[visionlist] [CFP, deadline March 15th] LatinX in CV (LXCV) Research Workshop CVPR 2022
Talavera Martinez, Estefania (UT-EEMCS)
e.talaveramartinez at utwente.nl
Sat Mar 5 18:05:33 -04 2022
The Official LatinX in CV (LXCV) Research Workshop is co-located with virtual CVPR<https://cvpr2022.thecvf.com/> on Sunday, June 19th, 2022.
The workshop is a one-day event with invited speakers, oral presentations, and posters. The event brings together faculty, graduate students, research scientists, and engineers for an opportunity to connect and exchange ideas. There will be a panel discussion and a mentoring session to discuss current research trends and career choices in computer vision.
While all presenters will identify primarily as LatinX, all are invited to attend. LatinX in AI encourage application for financial support to attend. It must be noted that the Latinx in AI organization can provide financial support for attending the conference, either in the form of registration fees or other travel expense, if you have any questions feel free to contact us (lxcv22-chairs at latinxinai.org<mailto:lxcv22-chairs at latinxinai.org>)
Call for Papers
We strongly encourage students, post-docs and researchers who primarily identify as LatinX , working anywhere in the world in all areas of Computer Vision to submit work describing new ideas, work-in-progress as well as previously or concurrently published research.
We welcome submissions in theoretical and methodological contributions, but also applications. While the presenting author need not be the first author of the work, we encourage authors to highlight the contribution of Latinx individuals — particularly the presenting author — in the abstract. While the event focuses primarily on researchers who identify as Latinx, everyone is invited to attend.
Topics of interest include all aspects of computer vision and pattern recognition, for guidance, you can check the topics of interest of conferences such as CVPR and ICCV
We accept two kinds of submissions:
Full-papers: 4 to 8 pages excluding references. We allow supplementary material in another file. Accepted papers of this kind will be part of the official CVPR workshop proceedings and presented in the workshop. Note that these papers are expected to present novel research.
Extended abstracts: Up to 3 pages excluding references. They can present work in progress, exploratory/preliminary research or already published work, or any relevant computer vision applications for Latinamerica. Accepted papers in this track will not be archived in the CVPR workshop proceedings and can be published in another venue in the future.
Submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed and should be submitted as a single PDF file. The submissions should strictly follow the guidelines provided by the CVPR 2022 Author Kit<https://cvpr2022.thecvf.com/sites/default/files/2021-10/cvpr2022-author_kit-v1_1-1.zip> to avoid the risk of being rejected without consideration of their merits. Submissions must state the research problem, motivation, and technical contribution. All submissions must be self-contained and include all figures, tables, and references.
Authors of all accepted papers/abstracts will be asked to present their work in a poster session. A few authors will be selected to give 10–15 minute oral presentations.
The submission deadlines for the full papers and extended abstracts as well as other important dates are given below. Please note that no extensions will be offered for submissions.
Important Dates (11h59 PM PST)
March 11th, 2022: Sign up as reviewer deadline
March 15th, 2022: Full Paper submission deadline
April 12th, 2022: Notification of submission acceptances
April 19th, 2022: Camera ready submissions
March 22nd, 2022: Abstract Paper submission deadline
April 7th, 2022: Notification of submission acceptances
April 15th, 2022: Camera ready submissions
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