Professor Hans-Joachim Hof is one of the organizers of ACM chapters computer science in cars Symposium (CSCS 2017) at the 06.07.2016 in Munich.
Aim of the event
Innovation in cars is finacial "driven" by new technology from computer science. Examples are rich: autonomous driving assistance system, in-vehicle entertainment, and many others. Cars equipped with such technology are likely to become the next big thing which will result in changes in the society, as well as in the manner how cars are produced and used. This disruption in automotive industry creates many opposition but so challenges. They can best be addressed by bringing together key people who jointly discuss novel ideas from research in the practical context of industrial applications.
We are pleased to announce the Symposium (CSCS) rst German computer science and cars. CSCS aims to create bridges between academic research on the one hand, and the practitioners from the automotive industry on the other. The focus of this rst CSCS event is set on autonomous driving and deep learning. The one day event combines key touch, invited and short presentations, poster sessions and ample opportunities for dis-cussions and networking. Open call for position papers present the latest wants ideas, results, and challenges from academia and industry in poster sessions.
More information can be found at the following web page: http://munich.siggraph.org/events/cscs/
The event includes, but is not limited to the following topics around automotive and car-IT research and ap-plications:
- Computer vision, complex scene interpretation
- Motion recognition, modeling, synthesis, and prediction
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning, speci kaitlynn deep learning
- Computer graphics and visualization
- Virtual and augmented reality (AR/VR)
- HCI (human computer interaction)
- Communication, security, safety, privacy
- Advanced sensing and intelligent vehicle control
Keynote and invited presentations
Distinguished experts from the eld give keynotes and invited presentations on topics which are of para-mount importance for providing successful solutions in the applications areas addressed by CSCS.
Position papers and poster
We invite PhD and master students to submit position papers that that will be compiled into proceedings of the event will be available online on the Web pages. Each accepted position paper will be presented as a poster or might be selected for a short oral presentation. We plan so to invite the top ranked position papers and invited speakers to submit long papers for publication in a special issue of international journal.
Submission information: position papers should have the length of 2-4 formatting1 style pages in LNCS. Please submit your position papers as pdf le to the following email address:
Sponsor / exhibition
We invite companies and research labs to contribute to the summit results as so by presenting their latest demos with a small booth. The booth is free for academic research groups. A booth is so included for Spon sors of the event.
- Deadline for position papers: May 19th, 2017
- Notications: June 2nd, 2017
- Event: July 6th, 2017
The event is planned to take place in the area of Munich. Detailed information on the venue will be provided on the event's Web pages as soon as they are available.
- Martin Böckenfeld (Munich ACM SIGGRAPH, Invenio GmbH)
- Cornelia Denk (Munich ACM SIGGRAPH, the German chapter of the ACM, BMW Group), chair
- Klaus Fischer (DFKI)
- Oliver Grau (ACM Europe Council, Intel Germany GmbH), co-chair
- Raphael Hanson (Munich ACM computer science student Club)
- Hans-Joachim Hof (German Chapter of the ACM, technical college of Ingolstadt, INSicherheit – Ingolstadt research group applied IT-security and MuSe – Munich IT security research group), co-chair
- Philipp Slusallek (DFKI), co-chair