Another success of Tomas Pajdla at ICCV 2023 in Paris


In early October 2023, the leading international computer vision conference ICCV 2023 was held in Paris.

The paper „Viewing Graph Solvability in Practice“ by Tomas Pajdla and his colleagues (Federica Arrigoni – University of Trento and Andrea Fusiello – University of Udine) was among the 17 papers nominated for the Marr Prize out of 2161 papers presented at the conference.

Tomas Pajdla, who works at the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) of CTU as head of the Applied Algebra and Geometry group, is the fourth best Czech computer scientist according to the ranking.  In 2022, he won the „best paper“ award at the CVPR conference in New Orleans for his paper „Learning to Solve Hard Minimal Problems“. In 2021, he won the Marr „best paper honorable mention“ award at the ICCV 2021 conference in Montreal for his paper „Viewing Graph Solvability via Cycle Consistency“ and in 2019, he won the Marr „best student paper“ award at the ICCV 2019 conference in Seoul for his paper „PLMP – Point-Line Minimal Problems in Complete Multi-View Visibility“.

The IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision is ranked among the top 30 most prestigious scientific conferences and journals in the world by Google Scholar.

Arrigoni, T. Pajdla, A. Fusiello. Viewing Graph Solvability in Practice. IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision, Paris, 2023.

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