Third International Workshop on Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision
(SPHCV) @ ECCV2010 September 11, 2010
Second International Workshop on Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision
(SPHCV) @ ECVP09 August 29, 2009
SPHCV was a major success, exposing students and researchers in
computer vision to recent progress in the human shape perception
community. We hope to provide students and researchers in human
shape perception an equivalent exposure to recent progress in the
computer vision community.
New Perspectives on Human Problem Solving.
Purdue Winer Memorial Lectures. November, 2008, West Lafayette, USA.
This was the second international workshop on human problem solving
that was held at Purdue. There were about 40 attendees from USA,
Canada, Europe and Australia.
First International Workshop on Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision
(SPHCV) @ ECCV08 October 18, 2008
The goal of this workshop was to bring together some of the community's most distinguished shape perception researchers, from both human and computer vision, to
discuss the current status of research on shape, identify the major challenges that need to be addressed, and help define directions for future research. This
was the first such multidisciplinary workshop devoted specifically to shape perception.
Workshop on Human Problem Solving. Difficult Optimization Tasks.
June, 2005, West Lafayette, USA.
This workshop was the first ever meeting that brought together
psychologists and computer scientists to discuss human ability to
solve combinatorial optimization problems. Delegates from the USA, Canada, Australia, Great Britain, The Netherlands, and Austria met
at Purdue University.