CVPRW-CVFAD 2021 : CVPR Workshop on Computer Vision for Fashion, Art, and Design : Call for Submissions
Call For Papers
4th Workshop on Computer Vision for Fashion, Art, and Design
CVPR 2021 workshop
25 June, 2021
Creative domains, such as fashion, art and design, are a significant part of modern society, and much effort centers around the creation, consumption and analytics of creative visual content. In recent years, there has been an explosion of research in applying machine learning and computer vision algorithms to various aspects of the creative domains, including generating, analyzing and processing visual content.
Our Computer Vision for Fashion, Art, and Design (CVFAD) workshop in its 4th edition aims to build on the success of the previous versions, and on the increased interest witnessed over time, to create a space for collaboration between artists, professionals in creative industries and computer vision scientists.
Call for submissions
The workshop will provide five keynotes with diverse backgrounds to encourage interdisciplinary discussions and idea sharing, as well as a paper track.
For the paper track, we solicit papers on developing and applying computer vision techniques that are valuable in the creative domains, with an emphasis on fashion, art and design. These submissions will undergo a peer-review process. To provide rich opportunities to share opinions and experience in such an emerging field, we will accept paper submissions on established and novel ideas, as well as workshop challenges.
Topics of papers include but are not limited to:
-Style and product recommendation
-Cross-domain visual search for fashion
-Visual size and fit advice
-Body Shape Prediction
-Automatic article tagging
-Trend analysis and forecasting
-Efficient methods for fashion search
-Fashion analysis in videos
-Design with humans in the loop
-Creative Visual Content Generation
-Clothing landmark estimation
-Style propagation modeling
Accepted papers will be part of the workshop proceedings and be displayed on our website. The top papers will also be invited to present orally during the workshop. Submitted papers should follow the CVPR 2021 paper template. The page limit is less than four pages, excluding references. Submitted work can be shorter versions (extended abstract) of work presented at the main conference or work in progress which may (or may not) be submitted to a different conference at a later date. The accepted papers will be linked at the workshop webpage. Papers will be peer reviewed under single-blind policy, and must be submitted online through the CMT submission system at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CVFAD2021.
Authors can choose to include their paper as part of the ICCV Workshop Proceedings if the paper is not the shorter version of an accepted work in the ICCV 2019 proceedings. Papers which exceed the page limit (four pages excluding references) will result in rejection.
Thanks to the 4-pages limitations, submitting at our workshop will not prevent you from submitting to conferences.
Paper submission deadline: March 26th (11:59PM PST)
Notification to authors: April 12th (11:59PM PST)
Camera-ready deadline: April 17th (11:59PM PST)
For more information on the workshop, please visit https://sites.google.com/zalando.de/cvfad2021/home.