Call for Papers

Important Dates

All times below are due by 23:59 PM Montreal Time (EDT)

Proceeding Track

Submission Due: July 28, 2021

Notification: August 11, 2021

Camera Ready: August 16, 2021

Non-Proceeding Track

Submission Due: September 6, 2021

Notification: September 20, 2021

Camera Ready: September 27, 2021

Submission Guidelines

General Rules

  • All submitted manuscripts should follow the ICCV 2021 paper template, using the ICCV-21 author kit

  • Submissions will be peer-reviewed under the double-blind policy. There will be no rebuttal (author feedback) phase.

  • Please submit online through our CMT system

  • A small group of papers will be selected to give LIVE oral talks. All accepted papers will be presented at virtual poster sessions.

  • All accepted papers will be available on this website. Authors can optionally submit a video to further help advertise their papers.


Submission Types

  • Non-proceeding submission

  1. Short papers (extended abstracts): up to 4 pages (including references)

  2. Regular papers: up to 8 pages (excluding references)

  • Proceeding submission

  1. Regular papers: up to 8 pages (excluding references)


Additional Instructions

  • Both types of non-proceeding submissions can be (1) work in progress, or (2) work under review, or (3) work that is already accepted/published elsewhere (e.g., ICCV’21, CVPR'21, ICML'21 papers). The goal is to aggregate all efforts in relevant areas.

  • Short papers (non-proceedings) are convenient for work in progress or under review since the dual submission policy typically does not apply to 4-page papers. This means that authors can concurrently or later submit their work to other venues even if the short paper is accepted at our workshop.

  • Regular papers (non-proceedings) are convenient for the work that is already accepted/published elsewhere, which can be submitted to our workshop without shrinking to 4-page short papers, i.e., only reformatting using the ICCV format is required.

  • Papers with original content are highly encouraged for proceeding submissions, especially those for applications with limited algorithmic novelty, creating new datasets, benchmarking existing algorithms, which are often undervalued and relatively difficult to get accepted at main conferences.


Awards

  • There will be the Best Paper Award as voted by our program committees

  • There will be the Best Student Paper Award as voted by our program committees