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Vision is predictive, allowing us to react to changing situations in a timely manner. Catching a ball, locking gaze on a moving target, tracking a person’s intentions, all require understanding a trajectory of change and predicting the outcome. This theme is a focus of research in several fields and each session of this conference spans three of them: human vision, computer/computational vision, and visual neuroscience. This conference is held every two years and is now co-organized and supported by our CFREF-funded Vision: Science to Applications (VISTA) program.

 

Themes

  • Moving targets, moving sensors: eyes and cameras 
  • Concurrent predictions across streams and modalities
  • Attention and recurrent processes
  • Analysis of human actions and activities
  • Visually guided control
  • Scene dynamics

 

Speakers

Jim DiCarlo, MIT John Tsotsos, York University
Julie Golomb, Ohio State University Angelika Lingnau, Royal Holloway
Tirin Moore, Stanford University Peter Thier, University of Tübingen
Chris Pack, McGill University Christoph Feichtenhofer, Facebook AI Research
Yasu Furukawa, Simon Fraser University Leonid Sigal, UBC
David Whitney, UC Berkeley Pierre-Michel Bernier, University of Sherbrooke
Jackie Gottlieb, Columbia University Katja Fiehler, University of Giessen
Antonio Torralba, MIT Alexander Gail, University of Gottingen
Heiner Deubel, University of Munich Angela Schoellig, University of Toronto
Rufin VanRullen, CerCo, France Jim Little, UBC
John Reynolds, Salk Institute Mary Hayhoe, University of Texas Austin
Daniel Dilks, Emory University Dan Kersten, University of Minnesota
   

 

Highlights of the Conference

  • Over 20 interdisciplinary presentations spanning behavioural, computational and neuroscience perspectives.
  • Trainee and researcher poster sessions.
  • Satellite workshops including Predictive Vision Philosophy.
  • Industry partners exhibition.
  • Networking opportunities and final-day BBQ Banquet.

 

Why visit Toronto?

  • York University is 40 minutes north of Toronto city centre on the subway.
  • Niagara Falls is a 1.5 hour trip by car.
  • We are just a 2 hour flight from New York.
  • ICPV2019 is only the week before CVPR 2019 in California.
  • The 20 best things to do in Toronto

 

 

Register here - CVR2019.eventbrite.ca