[9:30-9:35 IST / 18:30-18:35 JST] Opening
Chairs: Ichiro Ide (Nagoya Univ.) and Yoko Yamakata (The Univ. of Tokyo)

[9:35-11:05 IST / 18:35-20:05 JST] Oral Session
Chair: Keisuke Doman (Chukyo Univ.)

  • Cooking Activity Recognition in Egocentric Videos with a Hand Mask Image Branch in the Multi-stream CNN
    Shinya Michibata (Osaka Pref. Univ.)
    Katsufumi Inoue (Osaka Pref. Univ.)
    Michifumi Yoshioka (Osaka Pref. Univ.)
    Atsushi Hashimoto (OMRON SINIC X Corp.)
  • Interactive Cake Decoration with Whipped Cream
    Mako Miyatake (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    Aoi Watanabe (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    Yoshihiro Kawahara (The Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Cooking Recipe Analysis based on Sequences of Distributed Representation on Procedure Texts and Associated Images
    Akari Ninomiya (Nihon Univ.)
    Tomonobu Ozaki (Nihon Univ.)

[11:05-11:10 IST / 20:05-20:10 JST] Closing
Chairs: Ichiro Ide (Nagoya Univ.) and Yoko Yamakata (The Univ. of Tokyo)

[11:10-11:20 IST / 20:10-20:20 JST] Short Break

[11:20- IST / 20:20- JST] Get-together Online Party
(See below for more details)

Get-together Party (online)

We are planning to have a get-together party (online) after the closing of the workshop. Please prepare your own drink and food. We recommend each participant to prepare a can (or cans ;)) of the most popular Irish beer "Guinness" for the toast. The detailed information will be announced here.

The research community of CEA is truly interdisciplinary, including health science, domestic science, and cultural science. Even if we limit ourselves to computer science, there is much related work in the field of multimedia analysis, human-computer interaction, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence. For such interdiscipline research groups, CEA has provided a get-together party every year. We believe it is a good opportunity to discover each other, introduce your trials and interests, and discuss the status and where we should go.

Presentation Instruction

Accepted papers will be presented as ONLINE oral presentations. Each presentation is allocated 30 minutes (25 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion). The detailed information on the online presentations will be announced here.