Detailed Programme

The full BMVC 2019 Programme (including paper abstracts) can be downloaded here. Monday 9th September 12:00 — 13:15   Registration 13:15 — 13:30   Welcome 13:30 — 15:30   Tutorial Sir Martin Evans Building Computational Face AnalysisProf. Michel Valstar (University of Nottingham) 15:30 — 16:15   Tea Break SU, Great Hall 16:15 — 18:15 […]

Student Bursaries

The deadline for bursary applications has now passed. In order to encourage students to attend and present their work at BMVC 2019, this year we offer 7 student bursaries to cover their registration cost (excluding accommodation and travel costs). These bursaries have been made possible thanks to our Platinum Sponsors. […]

Instructions for Area Chairs

Your assigned papers are now available at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/BMVC2019/. Please check them and notify us at programmechairs@bmvc2019.org of any suspected conflicts, violations, or other concerns ASAP by Friday, May 17 latest. The deadline for completion of the reviews (for BMVC Reviewers) is Monday, June 10th. So your main Area Chairing tasks […]

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Keynote Speakers

Prof. Adrian Hilton University of Surrey Title: 4D Vision in the Wild Keynote Day: Tuesday 10th September Abstract: Over the past decade 3D Computer Vision has advanced from reconstruction of static scenes under controlled conditions towards full 4D spatio-temporal reconstruction and structured modelling of complex dynamic scenes. This talk will […]

Tutorials

Prof. Michel Valstar University of Nottingham Title: Computational Face Analysis Abstract: In this tutorial I will go through the pipeline of computational face analysis, which includes face detection, face recognition, facial expression recognition, and higher-level behaviour analysis such as the prediction of behaviomedical conditions, for example depression or pain. The […]

Call for Papers

The submission deadline for BMVC 2019 papers has now passed. We received over 1,000 submissions, a new record for BMVC. Exact figures and statistics will be released in due course. Please refer to the workshops page for links to workshop calls for papers. The British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) is one of the major international conferences on computer vision […]

Call for Workshop Proposals

The British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC) is one of the major international conferences on computer vision and related areas. It is organised by the British Machine Vision Association (BMVA). The 30th BMVC will be held at the University of Cardiff, 9th—12th Sept 2019. We are soliciting proposals for workshops to […]

Submit your Paper

The submission deadline for BMVC 2019 papers has now passed. We received over 1,000 submissions, a new record for BMVC. Exact figures and statistics will be released in due course. Please refer to the workshops page for workshop paper submission instructions. Paper submission and registration are handled on CMT. Paper registration is performed by registering as a […]

Presentation Instructions

POSTER PRINTING: we recommend using “The Print Centre” for poster printing, as there is a branch in close proximity to the BMVC 2019 venue and they can cater to international orders. See: http://www.printcentrecardiff.com/cardiff-students-union/ for contact information (we suggest calling), and mention BMVC 2019 for a 10% discount (on or before […]