ISPRS Commission III Symposium
on "Photogrammetric Computer Vision", September 19-22, Bonn, Germany


Boat Trip

This first ISPRS symposium consisting entirely of double blindly reviewed papers featured a single track high quality program with talks of thirty minutes giving rise to vivid and intensive discussions. Of seventy submitted full papers the program committee selected twenty four for oral and twenty for poster presentation. Three days of intensive discussions between photogrammetric and computer vision researchers focused on building as well as road and vehicle extraction, laser range data analysis, surface reconstruction, Lidar and SAR processing, as well as image orientation. They were preceded by two tutorials by Peter Sturm on "Modeling and Analysing Images of Generic Cameras" and David Nister on "Recognition and 3D Reconstruction from Video" and complemented by a boat trip on the river Rhine (cf. photo). Three best paper awards were selected, the first price being presented by Conference Chair Wolfgang Förstner to Matthias Butenuth of Hannover University for his work on "Segmentation of Imagery Using Network Snakes" (cf. photo)


TC III President Wolfgang Förstner Presents the Best poster Award to Matthias Butenuth

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