QCAV2025

The 17th International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision.

June 4-6, 2025
Yamanashi, JAPAN

YAMANASHI.

'KOSHU WINE' from YAMANASHI is the top-class flavors of domestic wines in Japan.
Yamanashi is also a treasure trove of ingredients, including grapes, corn, pears, and buckwheat.

1st Call for Papers

Papers "on new" theoretical, experimental, and applied "research on" image processing and computer vision for quality control are "welcome".

Important dates

Abstract submission deadline

7 October, 2024 (JST)
2 pages

Acceptance notification

23 November, 2024 (JST)

Full paper submission deadline

31 March, 2025 (JST)
4 to 8 pages

Full paper review feedback

30 April - 15 May, 2025 (JST)

Conference

4 - 6 June, 2025 (JST)

Deadline for submission of final papers to proceedings

12 July, 2025 (JST)

Topics

Papers describing novel theoretical, experimental, and applied work in image processing and computer vision for quality control are welcomed. Papers are solicited from, but not limited to, the following categories:

  •  Artificial intelligence, machine learning or deep learning applied to quality control
  •  Image acquisition, vision sensors, machine vision, 3D machine vision (stereovision, laser triangulation, multi‐cameras, time of flight, etc.)
  •  Vision and robotics, vision for autonomous vehicles, automatic guided vehicles, unmanned ground and aerial vehicle
  •  Non‐destructive testing and metrology, process automation, characterization and control
  •  Low‐level vision and image processing, hardware and real-time processing, parallel processing
  •  Non‐conventional imaging (holography, polarimetric imaging, and plenoptic imaging, …), X‐ray, ultrasound, terahertz and other imaging modalities
  •  Human Analysis and Human Computer Interaction
  •  XR(VR,MR,AR)
  •  Video Understanding, Spatio-temporal Image Processing

Welcome to YAMANASHI !

Lake Shibire

It is said that the lake was named 'Shibire' because it is home to a dragon with four tails.

Takeda Shingen Statue

Takeda, Shingen was a feudal lord of Kai (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture). He was known as the “Tiger of Kai,” and the Takeda forces he led were said to be the strongest at the time.

Saruhashi Bridge

Saruhashi Bridge is called one of the three strangest bridges in Japan along with “Kintai Bridge in Iwakuni” and “Kiso Pier” because of its unusual structure.

Autumn leaves of Shosenkyo Gorge

Shosenkyo Gorge is very long with a large difference in elevation, we can enjoy the beautiful autum colors for more than one month.

Venue

The details of the venue are being arranged.