International Computer Vision Summer School: Computer Vision in the Age of Large Language Models Call for Papers

International Computer Vision Summer School

**Computer Vision in the Age of Large Language Models**

Sicily, Italy, 07-13 July 2024






The eighteenth edition of the International Computer Vision Summer
School aims to provide both an objective and clear overview and an
in-depth analysis of the state-of-the-art research in Computer
Vision. The last decade has seen a revolution in the theory and
application of computer vision and machine learning. The next decade
will see machine perception in embodied systems which learn
representations for and from action and interaction.

The courses will be delivered by world renowned experts in the field,
from both academia and industry, and will cover both theoretical and
practical aspects of real Computer Vision problems as well as examples
of their successful commercialisation.

The school aims to provide a stimulating opportunity for young
researchers and Ph.D. students. The participants will benefit from
direct interaction and discussions with world leaders in Computer
Vision. Participants will also have the possibility to present the
results of their research, and to interact with their scientific
peers, in a friendly and constructive environment.


    Zeynep Akata, University of Tübingen, DEU
    Vijay Badrinarayanan, Wayve, USA
    Michael Black, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, DEU
    Andreas Geiger, University of Tübingen, DEU
    Georgia Gkioxari, California Institute of Technology, USA
    Abhishek Gupta, University of Washington, USA
    Aaron Hertzmann, Adobe Research, USA
    Derek Hoeim, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
    Diane Larlus, Naver Labs Europe, FRA
    Richard Newcombe, Meta Reality Labs Research, USA
    Pietro Perona, California Institute of Technology, USA
    Stefano Soatto, Amazon and University of California Los Angeles, USA
    Andrea Tagliasacchi, Simon Fraser University, CAN
    Antonio Torralba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA


* Roberto Cipolla, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

* Sebastiano Battiato, University of Catania, Italy

* Giovanni Maria Farinella, University of Catania, Italy

*SPECIAL SESSION - Industry meets Student*

In addition to the academic programme, we are organizing a special
session to allow students to meet and learn about the opportunities
and activities at the world leading research laboratories and
companies which are exploiting computer vision.


    Amazon Science, US
    Ambarella-VISLAB, US
    Google, US
    Qualcomm, US
    Meta - Reality Labs Research, US
    Wayve, UK


Good ideas have deep roots. Understanding such roots is key to being
able to generate new ideas moving forward. The main goal of the
Reading Group is to understand and discuss with mentors ways in which
exploration of these roots can be performed. The students will have a
chance to meet and interact and discuss research with the speakers of
the school in a dedicate session called "Meeting with Mentors".

Detailed instructions with the rules of engagements will be sent to
students after acceptance notification.


The essay competition reflects the importance of considering the
"real world" social impact of technology alongside the
fundamental goals of basic R&D.

Computer Vision is an area of scientific and technological development
that will continue to have a profound impact on society. It will
redefine the way in which information technology intersects and
interfaces with medicine and other disciplines, it will play a key
role in the care of an ageing population, and it is already a
fundamental aspect of modern security technology.

Participants in the competition may write a piece of original work on
a topic. Detailed instructions with the rules of engagements will be
soon online.


Accepted students may submit a poster to present their research
activity. The poster should be sent before 7 June 2024, 23:59, GMT
+2:00, Italy Time. Please, read the Call for Student Poster section
for poster guidelines.

A subset from the submitted posters will be selected by the school
committee for short oral presentation. A best presentation prize will
be given to the best presentation selected by the school committee.


In amongst a packed program of over 30 hours of school activities,
there will be time for a tour of the ancient and picturesque town of
Ragusa Ibla (RG) including the opportunity to experience the local
traditions in the form of folk dancing and a delicious feast featuring
many of the local delicacies. A social dinner and a party on the beach
are also part of the social program.

*See some picture of last editions*

*See Previous Editions at the following link*