Call for Paper — Workshop "Surveillance, Terrorism, Normality?"

16./17. Juli 2018 in Tübingen

 

Flexible, semi-automatic Analysis System for the Evaluation of Mass Video Data

We are currently organizing the workshop „Surveillance, Terrorism, Normality?“ at Tübingen University (July 16-17, 2018). The workshop is intended as an opportunity to bring surveillance studies, security studies, ethics and terrorism studies together and to initiate a dialogue between junior and senior researchers in these fields. We are happy to announce Prof Charlotte Heath-Kelly (University of Warwick) und Dr Matthias Leese (ETH Zurich) as keynote speakers.

Please follow this link for the Call for Paper.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is March 27, 2018.

 

Project homepage: http://www.florida-project.de

 

Aims of the Project

FLORIDA is a German-Austrian cooperation project that develops a system for the visual and auditory analysis of image and video mass data. The German part of the project concentrates on image and video analysis, while the Austrian partners focus on the evaluation of the audio track.

The project will develop a system for the visual and auditory analysis of heterogeneous mass image and video data, such as those provided by witnesses in the aftermath of terrorist attacks. The system will use methods such as geo-spatial crime scene reconstruction, visual analytics, generic object search and audio analysis. The ethical investigations at the IZEW deal with the ethically acceptable collection, processing and analysis of mass image and video data.

 

 

Call for Paper — Workshop "Surveillance, Terrorism, Normality?"

16./17. Juli 2018 in Tübingen

 

Flexible, semi-automatic Analysis System for the Evaluation of Mass Video Data

We are currently organizing the workshop „Surveillance, Terrorism, Normality?“ at Tübingen University (July 16-17, 2018). The workshop is intended as an opportunity to bring surveillance studies, security studies, ethics and terrorism studies together and to initiate a dialogue between junior and senior researchers in these fields. We are happy to announce Prof Charlotte Heath-Kelly (University of Warwick) und Dr Matthias Leese (ETH Zurich) as keynote speakers.

Please follow this link for the Call for Paper.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is March 27, 2018.

 

Project homepage: http://www.florida-project.de

 

Aims of the Project

FLORIDA is a German-Austrian cooperation project that develops a system for the visual and auditory analysis of image and video mass data. The German part of the project concentrates on image and video analysis, while the Austrian partners focus on the evaluation of the audio track.

The project will develop a system for the visual and auditory analysis of heterogeneous mass image and video data, such as those provided by witnesses in the aftermath of terrorist attacks. The system will use methods such as geo-spatial crime scene reconstruction, visual analytics, generic object search and audio analysis. The ethical investigations at the IZEW deal with the ethically acceptable collection, processing and analysis of mass image and video data.