Twelve papers at CVPR

The ACVT had 12 papers accepted to IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2015 (CVPR’15), one of the top 2 conferences in Computer Vision, which must be an Australian record.

In terms of h5-index, CVPR ranks as the 7th venue in all Engineering and Computer Science after Nano and Nature journals.

To put this in context, NICTA are claiming ten papers at CVPR’15, but if you read the fine print they had 7, and some workshop papers and tutorials.

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