Thank you to everyone who participated in CRV 2021!
Many of the videos from the talks and sessions are available on our YouTube Channel.
Congratulations to the award winners
Best Computer Vision Paper
“Sequential Fusion via Bounding Box and Motion PointPainting for 3D Objection Detection”
Anas Mahmoud (University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, Canada), Steven L. Waslander (University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, Canada)
Best Robotics Paper
“PathBench: A Benchmarking Platform for Classical and Learned Path Planning Algorithms”
Alexandru-Iosif Toma (Imperial College London, United Kingdom), Hao-Ya Hsueh (Ryerson University, Canada), Hussein Ali Jaafar (Ryerson University, Canada), Riku Murai (Imperial College London, United Kingdom), Paul H.J. Kelly (Imperial College London, United Kingdom), Sajad Saeedi (Ryerson University, Canada)
John Barren Dissertation Awards
Dr. Amir Rasouli (York University)
“The Role of Context in Understanding and Predicting Pedestrian Behavior in Urban Traffic Scenes”
Dr. Mrigank Rochan (University of Manitoba)
“Efficient Deep Learning Models for Video Abstraction”
Important Dates (all times midnight PST)
Paper Submission Deadline: March 5, 2021
Decision Notifications: April 8, 2021
Camera-Ready Papers Deadline: April 29, 2021
Virtual Conference: May 26-28, 2021
The proceedings for the conference will be submitted to IEEE Xplore.
The Conference on Robots and Vision (previously the Conference on Computer and Robot Vision) is an annual conference hosted in Canada and will be co-located with the Canadian Artificial Intelligence (AI) conference