Differential Geometry in Computer Vision and Machine Learning

We are organizing the 5’th International workshop on Differential Geometry in Computer Vision and Machine Learning (DiffCVML) in conjunction with CVPR 2020 to be held in Washington, Seattle in June 2020. We invite contributions for full length papers from you and your colleagues on the broad topic of topological methods and differential geometric approaches for computer vision, machine learning, and medical imaging. 

We are planning a full day workshop comprising both oral and poster presentations. You can find more information at https://diffcvml.org/2020 along with the call for papers at http://diffcvml.org/2020/cfp_DiffCVML2020.pdf.

The workshop will be held on one of the days from June 16’th to 18’th June. The paper should be 8 pages in length excluding references and the submission date (tentatively) is March 8’th 2020. We will send out further emails when CVPR informs us the final date of the workshop.

The workshop will feature keynote lectures by the following distinguished speakers:

Dr. Tamal Dey, Ohio State University, USA 
Dr. Guido Montufar, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Dr. Elizabeth Munch, Michigan State University, USA
Dr. Lek-Heng Lim, University of Chicago, USA
Dr. Pavan Turaga, Arizona State University, USA

We aim to foster interactions between engineers, mathematicians, statisticians, and computer scientists but also domain experts in the field of computer vision, biology, and medicine. 

Please email me if you have any questions. 
Thank you,
Shantanu Joshi

On behalf of the organizing committee, DiffCVML 2020

Shantanu H. Joshi, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Pavan Turaga, Arizona State University, USA
Vittorio Murino, IIT Genoa, and the University of Verona, Verona, Italy
Baba Vemuri, University of Florida, USA
Anuj Srivastava, Florida State University, USA

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