CVPR 2023 Tentative Program Overview
This year, CVPR will be single track such that everyone (with full passport registration) can attend everything. The focus will be on few selected plenary talks, scientific discussions at poster sessions and plenty of time for networking and socializing. Each paper will be presented at a poster session. All paper award candidates will have a plenary oral talk. Every attendee will have access to a personalized digital program. The virtual platform will host videos, posters and a chat room for every paper. All plenary events will be streamed.
Papers are assigned to poster sessions such that topics are maximally spread over sessions (attendees will find interesting papers at each session) while grouping similar posters within each poster session to minimize walking distances. We used a 1D t-SNE projection of the SPECTER paper embeddings to realize this assignment.
- Visit the Virtual Site to access the schedule, live stream, paper browser, zoom links, videos and chat rooms!
- The program booklet pdf is available for download
- The workshop and tutorials booklet pdf is available for download
- Workshops and Tutorials will be hosted on Sunday 6/18 and Monday 6/19
- List of accepted papers and interactive charts (CVPR by the Numbers and CVPR Team Sizes) are available now
- Rodney Brooks (MIT)
- Yejin Choi (University of Washington)
- Larry Zitnick (Meta)
History and Future of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision
Chelsea Finn (Stanford), Dan Huttenlocher (MIT), Linda Shapiro (University of Washington), Jamie Shotton (Wayve)
Vision, Language, and Creativity
Aaron Hertzmann (Adobe), Michal Irani (Weizmann Institute of Science), Devi Parikh (Georgia Tech), Jason Salavon (University of Chicago)
Scientific Discovery and the Environment
Elizabeth A. Barnes (Colorado State University), Sara Beery (MIT), Josh Bloom (UC Berkeley), Kyle Cranmer (UW Madison)