Main Conference Presentation Instructions
- Check the ACCV program for the day, time and session of your oral presentation.
- Timing: 20 minutes has been allocated for each oral presentation. This includes speaker setup, talk and question time. You should aim to speak for 15 minutes only.
- Projector. A projector and computer (running Windows with Powerpoint) will be supplied. The projectors are 1024x768. If you prefer to use your laptop, you may do so, but you *must* test that your presentation works at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your session.
- Please make sure your presentation is readable on the above resolution. Generally, headers should be 36 point and normal text should be at least 24 point.
- Check the ACCV program for the day of your poster session. Posters should be pinned up on your allocated board before the start of the first oral session and then left there for the whole day. Poster presenters are expected to be at their posters during the allocated poster times (except for time to get lunch and coffee etc).
- Poster boards: are 2 metres high by 1 metre wide. This easily accommodates an A0 size poster.
- A small number of small tables are also available if you want to setup a laptop or similar in front of your poster. Please see the helpers during the conference to arrange a table.
- Please make sure your poster is readable from a reasonable distance. Text size of at least 16 point is recommended.
- All material required to attach posters to panels will be provided at the conference.
Camera Ready Submission
All submission is now closed. This content is being kept for posterity.
Camera ready copies of accepted papers are due on September 30, 23:59, Pacific Time.
Authors can now upload their final papers for the main conference to the submissions site.
Please ensure that ACCV standards (as specified below) are followed before uploading your paper.
For information regarding submission to a workshop, please see the workshops page.
Accepted and presented papers will be published after the conference in four volumes of Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science. During the conference, each conference participant will receive an e-copy of all the accepted papers, including supplemental videos as submitted by authors with their final paper (and as approved by program chairs).
A final paper submission has to provide all the Latex sources (figures in pdf, png or jpg format), a signed copyright form (see the form in the author kit), a pdf of the paper, and at most 12 pages in LNCS style, with the option of purchasing up to 2 extra pages. Authors may also submit additionally one video in YouTube uploadable format, with a maximum length of 3 min, for possible inclusion into the e-copy of all accepted papers (see above). Submissions are via the ACCV 2010 submission website only. All files for one paper (including the optional video) need to be zipped into one archive, with a maximum size of 10MB.
Authors are expected to integrate ACCV reviewer suggestions into the final paper (e.g., introduce additional experimental results, improve clarity and presentation, or add references). However, this should not change the basic contents of your submission:
- You are not allowed to introduce new technical material in the camera ready version of the paper that was not seen by the reviewers,
- You are not allowed to remove material from the paper that was used as basis for the acceptance of the paper unless requested from the reviewers,
- Title changes are discouraged. If necessary, minor changes may be made subject to the approval of the PC.
- Adding authors is discouraged. Any addition must have valid reasons and requires the approval of the PC.
Final papers will be compared to submitted papers. A violation of one the above items could lead to rejection of your paper.
Registration of at least one author
Please keep in mind that at least one author should register by September 30th, 2010, to have your paper included in the proceedings. ACCV'2010 has a passport registration system: a student or full registration provides automatic access to all workshops and tutorials. (IVCNZ is a separate conference and requires extra payment; see registration page.)
The author kit provides a LaTeX2e template for the final paper submissions, the LNCS copyright form, and sources of an example paper to demonstrate the format. Please refer to this example for detailed formatting instructions.
Instructions and Policies
Paper length: At most 12 pages; additional pages (up to 2) will require a surcharge of $NZ150 per additional page. Final submissions (by September 30) have to be prepared in LaTeX2e, thus suitable for compiling the proceedings in one uniform text editing environment.
Supplemental video: Authors may optionally upload one supplemental video, also zipped into the single archive containing all the Latex sources of the paper, the signed copyright form, and a pdf of the paper. This archive may be 10MB at most.
Each poster will be displayed between 8.30 am and 6 pm on one of the three days of ACCV (see program for assigned days). The available display area is 2m high by 1 m wide (which fits an A0 page easily). Conference participants may vote for the Best Poster, and the Best Poster Award ceremony will be at the end of ACCV, after the final talk.