Bay Area Vision Meeting 2014

Bay Area Vision Meeting 2014

Hosted by Computational Vision and Geometry Lab

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The Bay Area Vision Meeting (BAVM) is an informal gathering (without a printed proceedings) of academic and industry researchers with interest in computer vision and related areas. The goal is to build community among vision researchers in the San Francisco Bay Area, however, visitors and travelers from afar are also encouraged to attend and present. New research, previews of work to be shown at upcoming vision conferences, reviews of not-well-publicized work, and descriptions of "work in progress" are all welcome.

Organizer and Chair : Prof. Silvio Savarese
Student Organizers : David Held, Brett Kuprel, Christopher B. Choy, Saumitro Dasgupta, Sam Corbett-Davies, Iro Armeni
Webmaster : Christopher B. Choy

Topic and Format

The topic of BAVM 2014 is 3D Computer Vision: Sensing and Recognition. This full-day meeting will consist of keynote speeches by invited speakers as well as demos and poster sessions. The meeting is open to all researchers, faculty and students.

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We are currently full. On-site registration will not be available. If you are not registered, you will not be able to attend.

Important Dates

Poster & Demo Registration deadline:

September 19th, 2014

Attendance Registration deadline:

September 19th, 2014


October 3rd, 2014

Sponsors Diamond

  • yelp
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  • ebay
  • nvidia
  • nec
  • google