejected). As part of their video, authors are requested to display a "title slide" with the title, authors and the ID of their poster presentation. There are no specific constraints on the format. The video could display the author in front of his/her poster or it could be a PowerPoint presentation with voice-over. Remember that your audience doesn't want to see the details of your approach in 60 seconds. Rather, an effective video spotlight should briefly state the problem you're addressing in your paper, describe the approach at a very high level, and point out your  contributions. Your goal is to pique the observer's interest, so that they visit your poster or read your paper.
Please email to ACVR2014@gmail.com the information about your video with the subject: "ACVR Video  - Paper ID XXXX".
You can either attach the video (size must be less than 25 MB) or upload the video to dropbox and include the downoad link.
The deadline for uploads is  August 31, 2014

Each paper in a poster session will be provided with a board that can hold a poster up to 180 cm width x 120 cm height. The poster walls  can easily fit an A0 or larger (118.9 cm width x 84.1 x cm height) poster in portrait or landscape mode, as preferred by the author. Overflow space cannot be
guaranteed, the poster board size is a hard limit.