The 1st MTMCT and ReID workshop was successfully held at CVPR 2017.
In the past two years, the MTMCT and REID community has been growing fast. As such, we are organizing this workshop
for a second time, aiming to gather the state-of-the-art technologies and brainstorm future directions.
We are especially welcoming ideas and contributions that embrace the relationship and future of MTMCT and ReID,
two deeply connected domains.
This workshop will encourage lively discussions on shaping future research directions for both academia and the industry.
|Start Time||Paper/Talk Title||Speaker/Author(s)|
|8:40||Invited Talk: Re-identification of Humans and Vehicles: Something Old and Something New||Rama Chellappa (University of Maryland, College Park)|
|9:10||Invited Talk: Learning Adaptation from Failure for Object Identification||Ying Wu (Northwestern University)|
|9:40||Invited Talk: Less is more: learning to find video highlights||Kristen Grauman (Facebook AI Research)|
|10:10||Oral: Bag of Tricks and A Strong Baseline for Deep Person Re-identification||Hao Luo, Youzhi Gu, Xingyu Liao, Shenqi Lai, Wei Jiang|
|10:45||Oral: State-aware Re-identification Feature for Multi-target Multi-camera Tracking||Peng Li, Jiabin Zhang, Zheng Zhu, Yanwei Li, Lu Jiang, Guan Huang|
|11:05||Oral: Aggregating Deep Pyramidal Representations for Person Re-Identification||Niki Martinel, Gian Luca Foresti, Christian Micheloni|
|-||Masked Graph Attention Network for Person Re-identification||Liqiang Bao, Bingpeng Ma, Hong Chang, Xilin Chen|
|-||Camera-Aware Image-to-Image Translation Using Similarity Preserving StarGAN For Person Re-identification||Dahjung Chung, Edward Delp|
|-||In Defense of the Classification Loss for Person Re-Identification||Yao Zhai, Xun Guo, Yan Lu, Houqiang Li|
|-||Unsupervised Person Re-Identification with Iterative Self-Supervised Domain Adaptation||Haotian Tang, Yiru Zhao, Hongtao Lu|
|-||Multi-Scale Body-Part Mask Guided Attention for Person Re-identification||Honglong Cai, Zhiguan Wang, Jinxing Cheng|
|12:05 - 13:00||Poster Session||-|
To submit a new paper to the workshop, you have to do so through the CMT website. The workshop paper submissions should be in the same format as the main conference. Please refer to the CVPR 2019 author guidelines for more details.
Rama Chellappa University of Maryland
Kristen Grauman Facebook
Ying Wu Northwestern University