This workshop plans to showcase the challenges raised by working on computer vision for plant phenotyping and agriculture. Workshop goals include demonstrating the state-of-the-art, identifying key unsolved problems, and introducing computer scientists with an interest in plant phenotyping to the field. Effective plant phenotyping is urgently needed to support the sustainability of our planet and its inhabitants: having strong community structures and computer vision scientists enter this field is more crucial now than ever.
This half-day, afternoon workshop will be held October 11 at ICCV 2021, the International Conference on Computer Vision, October 11- October 17, 2021. ICCV 2021 is a virtual conference. The Program is now available.
The workshop will have paper tracks and challenges, please check back frequently for updates or follow us on Twitter.
Paper submission deadline: July 16, 2021 (11:59pm AOE)
This workshop was previously known as CVPPP, Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping.