Waikoloa, Hawaii
WACV 2023
January 3 - 7, 2023
Waikoloa, Hawaii

Overview

The IEEE/CVF Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV) is one of the premier international computer vision events, comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and tutorials.

Sponsorship Details

Workshops

WACV 2023 Workshop on Pretraining Large Vision and Multimodal Models Workshop
January 3
This workshop centers on pretraining for vision and language models, including both computer vision and multimodal applications.

Amazon speaker: R. Manmatha

Amazon organizers: Emily Webber, Corey Barret, Arjun Balasubramanian, Can Karakus

Amazon program committee: Larry Davis, Son Tran, Raffay Hamid, Ali Jahanian

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/wacv2023-workshop
WACV 2023 Workshop on Dealing with Novelty in Open Worlds (DNOW)
January 3
This workshop invites researchers to stimulate fruitful discussions to move forward computer vision research in open worlds.
WACV 2023 3rd Workshop on Real-World Surveillance: Applications and Challenges (RWS)
January 3 - January 7
Computer vision methods trained on public databases demonstrate performance drift when deployed for real-world surveillance, compared to their initial results on the test set of those employed databases. In this workshop, we are interested in papers reporting their experimental results on any application of computer vision in real-world surveillance.
WACV 2023 Workshop on Video/Audio Quality in Computer Vision
January 7
WACV 2023 Workshop on Monocular Depth Estimation Challenge
January 7
The workshop will consist of two parts: invited keynote talks discussing current developments in MDE and a challenge organized around a novel benchmarking procedure using the SYNS dataset.

Amazon organizer: Chris Russell

Website: https://jspenmar.github.io/MDEC

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