The best paper award of ICCP 2018 goes to Dynamic Heterodyne Interferometry by Tomohiro Maeda, Achuta Kadambi, Schechner Yoav, and Ramesh Raskar

The best poster award of ICCP 2018 goes to Occluder Aided Computational Periscopy by Sheila Werth, John Murray-Bruce, Yanting Ma, Charles Saunders, Christopher Yu, William T. Freeman, and Vivek K Goyal.

The best demo award of ICCP 2018 goes to Focal Track: Depth and Accommodation with Oscillating Lens Deformation by Qi Guo, Emma Alexander, and Todd Zickler.

Congratulations to all winners!

The field of Computational Photography seeks to create new photographic functionalities and experiences that go beyond what is possible with traditional cameras and image processing tools. The IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography is organized with the vision of fostering the community of researchers, from many different disciplines, working on computational photography.


Dec 10    Paper submission deadline
Dec 15     Supplemental material due
Feb 05     Reviews due
Feb 09-15     Rebuttal period
Feb 27     Paper decisions
Mar 28     Camera ready versions

Mar 24     Posters/demos deadline *updated*
Mar 27     Posters/demos decision *updated*

Mar 28     Early registration ends
May 4-6   ICCP 2018


Aug 15   Website open
Oct 10   Keynote speakers announced
Oct 30   Submission portal open
Jan 16   Call for posters and demos released
Feb 01   Registration is open
Mar 19   Program released
May 01   Accepted posters and demos released



ICCP 2018 will be held at the McConomy Auditorium at the Cohon University Center.
Address: Cohon University Center, 5032 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213


ICCP 2018 reception will be in the Outdoor Garden in Phipps Conservatory.
Details TBA.








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