BMVA Symposium on Vision and Language

One Day Meeting: BMVA Symposium on Vision and Language

Wednesday 17 January 2024

Chairs: Michael Wray (University of Bristol), Davide Moltisanti (University of Bath), and Tengda Han (University of Oxford).

Invited Speakers


Start   End   Title
09:00   09:15   Registration/Poster Set-up
09:15   09:20   Opening Remarks
09:20   10:00   Invited Speaker - Hilde Kuehne
10:00   10:40   Invited Speaker - Frank Keller
10:40   11:55   Coffee Break + Posters
11:55   12:40   Accepted Talks - Pt. 1
12:40   13:40   Lunch + Posters
13:40   14:20   Invited Speaker - Andrew Zisserman
14:20   15:00   Invited Speaker - Yuki M. Asano
15:00   15:30   Coffee Break + Posters
15:30   16:30   Accepted Talks - Pt. 2
16:30   17:00   Past, Present, and Future of Vision-Language



Meeting Location

The meeting will take place at:

British Computer Society (BCS), 25 Copthall Avenue, London EC2R 7BP


We keep the cost of attending these events as low as possible to ensure no barriers from the whole computer vision community attending. The registration costs are as follows

Paid options include lunch and refreshments for the day

Please register via charitysuite on this link:    Register Here

Call for Presentations

We invite presentations from both academia and industry, bringing together researchers interested in all aspects of vision-language models and their potential future applications.

Presentations can be either published work or ongoing research. The aim is to spotlight recent work, receive feedback and spur discussion. We expect presentations to cover one or more of the following areas (but this is a non-exhaustive list):

Presentations will take the form of one of three types: poster, talk, demo. When applying for a presentation, you are welcome to choose any combination of the options. You can apply to give a presentation using the form below. Note that this will NOT be a hybrid event, therefore we expect presenters to attend the event in person.

The deadline for submitting a presentation has passed.


Banner image by Davide Moltisanti