Netherlands Conference on Computer Vision

April 24-25, 2014; Ermelo, The Netherlands


There is now an NCCV LinkedIn group that can be used to discuss anything related to computer vision in The Netherlands.

The full program of the conference is now available.

The Netherlands Conference on Computer Vision (NCCV) is a new initiative that aims to bring together practitioners and researchers in computer vision to present and discuss their work. 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.

The first NCCV will be held on April 24-25, 2014 in Ermelo, The Netherlands. NCCV is organized in collaboration with ASCI, SIKS, and NWO.

The conference poster is here. The full program of the conference is available here.

Invited Speakers

The following speakers have agreed to speak at NCCV 2014:


The following is a non-exhaustive list of topics that are of interest to the conference:

  • Early and Biologically ­Inspired Vision

  • Color and Texture

  • Segmentation and Grouping

  • Computational Photography and Video ­

  • Motion and Tracking ­

  • Shape-­from-­X

  • Stereo and Structure from Motion

  • Image­-Based Modeling

  • Illumination and Reflectance Modeling

  • Shape Representation and Matching­

  • Object Detection, Recognition, and Categorization

  • Video Analysis and Event Recognition ­

  • Face and Gesture Analysis

  • Statistical Methods and Learning

  • Performance Evaluation

  • Medical Image Analysis

  • Image and Video Retrieval

  • Vision for Graphics

  • Vision for Robotics

  • Vision for Internet

  • Applications of Computer Vision


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