Paper submission deadline: April 01, 2020 [11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time].
Notification to authors: April 14, 2020
Camera ready deadline: April 20, 2020 [11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time]
Topics of the papers include but are not limited to:
Image de-hazing (de-fogging), image de-raining and image de-snowing
Shadow removal, glare removal and reflection removal
Low-light image enhancement and HDR imaging
Style transfer and image translation across weather conditions and times of day
High-level vision tasks in bad weather and at nighttime
Domain adaptation from good weather and illumination conditions to adverse conditions
Learning with synthetic data for adverse weather/illumination conditions
Robust Vision algorithms under different illumination conditions, times of day, weather, and seasons
Datasets and new evaluation methods for bad weather and adverse lighting conditions
Sensor Fusion (RGB Camera, Lidar, Radar, NIR Camera, Events Camera, etc.) to handle adverse conditions
Vision algorithms in the wild
We solicit normal papers and extended abstracts on the aforementioned topics
Submitted manuscript should follow the CVPR 2020 paper template
Page limit: normal paper shouldn’t exceed 8 pages and extended abstracts shouldn’t exceed 2 pages; all excluding references.
Paper submission must contain substantial original contents not submitted to any other conference, workshop or journal; extended abstracts are comprehensive summaries of ongoing work or published work.
The accepted papers will be published in the CVPR 2020 proceedings (online/app, IEEE Xplore, and CVF open access). The extended abstracts can be released at the workshop’s web page if the authors wish.
Papers will be peer reviewed under double-blind policy, and need be submitted online through the CMT submission system at https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/VAS2020.