2023 4th International Conference on Computer Vision, Image and Deep Learning (CVIDL 2023)


Computer Vision

Scope of the workshop

We are soliciting proposals for workshops to be held together with the 2023 4th International Conference on Computer Vision, Image and Deep Learning (CVIDL 2023). The workshops will take place on May 13 at the same venue as the main conference in Zhuhai, China. The purpose of the workshops is to provide a comprehensive forum on topics that will not be fully explored during the main conference and to encourage in-depth discussion of technical, application, and community issues. In addition, we strongly encourage and will give special consideration during the review process to workshops aiming to create and strengthen communities  as well as workshops focusing on the social impact of computer vision.  

The workshop is also calling for papers, for more details please Click

    Topics of interest

    We solicit original papers including but not limited to:

    • 3D from a single image and shape-from-x

    • 3D from multi-view and sensors

    • 3D shape modeling and processing

    • Computational imaging

    • Computer vision theory

    • Embodied vision: Active agents; simulation

    • Explainable AI for CV

    • Faces and gestures

    • Fairness, privacy, ethics, social-good, transparency, accountability in vision

    • First person (egocentric) vision

    • Geometric deep learning

    • Human-in-the-loop computer vision

    • Human pose/shape estimation

    • Image and video forensics

    • Image and video synthesis

    • Low-level and physics-based vision

    • Medical and biological vision; cell microscopy

    • Motion estimation, matching and tracking

    • Multimodal learning

    • Navigation and autonomous driving

    • Neural generative models

    • Object pose estimation and tracking

    • Photogrammetry and remote sensing

    • Vision and audio

    • Vision and graphics

    • Vision and language

    • Vision and robotics

    • Vision applications and systems