Sponsors/Exhibitors

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On behalf of the General Chairs, Gerard Medioni, Anthony Hoogs, and, Scott McCloskey, I implore you for your kind support to the upcoming WACV 2018 with a small grant. Your support is very valuable as WACV grows with the rapidly growing area of computer vision and finds its niche as one of the premier vision conferences in north America and in the pantheon of computer vision conferences worldwide. It can only achieve these goals with participation and gracious support from our industrial sponsors. As you know, corporate sponsorship is an excellent way to spread the word about the computer vision research and development work going on at your company and is a very effective tool for recruitment. Our attendance has been growing significantly over the last few years. This year…
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Call for Workshops

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The 2018 IEEE Winter Conference of Applications on Computer Vision (WACV 2018) will host one day of workshops on 15 March 2018, immediately after the main conference. We invite workshop proposals that focus on topics related to computer vision and its applications, interdisciplinary themes with other scientific and application areas, as well as emerging challenges or competitions. The format, style, and content of accepted workshops are under the control of the workshop organizers and largely autonomous from the main conference. Workshop organizers are expected to manage their technical programs, invite experts in the domain, and maintain a website for the workshop. Workshop registration and logistics will be handled by the main conference. Important Dates Workshop proposal deadline: October 3, 2017 Acceptance notification: October 17, 2017 Workshop submissions due (suggested): December…
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Call for Tutorials

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Proposals for tutorials to be held in conjunction with WACV 2018 are invited. Proposals must be for half-day tutorials. The tutorials will be held during the mornings of the main conference. Important Dates Tutorial proposal deadline: December 8, 2017 Acceptance notification: December 22, 2017 Goals and Organization The ideal tutorial should attract a wide audience, and should be broad enough to provide a gentle introduction to the chosen research area, but should also cover the most important contributions in depth. Tutorial materials should be made available by the presenters on their website prior to the conference. Tutorial registration will be handled centrally by the main conference. Submission Instructions Proposals should have at most three pages and clearly specify the following: Tutorial title and presenters Outline of topics to be presented,…
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