A two day tutorial (6-7 December) on “Deformable Image Registration and
Non-Rigid 3D Reconstruction from Images” will be organised by Lourdes
Agapito, Adrien Bartoli, Alessio Del Bue and hosted by the PLUS lab at
the Italian Institute of Technolgy, Genova, Italy.
The tutorial presents modern computer vision techniques to deal with the
registration and 3D reconstruction of deformable shapes using images.
The aim of this 2-day course is to present a principled procedure for
dealing with images where each object can arbitrarily change its shape
– a common occurrence in human motion analysis, medical imaging and
video-surveillance scenarios. The tutorial will discuss a set of
techniques general in their formulation but that can be customized given
the specific imaging problem of the user. In particular, an emphasis is
put over the use of physical or statistical priors which can aid the
solution of such an ill-posed problem. Real examples on the human motion
analysis and medical imaging domains will show the effectiveness of the
approaches in dealing with different deforming shapes.
Non-rigid image registration:
– image deformation models
– feature-based registration
– pixel-based (direct) registration
Non-rigid 3D reconstruction:
– template-based 3D reconstruction
– Non-Rigid Structure-from-Motion
VENUE and DATES:
This 2 day tutorial (6-7 December) will take place in the Italian
Institute of Technology (www.iit.it), Genova, Italy. The tutorial is
free of charge but please send an email to email@example.com to
confirm your attendance to the tutorial or to ask for further
information. Please check: www.isr.ist.utl.pt/~adb/tutorial/ for further
details and updates on the tutorial schedule.