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17th floor in East Village

November 17, 2017 (All day)
Registration Required
Cost: Free
November 17, 2017 (All day)

We are very pleased to announce that the third New England Computer Vision Workshop (NECV) will be held at Northeastern University on Friday, November 17, 2017. Following the success of the 2015 and 2016 workshops organized by UMass Amherst and Boston University, we would like to invite all the researchers of the New England area to our annual NECV. As many of you may recall, it is a nice platform for an informal exchange of ideas through a full day of presentations and posters, and with, of course, breakfast and lunch served. Please register (for free) here:

A major focus of the workshop will be graduate student presentations. You may present work that has already been published or work in progress. All submissions will be granted a poster presentation**, and selected works from each school will be granted 12-minute oral presentations. Post-docs and faculty may submit as well for poster presentations, but most oral presentations will be reserved for graduate students.

If you wish to present, please submit a one-page abstract using the CVPR 2015 Extended Abstract template which can be found here: Check out last year’s submissions  NECV2016 Abstracts.pdf

Please email submissions to Y. Raymond Fu at and cc to Joe Robinson <> with the subject line: NECV2017.

24 Oct.     Abstracts Due

4 Nov.    Decisions about oral presentations released. All submissions will be allocated a poster (except incomplete submissions).

17 Nov.    NECV2017 @ NEU


The tentative schedule is:

9:00-10:00    Breakfast, sign-in, poster setup

10:00-10:15     Welcome and introduction (coffee and tea will be available)

10:15-12:00     Oral presentations

12:00-1:00     Lunch

1:00-3:00     Poster presentations (coffee and tea will be available)

3:00:5:30     Oral Presentations


Please register soon! We look forward to seeing you here in November!



**Note that, as last year, because all submissions will be accepted, and there will be no publication resulting from the workshop, it will not be considered “prior peer-reviewed work” according to any definition of which we are aware. In other words, work presented at the workshop could be subsequently submitted to other conferences and workshops without citation.