18th Conference on Robots and Vision Call for Papers

18th Conference on Robots and Vision (CRV) to your list of computer vision conferences? I'm co-chairing it with Liam Paull, University of Montreal.

Due date: February 11, 2021
Full name: 18th Conference on Robots and Vision
Short name: CRV 2021
Link: http://www.computerrobotvision.org/

Virtually in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
May 26-28, 2021 

New in 2021, the 18th Conference on Robots and Vision seeks high-quality paper submissions from all aspects of robotics and computer vision.  In particular, CRV 2021 invites contributions in the following areas:

3-D Point Clouds, Depth Cameras

Early Vision

Multi-Robot Systems

3-D Reconstruction

Environment Modeling

Object Recognition and Detection

Active Perception

Faces, Gestures, Body Poses

Perceptual Organization

Activity Recognition

Features: Detection, Description, Matching

Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing


Field Robotics

Real-Time Perception

Biologically-Motivated Perception


Reinforcement Learning


Human-Robot Interaction

Representation Learning


Image Retrieval

Robust/Adaptive Robotic Control

Camera Networks

Localization, Mapping, Odometry, SLAM



Machine Learning for Perception

Sensor Fusion

Computational Photography


Sensor-Based Navigation and Control

Convolutional Networks

Medical Imaging

Shape Representation

Deep Learning


Software Tools for Vision & Robotics

Document Analysis

Motion and Tracking

Vision for Autonomous Vehicles

Domain Adaptation, Transfer Learning

Motion and Path Planning

Visual Servoing

Important Dates

Paper Submission Deadline:	February 11, 2021

Decision Notifications: 		March 25, 2021

Camera-Ready Papers Deadline:	April 15, 2021

Virtual Conference:			May 26-28, 2021

Submission Guidelines

Submissions must be standalone papers, of 4-8 pages in length and in
IEEE format. Papers must describe original research. Duplicate
submissions to other conferences or workshops are strictly prohibited.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

Daniela Rus - MIT

Sergey Levine - UC Berkeley

Confirmed Symposia Speakers

Ariel Anders - robust.ai

Angel Chang - Simon Fraser University

Ke Li - Simon Fraser University

Hsiu-Chin Lin - McGill University

Ashique Rupam Mahmood - U of Alberta / Amii

Adriana Romero Soriano - Facebook AI

Conference Proceedings

Accepted papers will be published by IEEE publishing services and will
appear on IEEEXplore.

For more information, contact the CRV 2021 program co-chairs:

Liam Paull, University of Montreal

Helge Rhodin, University of British Columbia