EUVIP 2022 Special Session

EUVIP 2022 Special Session on

“Machine Learning for Immersive Content Processing”

September, 2022, Lisbon, Portugal



  • Hadi Amirpour, Klagenfurt University, Austria
  • Christine Guillemot, INSA, France
  • Christian Timmerer, Klagenfurt University, Austria


Brief description:

The importance of remote communication is becoming more and more important in particular after  COVID-19 crisis. However, to bring a more realistic visual experience, more than the traditional two-dimensional (2D) interfaces we know today is required. Immersive media such as 360-degree, light fields, point cloud, ultra-high-definition, high dynamic range, etc. can fill this gap. These modalities, however, face several challenges from capture to display. Learning-based solutions show great promise and significant performance in improving traditional solutions in addressing the challenges. In this special session, we will focus on research works aimed at extending and improving the use of learning-based architectures for immersive imaging technologies.

Important dates:

Paper Submissions: 6th June, 2022
Paper Notifications: 11th July, 2022