The Computer Vision Winter Workshop (CVWW) is the annual meeting organized annually since 1996 by computer vision research groups located in Graz, Ljubljana, Prague, and Vienna. The basic goal of this workshop is to communicate fresh ideas within the groups and to provide conference experience to PhD students. However, the workshop is open to everyone.
The main topics of the workshop are:
|→ Computer vision||→ 3D Vision|
|→ Pattern recognition, aka machine learning||→ Human-computer/robot interaction|
|→ Image analysis||→ Robotics and vision for robotics|
|→ Medical imaging||→ Applications|
The Center for Machine Perception bridged between the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics was supposed to organize the 26th CVWW in Mikulov, South Moravia on February 7-9, 2022. Václav Hlaváč and Tomáš Svoboda were intended program chairs. Václav Hlaváč took the responsibility for the organization. Due to uncertain COVID prediction and worsening situation, Václav Hlaváč decided on Nov 9, 2021, to cancel the workshop. Hopefully TU Wien team headed by Robert Sablatnig will be luckier with CVWW 2023.
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