The New England Computer Vision Workshop (NECV) brings together researchers in computer vision and related areas for an informal exchange of ideas through a full day of presentations and posters. NECV attracts researchers from universities and industry research labs in New England. As in previous years, the workshop will focus on graduate student presentations.
Participation is free for all researchers at academic institutions.
To secure your spot and enjoy a guaranteed lunch (for early registrants),
please register by the early registration deadline on Monday, November 20, 2023.
Register Here for Academic Researchers
Industry Participants: For our industry friends, a limited number of registrations are available for a fee. Please contact Samson Timoner - email@example.com for registration details.
Please submit a one-page PDF abstract using the
CVPR 2024 rebuttal template
by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the title of your work and the list of authors in the abstract.
Abstracts are due by
Sunday, November 19 Monday, November 20.
Oral decisions will be released by November 22.
You may present work that has already been published, or work that is in progress. All relevant submissions will be granted a poster presentation, and selected submissions from each institution will be granted 12-minute oral presentations. Post-docs and faculty may submit for poster presentations, but oral presentations are reserved for graduate students.
There will be no publications resulting from the workshop, so presentations will not be considered "prior peer-reviewed work" according to any definition we are aware of. Thus, work presented at NECV can be subsequently submitted to other venues without citation.
The workshop is after the CVPR submission deadline, so come and show off your new work in a friendly environment. It's also just before the NeurIPS conference, so feel free to come and practice your presentation.
Oral Presentation. Each presentation is allocated a 12-minute slot, with an additional 3 minutes dedicated to questions and the change of speaker. We kindly request all oral presenters to bring their machines for their presentation. The presentation equipment supports both HDMI and Type-C for screen sharing. Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the scheduled Oral session to test your machine and ensure compatibility with the provided equipment. Similar to regular conferences, we have also allocated poster boards for Oral presenters. Please find your poster ID.
Poster Presentation. The poster session will be held at the ECSC building, adjacent to the oral session venue. Your assigned poster ID can be found on this website. Please locate the correct poster board to display your poster. Easels and foam cores will be provided for mounting posters, accommodating sizes up to 36x48 inches. The foam cores are not attached, allowing flexibility for landscape or portrait orientation. You are welcome to use any format within that size limit.
|08:30-09:30||Registration, Poster Setup & Breakfast||Cummings 1F|
|09:30-09:45||Welcome & Opening||Cummings 100|
|09:45-10:45||Oral Session I||Cummings 100|
|10:55-11:55||Oral Session II||Cummings 100|
|13:00-14:30||Poster Session||ECSC 1F|
|14:30-14:50||Coffee Break||Cummings 1F|
|14:50-15:50||Oral Session III||Cummings 100|
|15:50-16:00||Closing Remark||Cummings 100|
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Corporate Relations Chair: Samson Timoner
Logistic Chair: Julia D. Ganson
Photographer: Katherine M. Lenhart
Thank you to Susan Cable and Andrila Hait Chakrabarti for helping us arrange NECV 2023. Thank you also to the steering committee: Phillip Isola, Pulkit Agrawal, James Tompkin, Benjamin Kimia, Todd Zickler, Yun Raymond Fu, Octavia Camps, Kate Saenko, Margrit Betke, Sclaroff Stan, Erik Learned-Miller, and Subhransu Maji.