Author Guidelines: A full paper submission has to be in English, LNCS style and pdf format. The papers accepted for the conference will be allocated 12 pages in the proceedings. There is a 10MB limit on the size of the file of submitted paper. The document should be converted from LaTeX to standard PDF that is readable using Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later. To prevent problems with fonts, please create portable PDF files. Choose an option like Download all fonts, when creating the PDF file(s). Please use 'outline' fonts and not 'bitmap' fonts, for the same reason. Papers violating the formatting rules, or having more than 12 pages will be rejected without review. Accepted workshop papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.


Dual submission of main ACCV conference and IMV Workshop
  When submitting a paper to the main conference of ACCV, the authors are
allowed to choose whether they wish the paper to be considered as a
workshop paper in case the paper is rejected from the main conference.
If “Yes”, they are requested to choose *one* potential workshop.

Paper submitted to IMV Workshop only (deadline: September 1)

Deadline : September 7 (**extended**) (submission closed)

Please email your paper directly to Dr. Chu-Song Chen ( and Prof. Shang-Hong Lai (
The review is double-blind. Please send two PDF files for a paper. One contains only the paper ID (see below), title, authors, affiliations, contact information, and abstract. The other contains the paper ID, title, abstract, and the entire body of the paper (with no authors information revealed).
Request of paper ID: If you will submit a paper, please use the link "Paper ID Request" below to obtain a paper ID. It will assign an ID (for the paper) and give the ftp server address (for the supplementary materials). Paper ID Request

Author Kit: The author kit provides a LaTeX2e template for full paper submissions, and sources of an example paper to demonstrate the format. Please refer to the following files for detailed formatting instructions. Example submission paper with detailed instructions: accv2012submission.pdf.

Author Kit (gzipped tar file): accv2012submissionkit.tar

Author Kit (zip file):
Supplementary Material: Authors may optionally upload supplemental material. Typically, this material might include videos of results that cannot be included in the main paper, anonymously related submissions to other conferences and journals, and appendices or technical reports containing extended proofs and mathematical derivations that are not essential for understanding of the paper. Note that the contents of the supplemental material should be referred to appropriately in the full paper submission, and that reviewers are not obliged to look at it. All supplemental material must be a single file (.zip or .pdf). There is a 30MB limit on the size of this file. You can update the file by uploading a new one (the old one will be deleted and replaced). Note that the FTP site is not for the paper submission. It is also allowed if you prefer to use public video servers (such as YouTube) for demonstrating your supplementary materials. This can be simply done by citing a link in your paper. However, due to the double-blind rule, you cannot reveal any of the author information (or made it able to be inferred) in the cited link. The deadline of the supplementary materials is September 7 (deadline extended).

For any questions or comments about this workshop, please contact Dr. Chu-Song Chen (