The British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) is the British Machine Vision Association (BMVA) annual conference on machine vision, image processing, and pattern recognition. It is one of the major international conferences on computer vision and related areas held in the UK. With increasing popularity and quality, it has established itself as a prestigious event on the vision calendar.
This year’s BMVC will be held virtually over four days with a keynote talk, two oral presentation sessions and a poster session on each day in the traditional single-track format. Please see the schedule for the detailed timetable for the different sessions. We are delighted to announce that our four keynote speakers will be Sanja Fidler, Laura Leal-Taixé, Kate Saenko and Andrew Davison. The details of the accepted papers and their presentation times are now available.
We very much hope that you are able to join the interactive virtual BMVC! Registration details for the virtual conference are now available. We have worked hard to keep costs down for the conference; standard registration is available at only £25. Please also follow our twitter feed @bmvc2020.
The Virtual Conference
The virtual conference will consist of a live-stream of the keynotes and oral sessions, with the opportunity for questions and answers with the presenters, as well as poster sessions consisting of pre-recorded videos for all papers as well as interactive discussions with authors over text, audio and video via rocket.chat channels. In addition there will be scheduled activities from sponsors and discussion/networking forums including a BMVA town hall meeting for future ideas and how to get involved.
Please note that papers for poster presentation are allocated a specific day and will be presented during both morning and afternoon sessions along with the oral papers for the sessions on the same day.
Further details for authors with poster or oral presentations can be found on the instructions for presenting authors page and the page addressing Frequently Asked Questions. Please note that papers for poster presentation are allocated a specific day and will be presented during both morning and afternoon sessions along with the oral papers for the sessions on the same day and at least one author for each paper should make themselves available for both timeslots to participate in the interactive poster sessions.