Authors Information

Oral Presentation

Each oral presentation is scheduled for 20 minutes including questions and discussion. Powerpoint or PDF slides are recommended for your talk.

The conference hall will be equipped with a presentation notebook with MS Office, Acrobat Reader, and popular programs like Windows Media Player for playing videos. Please contact us if you need any particular software for this purpose.

The presenters are kindly requested to copy their files to the conference presentation notebook and test at least 30 minutes before the session starts. We will ask the session chair to be there as well.

You can also use your own notebook for your presentation (although we do not recommend to do so). In this case we strongly suggest you make a thorough test before the sessions starts.

It is of utmost importance that authors keep to the presentation time limit to achieve appropriate timing. Therefore, please organize your slides around the points you intend to make, use no more than one slide per minute. A reasonable strategy is to allocate about 1-2 minutes per slide when there are equations or important key points to make, and one minute per slide when the content is less complex. Slides attract and hold attention and reinforce what you say - provided you keep them simple and easy to read.

Poster Presentation

The maximum poster size in portrait format is A0: 841mm (width) x 1189mm (height) and in landscape format A1: 841mm (width) x 594 (height). Tape and pins will be provided at the conference to mount posters on the boards.

Poster sessions are a good medium for authors to present papers and meet with interested attendees for in-depth technical discussions. In addition, attendees find the poster sessions a good way to sample many papers in parallel. Thus, it is important that you display your message clearly and noticeably to attract people who might have an interest in your paper. Your poster should cover the key points of your work. It need not, and should not, attempt to include all the details, you can describe them in person to people who are interested. The ideal poster is designed to attract attention, provide a brief overview of your work, and initiate discussion.

It is possible to have your posters printed on site at Campus Copy & Print.

Call for Video Demos

The venue for CAIP 2013 is the Ron Cooke Hub on the new Heslington East campus expansion at the University of York. Within this building is a brand new 360 degree projection space, known as:

The 3Sixty

We invite CAIP participants to consider whether they have a demo that would be suitable for display in the 3Sixty. Panoramic imaging or video are the most obvious areas that would benefit from 360 degree viewing. However, any vision result could make use of having four simultaneous displays. For example: showing raw input on one wall, some intermediate stages of processing on two walls and the final result on the fourth wall.

This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your research in a unique display facility. If you are interested in providing a demonstration, please email Dr. Will Smith at: