CVPR is the premier annual computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and short courses. With its high quality and low cost, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers.
James J. DiCarlo, M.D., Ph.D.,
Peter de Florez Professor of Neuroscience, Head, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Investigator, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT,
Harry Shum, Ph.D.,
Executive Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Research Group, Microsoft,
and Dan Jurafsky, Ph.D.,
Professor and Chair of Linguistics, Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University.
July 22 - 25
July 21 and 26
July 22 - 25
July 21 and 26
CVPR 2017 will take place at the Hawaii Convention Center from July 21 to July 26, 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Main Conference: July 22 - July 25
Workshops & Tutorials: July 21, 26
Looking forward to seeing you in Honolulu, Hawaii.
If any questions, please contact general and program chairs.
Videos of the spotlights and orals are now available on the Computer Vision Foundation YouTube channel (link). There are playlists for each session.
If you did not turn in the video release form (see link ), you can email the form to Ginger Boult. Any issues, please contact Ginger.
CVPR 2017 Awards can be found here.
The slides from the opening ceremony are available here, describing statistics about the technical program and the Expo; important information about room locations, overflow rooms and other logistics; the best paper award winners; and the PAMI-TC award winners.
We will be using Twitter as one mechanism to allow attendees to post questions during oral presentations using the hashtag #CVPR17SN where N denotes the number of the session. For example use #CVPR17S3 to post questions during session 3. Please follow @CVPR for official announcements from the CVPR organizers. You can use the hashtag #CVPR17 for other conference tweets.
CVPR 2017 Program Schedule is available here.
CVPR 2017 Papers are available here.
This release coincides with a new version of the archive itself, including supplemental material and videos for past meetings.
CVPR represents an international community of scholars whose collective efforts are embodied in one of the finest conferences in all of Computer Science.
The CVPR 2017 organizers take the view that good ideas could come from anyone, anywhere and that these good ideas should be disseminated for the good of all humanity – without exception. The organizing committee will continue to work to ensure that we do all we can to live up to these ideals. Our community knows no boundaries and we will strive to help researchers to participate, no matter where they live.
You do not have to be an author to attend.