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 typically attracts around 100 people 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. Academic researchers should register here.
For our industry friends, a limited number of registrations are available for a fee. Please contact Samson Timoner - email@example.com for details.
Please submit a one-page PDF abstract using the CVPR 2015 Extended Abstract Template by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts are due by 11:59pm on
Mon Nov 4th Fri Nov 8th, 2019. Oral decisions will be released by Nov 25th.
You may present work that has already been published, or work that is in progress. All 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 supplemental 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.
|09:00-10:00||Breakfast, sign-in, poster setup|
|10:15-11:45||Oral presentations 1||
|14:30-15:45||Oral presentations 2||
|16:00-17:15||Oral presentations 3||
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The workshop will be held in Alumnae Hall (194 Meeting Street, Providence, RI, 02912; campus map):
By train: From the station, campus is a 15 minute walk up College Hill, or a short taxi ride. From Boston: MBTA and Amtrak services run regularly. Take a train south from South Station or Back Bay to Providence, RI. MBTA service is on the Providence/Stoughton line. MBTA fares are $12.50 and takes 1:00-1:10 hr from South Station; Amtrak takes 40 minutes and costs $14 for early booking on the Northeastern train or up to $40-60 for the Acela train. From New Haven, New London, NYC: Amtrak service north to Providence, RI.
By coach: Peter Pan coach services run throughout New England; come to Providence (downtown) and either walk (15 mins), take a local bus (RIPTA, $2), or use taxi services.
Local buses: Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) has a schedule and map, with real-time information through the "Transit" app. Buses 1, 32, 33 run to campus from downtown; walking is ~15 minutes.
By car: Brown has a visitor parking lot which costs $15 per day. Instructions here. Entrance is on Brook Street (map). On-street parking within campus is extremely limited. Street parking ~10 minutes walk away has fewer restrictions.
Thank you to Elizabeth James and Samson Timoner for helping us arrange NECV 2019. Thank you also to the steering committee: Todd Zickler, Yun Raymond Fu, Octavia Camps, Kate Saenko, Erik Learned-Miller, and Subhransu Maji.