CVC celebrated this year’s Annual Catalan Meeting on Computer Vision (ACMCV2018) that took place on the 20th of September. This event is annually organized by the Master in Computer Vision coordinators of the Catalan universities UAB, UOC, UPC and UPF. The aims of this meeting are to strengthen the Catalan academic and industrial computer vision network, to disseminate the most relevant works and to allow students from the Master in Computer Vision meet with members of the Catalan CV community.
This year’s edition counted, as always, with the presentation of the final master thesis from the Master in Computer Vision, a poster session and two keynote lectures carried out by Guillem Alenyà, from the Institute of Robotics and Industrial Informatics (IRI), who talked about the project CLOTHILDE and Marco Pedersoli from the Superior Technology School of Montreal (ETS Montreal), whose talk was about the evolution of his research during the last ten years.
The program and more details about the event can all be found at its website: http://acmcv.cat/