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Solving the challenges of computer vision for plant phenotyping

Plants in spectral pheno climatron ANU

Plants in Spectral Pheno Climatron at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility’s Canberra ANU node

A ‘Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping‘ (CVPPP) workshop will be held in conjunction with ICCV 2017 this October in Venice, Italy.

Recommended by Dr Tim Brown from the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility‘s Canberra ANU node, the goal of this third CVPPP workshop is to continue to showcase the challenges raised by and extend state-of-the-art computer vision for plant phenotyping.

Workshop date:

  • 28 October

Target audience:

  • computer vision experts interested in novel application fields, well accessible to computer vision, but different in requirements, and
  • plant phenotyping scientists with rich expertise in image processing and computer vision interested in standardisation, as exact problem formulations in fact allow defining standards.

Find out more CVPPP 2017.

ICCV 2017 (International Conference on Computer Vision) is the premier international computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and tutorials. The conference will be held in Venice, Italy from 22-29 October, 2017. Find out more ICCV 2017.

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