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CVCRD 2023

Welcome to the 18th CVC Workshop on Computer Vision Trends and Challenges! CVCRD allow the presentation of the current state of the art of the students’ research and the analysis of the proposals for close future lines of work. All of this will be aligned with the yearly follow-up event for the PhD students. The Workshop will be an exhibition of the CVC research capabilities and it will also show different research and technological transfer projects.

  • Friday, July 14
  • 10:00 – 14:00 h
  • CVC Conference Room

Workshop format

The program will be organized in a half-day workshop. It will comprise different oral sessions with five-minute presentations dedicated to several research topics related to computer vision. An informal poster session will be also held during coffee breaks. This is an excellent opportunity for PhD students to share their work with the CVC community and to receive valuable feedback. In addition, we will have a CVCRD quiz & special awards!

Important dates

CVCRD 2023: Friday, July 14

Abstract Submission: Monday, July 03

Poster Submission: Monday, July 10

Presentation Submission: Monday, July 10

Quiz questions submission: Tuesday, July 11


Best Presentation

Best Poster

Winner of the CVCRD Quiz


Gabriel Villalonga

Postdoctoral Researcher

Jose Luis Gomez

Postdoctoral Researcher

Martín Montañez

Communications Specialist


Communications Specialist


Communications Manager

Program Committee:

  • Ramon Baldrich
  • Robert Benavente
  • Jorge Bernal
  • Albert Clapès
  • Sergio Escalera
  • Alicia Fornés
  • Debora Gil
  • Lluis Gómez
  • Jordi González
  • Kai Wang
  • Aura Hernández
  • Luis Herranz
  • Dimosthenis Kartazas
  • Josep Lladós
  • Antonio M. López
  • Felipe Lumbreras
  • Mikhail Mozerov
  • Fei Yang
  • Sandesh Kamath
  • Arka Ujjal Dey
  • Xavier Otazu
  • Carlos Alejandro Parraga
  • Daniel Ponsa
  • Petia Radeva
  • Bogdan Raducanu
  • Oriol Ramos
  • Xavier Roca
  • Carles Sanchez
  • Gemma Sanchez
  • Fernando Vilariño
  • Xavier Sanchez
  • Angel Sappa
  • Joan Serrat
  • Bartlomiej Twardowski
  • Ernest Valveny
  • Joost Van de Weijer
  • Maria Vanrell
  • Javier Vázquez
  • Diana Ramirez
  • Mohamed Ali Souibgui 


⭕ Who has to present at CVCRD?

The abstract submission is mandatory for all PhD students.

In addition, PhD students will introduce their work to the audience in short oral presentations. Exceptions: oral presentation is optional for those PhD students who will defend their thesis in the following months and for those who have just started their thesis.

Furthermore, the submission is open to (1) CVC spin-offs, which could present their main research and applications; (2) Technology Transfer & Innovation Unit staff; (3) interns and (4) rest of the researchers of CVC who may present novel ideas or challenges.

⭕ Can I use another conference poster for CVCRD poster session?

Of course! What is more, we encourage you to reuse your conference posters, especially if you have already printed them.

If you don’t have any other conference posters to recycle, you can use the template in the author kit to prepare yours.

⭕ Where I can find templates for my presentation or poster?

You can find all CVCRD templates (abstract, slides and poster) here 🡲 Author’s Kit

⭕ Can I present online?

Oral presentations will take place in person at CVC. However, in justified cases, they could be held online.

If this is the case, please, let us know at  

⭕ How long should my presentation be?

PhD students will introduce their work to the audience in a 5-minute oral presentation.