AVA/BMVA spring (AGM) meeting 2012

Microsoft Research, Cambridge

May 22, 2012 – May 22, 2012

AVA/BMVA Meeting on Biological and Computer Vision

Microsoft Research, Cambridge
Microsoft Research Ltd, 7 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0FB

Invited Keynote Speakers:
Aude Oliva (MIT)
Mike Chantler (Heriot-Watt University)


The study of biological and machine vision share much common history (eg Marr), and each discipline has benefited enormously from findings and techniques from the other. The aim of this meeting, organised jointly by the AVA (UK biological vision) and BMVA (UK computer vision) is to reignite conversations between these two fields.

We particularly encourage submissions that will be of potential cross-disciplinary interest to both human and computer vision. However, regular human vision AVA submissions, as well as computer vision techniques likely to be of interest to a general audience, are welcome.

250 word short abstracts can be submitted via the conference website. For the most part abstracts will be reviewed and published in the journal Perception and should therefore describe original work. Authors may choose to present less original cross-over work or to withhold their abstract from publication in which case they should choose the "no publication" option when submitting.

You can submit an abstract from the "call" page. Or directly from this link:



The registration fees depends on whether you are a member of the AVA, the BMVA or neither. See the registration link. Note that AVA and BMVA have different funding models, hence the different prices.


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