NCCV 2019 - The Dutch Conference on Computer Vision

NCCV is the premium scientific Computer Vision conference in The Netherlands. NCCV has a lunch-to-lunch schedule with overnight stay in order to foster interaction between students, staff, and practitioners both during the scientific program and in the evening. We welcome everybody interested in Computer Vision in the Netherlands to join us!

Organised by Wageningen Plant Research, Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing, Farm Technology

Mon 16 December 2019 until Tue 17 December 2019

Duration Lunch to lunch schedule with overnight stay

We solicit submissions for oral, poster or demo presentations related to Computer Vision Topics include, but are not limited to:

Submission guidelines

The conference solicits two types of contributions:

  • Track A: Type A contributions present new unpublished work in a paper of 4-8 pages. The papers will be peer-reviewed by the program committee. In case of acceptance, NCCV does not claim copyright of the paper, so you are free to re-submit it elsewhere after NCCV.
  • Track B: Type B contributions are abstracts (2 pages max.) of work that was previously published in another peer-reviewed computer-vision venue (CVPR, ECCV, ICCV, IJCV, IEEE TPAMI, IEEE TIP, IEEE TMI, MIA, IPMI, MICCAI etc.).

Abstracts are used to determine the final program of the conference.

To ensure a high quality of the conference and to reduce reviewer load, we particularly encourage the submission of type B papers.

All contributions will be published on the NCCV website, but no copyright will be claimed.

The program committee will decide on which (A and B) contributions to selected for an oral presentation, and which ones for a poster presentation.

Please prepare your submission by downloading the Latex templates here.

Invited speakers

Vittorio Ferrari, Google

Vittorio Ferrari, Google

Nicolas Courty, University of South Brittany

Nicolas Courty, University of South Brittany