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Notification for accepted papers send out!

The workshop is moved to September 17 & 18 2020!

Corona Update

We would like to update you on measures taken by the university in response to the Corona virus and its effects on the Austrian Joint Computer Vision and Robotics Workshop and the reviewing process.

First, due to the latest developments we will move the workshop to a later date in September and we are currently fixing a new date for the workshop. We will inform here once we have new dates confirmed.

We will however continue the review process as planned with the previously determined deadlines. Our plan is to publish the accepted papers as pre-proceedings soon prior to the postponed workshop.

You don’t need to cancel you registration. It will remain valid for the postponed workshop. If you need to cancel for some reason we like to ask you to contact the workshop chairs.

The program Chairs,

Friedrich Fraundorfer
Roland Perko
Gerald Steinbauer
Mathias Brandstötter

Paper Submission Deadline extended to 28.02.2010 (see here).

Thomas Schmickl from University Graz and Frank Kirchner from DFKI will give invited talks (see here).

Registration is open (see here)!

The Joint Austrian Computer Vision and Robotics Workshop aims at further fostering collaboration of Austria‘s computer vision and robotics communities and of discussing emerging topics in both fields. We look forward to the presentation and discussion of recent research as well as current projects from the Austrian Computer Vision and Robotics community.

The workshop will be held at Graz University of Technology from 16th to 17th of April 2020. A specific goal is to strengthen the cooperation between academia and industry. Therefore, the contributions and participation from industry is strongly encouraged, e.g., with short spotlight papers. The workshop will be organized in the two tracks computer vision and robotics with shared presentations and shared invited talks of common interest.

The workshop is organized in cooperation with:

The workshop is supported by: