Call for Proposals for the Organization of ECCV 2024

Call for Proposals for the Organization of ECCV 2024


The European Computer Vision Association (ECVA) invites candidate
organizers to submit proposals for the organization of ECCV 2024.  The
European Conference on Computer Vision is a premiere conference for
computer vision research, organized in alternation with ICCV, the
international version on the same topic. Where ICCV is organized in
odd years, ECCV is organized in even years.  ECCV 2020 is being held
virtually, ECCV 2022 is planned to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel.


This is to call potential organizers to submit their proposals to
organize the conference in 2024. There is no format to comply with but
obviously the best and most complete among the proposals will have a
good chance of being selected. Proposals should at least include the
following information: dates, city, meeting site, hotels, and team
details (general chairs, program chairs, finance chair, local
arrangements, and some of the other members in charge of the
program). ECCV is generally held in autumn (September / October) and
submission deadlines should be synchronized with other top-vision
conferences (in particular the CVPRs of the same and following year).


Given the precarious situation about the pandemic, economic situation
or climate based travel restrictions we believe it is important for
future organizers to make plans which are flexible with respect to the
number of physical attendees and encourage candidate organizers to
investigate hybrid participation models combining physical and remote


It might still be necessary to allow for the main venue to be capable
of supporting 5,000 - 10,000 attendees and have sufficient space for
the industrial exhibition, which generally means convention centres or
similar venues. The team should contact the site in advance to make
sure the intended dates are available and attempt to reserve those
dates if possible. The proposal should include a preliminary budget.


At ECCV 2020, the general assembly of the ECVA will convene to discuss
current matters and to select the organizers and the site of ECCV
2024. The date for that meeting will be fixed asap.


The ECVA is composed of the general chairs and program chairs of the
past editions of the conference. The ECVA will first decide on the
order of the meeting and how to reach a conclusion. Then, proposers
are invited to present their proposal in 10 minutes each exactly. (If
there are many proposers the time for presentation may be shortened,
of which fact the proposers will be notified.)


Material to illustrate the proposal must be submitted to ECVA
( before August 15th, 2020. Proposers will be
notified upon reception on time. Proposals will be forwarded to the
ECVA members.

Marc Pollefeys, Bent Schiele, Horst Bischof

Executive Board of the European Computer Vision Association