Five motions and two non-binding polls were considered at the June 2016 PAMI-TC meeting held at CVPR. View the results of the vote.
One motion was raised at the December 2015 PAMI-TC meeting held at ICCV to select the location of ICCV 2019. View the results of the vote.
The CVF co-sponsored CVPR 2015, and once again provided the community with an open access proceedings.
Five motions were raised at the PAMI-TC meeting, as well as two non-binding polls related to professional memberships. View the results of the vote.
CVPR 2014, the second edition of CVPR sponsored by the CVF, has concluded. As is typical for our community, the organizers did a fantastic job.
Four motions were raised at the PAMI-TC meeting, as well as one non-binding poll related to potential locations for CVPR 2017. View the results of the vote.
ICCV 2013, the first international conference co-sponsored by the CVF, was a resounding success. We thank the organizing committee for their tremendous effort.
View the slides from the awards ceremony, including the Marr Prize, PAMI-TC Helmholtz Test-of-Time Award, PAMI-TC Mark Everingham Prize, PAMI-TC Distinguished Researcher Award and Best Reviewers.
Jan Koenderink was awarded the Azriel Rosenfeld Lifetime Achievement Award. View his acceptance speech here.
Three motions were raised at the PAMI-TC meeting. View the results of the vote.
Starting with CVPR 2013, all main conference papers from CVF sponsored meetings will be archived in open access format. You can access the proceedings via:
The Computer Vision Foundation is pleased to announce that we are co-sponsoring ICCV 2013 and CVPR 2014. All members of the CVF are entitled to the ‘member’ registration rate for the conference.
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