For 2022, AI/CRV will be a virtual conference. All presentations and posters will be online, with in-person social events to be scheduled in Toronto for those who are able to attend in-person. Viewing rooms and isolated presentation facilities will be available for all visitors to the University of Toronto during the event.

Important Dates (all times midnight EST)

Paper Submission Deadline: March 5, 2022
Decision Notifications: April 8, 2022
Camera-Ready Papers Deadline: April 29, 2022
In-person Conference: May 31 - June 2, 2022

Best Paper Awards in Robotics

“Occlusion-Aware Self-Supervised Stereo Matching with Confidence Guided Raw Disparity Fusion”
Xiule Fan (University of Waterloo), Soo Jeon (University of Waterloo), Baris Fidan (University of Waterloo)

Best Paper Awards in Computer Vision

“Occluded Text detection and Recognition in the Wild”
Zobeir Raisi (University of Waterloo), John Zelek (University of Waterloo)

John Barren Dissertation Awards in Robotics

“Multi-Robot Planning Strategies for Non-myopic Spatial Sampling”
Dr. Sandeep Manjanna (McGill University)

John Barren Dissertation Awards in Computer Vision

“Image Color Correction, Enhancement, and Editing”
Dr. Mohmoud Afifi (York University)

Proceedings Publication

The proceedings for the conference will be submitted to IEEE Xplore.

About CRV

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