IEEE/ISPRS Workshop. Large Scale Computer Vision for Remote Sensing Imagery
June 17, 2019, Long Beach, CA
in conjunction with the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2019 Conference
Program

08:30 - 08:50 Welcome


08:50 - 09:30 Invited talk 1


James Hays, Georgia Institute of Technology

Title: Revisiting IM2GPS in the Deep Learning Era


09:30 - 10:00 Poster Spotlights


1. The Effects of Super-Resolution on Object Detection Performance in Satellite Imagery

2. Large-scale DTM generation from satellite data

3. Weakly Supervised Fusion of Multiple Overhead Images

4. Intrinsic Scene Properties from Hyperspectral Images and LiDAR

5. Late or Earlier Information Fusion from Depth and Spectral Data: Large-Scale Digital Surface Model Refinement by Hybrid-cGAN


10:00 - 10:40 Morning Break


10:40 - 11:20 Best Student Paper Presentations


Rodrigo Caye Daudt (ONERA), Bertrand Le Saux (ONERA), Alexandre Boulch (ONERA), Yann Gousseau (Télécom ParisTech)

Guided Anisotropic Diffusion and Iterative Learning for Weakly Supervised Change Detection


Benjamin Kellenberger (Wageningen University and Research), Diego Marcos (Wageningen University and Research), Devis Tuia (Wageningen University and Research)

When a few clicks make all the difference: Improving weakly-supervised wildlife detection in UAV images


11:20 - 12:00 Invited talk 2


Danielle R. Wood, MIT

Title: The Role of Space Technology to Support Sustainable Development


12:00 - 13:30 Lunch


13:30 - 13:50 Best Paper Presentation


Matt Leotta (Kitware), Chengjiang Long (Kitware), Bastien Jacquet (Kitware), Matthieu Zins (Kitware), Dan Lipsa (Kitware), Jie Shan (Purdue), Bo Xu (Purdue), Zhixin Li (Purdue), Xu Zhang (Columbia University), Shih-Fu Chang (Columbia University), Matthew Purri (Rutgers University), Jia Xue (Rutgers University), Kristin Dana (Rutgers University)

Urban Semantic 3D Reconstruction from Multiview Satellite Imagery


13:50 - 15:20 Posters


Rodrigo Caye Daudt (ONERA), Bertrand Le Saux (ONERA), Alexandre Boulch (ONERA), Yann Gousseau (Télécom ParisTech)

Guided Anisotropic Diffusion and Iterative Learning for Weakly Supervised Change Detection


Benjamin Kellenberger (Wageningen University and Research), Diego Marcos (Wageningen University and Research), Devis Tuia (Wageningen University and Research)

When a few clicks make all the difference: Improving weakly-supervised wildlife detection in UAV images


Matt Leotta (Kitware), Chengjiang Long (Kitware), Bastien Jacquet (Kitware), Matthieu Zins (Kitware), Dan Lipsa (Kitware), Jie Shan (Purdue), Bo Xu (Purdue), Zhixin Li (Purdue), Xu Zhang (Columbia University), Shih-Fu Chang (Columbia University), Matthew Purri (Rutgers University), Jia Xue (Rutgers University), Kristin Dana (Rutgers University)

Urban Semantic 3D Reconstruction from Multiview Satellite Imagery


Jacob Shermeyer (CosmiQ Works, In-Q-Tel), Adam Van Etten (IQT)

The Effects of Super-Resolution on Object Detection Performance in Satellite Imagery


Liuyun DUAN (Luxcarta Technology), Mathieu Desbrun (Caltech), Anne Giraud (Luxcarta Technology), Frédéric Trastour (Luxcarta Technology), Lionel Laurore ( Luxcarta Technology)

Large-scale DTM generation from satellite data


M. Usman Rafique (University of Kentucky), Hunter Blanton (University of Kentucky), Nathan Jacobs (University of Kentucky)

Weakly Supervised Fusion of Multiple Overhead Images


Xudong Jin (Harbin Institute of Technology), Yanfeng Gu (Harbin Institute of Technology)

Intrinsic Scene Properties from Hyperspectral Images and LiDAR


Ksenia Bittner (German Aerospace Center), Marco Körner (Technical University of Munich); Peter Reinartz (German Aerospace Center)

Late or Earlier Information Fusion from Depth and Spectral Data? Large-Scale Digital Surface Model Refinement by Hybrid-cGAN


Bertrand Le Saux (ONERA), Naoto Yokoya (Riken), Ronny Hänsch (Technische Universität Berlin), Myron Brown (Johns Hopkins University), Greg Hager (Johns Hopkins University)

2019 IEEE GRSS Data Fusion Contest: Large-Scale Semantic 3D Reconstruction


15:20 - 16:00 Afternoon Break


16:00 - 16:40 Invited talk 3


Hanan Samet, University of Maryland

Title: Reading News with Maps by Exploiting Spatial Synonyms


16:40 - 17:00 Award Ceremony and Closing of the Workshop

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