Workshop Program (location: QUINCE room [Q])

TIMEEVENT
09:00-10:00KEYNOTE: DR PAUL SAJDA (Columbia University)
Neural Correlates of Spatiotemporal Event Recognition: Application to Brain-Computer Interfaces for Video Exploitation
10:00-10:30BREAK
10:30-10:45Compressed-Domain Correlates of Fixations in Video
Sayedhossein Khatoonabadi (Simon Fraser University); Ivan V. Bajic (Simon Fraser University); Yufeng Shan (Cisco Systems)
10:45-11:00Classifying Perceptual Experience of Tone-mapped High Dynamic Range Videos through EEG
Seong-Eun Moon (Yonsei University, KR); Jong-Seok Lee (Yonsei University, KR)
11:00-11:15A Neurobiologically-Inspired Stochastic Framework for Video Search and Analysis
Ricky Sethi (UMass Amherst)
11:15-11:30Attention Retargeting by Color Manipulation in Images
Victor Mateescu (Simon Fraser University); Ivan V. Bajic (Simon Fraser University)
11:30-11:45Geometrical Cues in Visual Saliency Models for Active Object Recognition in Egocentric Videos
Vincent Buso (LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, FR); Jenny Benois (LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, FR); Jean-Philippe Domenger (LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, FR)
11:45-12:00DISCUSSION
12:00-14:00LUNCH
14:00-15:30DEMOS
 Can Subliminal Flicker Guide Attention in Natural Images?
Victor Mateescu (Simon Fraser University); Ivan V. Bajic (Simon Fraser University)
 Studying the Perceived Quality Variation over Time for Video Quality Assessment
Juan Vicente Talens-Noguera (University of Hull, UK); Hantao Liu (University of Hull, UK)
 Automatic Pronunciation Assistance on Video
Maria Pantoja (Santa Clara University)
 Effect of Subliminal Cueing on In-attentional Blindness
Deepti Pappusetty (Florida Atlantic University); Hari Kalva (Florida Atlantic University)
 Perception of Object Motion and Objectless Motion
Howard S. Hock (Florida Atlantic University)
15:30-16:00BREAK
16:00-17:00INTERACTIVE PANEL
17:00-17:30CONCLUDING REMARKS