Call for Papers-All accepted papers would be indexed by EI.


The rapid development of computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning has had enormous impact on processing and interpretation of remotely sensed data. There is still a lot of room for improvement in these areas. CVRS 2015 is to serve as an international forum to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss cutting-edge research on computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning and their applications in remotely sensed data processing. CVRS 2015 will expose participants to the most recent developments in this exciting interdisciplinary area, and invites authors to submit original and unpublished work. Details about CVRS 2015 can be found in


The topics of interest will include, but not limited to the following:

Innovative Algorithms:

  • 3D feature extraction from 3D point clouds
  • 3D scene reconstruction
  • Deep learning
  • Fully and semi-automated object extraction
  • Hyperspectral, SAR and range image processing
  • Image sequences and multi-temporal analysis
  • LiDAR point cloud processing
  • Machine learning
  • Multi-scale segmentation
  • Object-oriented image analysis
  • Point cloud graphics and visualization
  • Spatial Point Process Modeling
  • Pattern analysis for 2D and 3D mapping

Novel Applications:

  • Building information modeling (BIM)
  • Cultural heritage documentation
  • Indoor mobile mapping systems
  • Land use and cover mapping
  • Mobile scanning and imaging systems
  • Traffic surveillance and monitoring
  • Transportation infrastructure inventory
  • Oil spill detection and tracking
  • Coastal zone change detection
  • Marine waters monitoring
  • Renewable energy mapping
  • Hazard monitoring
  • Global change studies

Special Session Open Call

We welcome special session proposals. Each special session is expected to have oral 5-6 papers. Each Paper would be presented for 15 minutes with 5 minutes Q & A. All special session papers are reviewed equally as the regular ones and would be put together in the conference proceedings and indexed by EI. The due for the special session proposal is Nov. 30. Please contact TPC Chair Prof. Rongrong Ji to submit your proposals.