2nd Workshop on
User-Centred Computer Vision

See the ACCV 2014 web site for the latest information


Category Early Registration
(on/before Oct 1)
(on/before Oct 20)
Late/On-site Registration**
(after Oct 25)
Regular SGD 850 (~USD 675) SGD 950 (~USD 750) SGD 1100 (~USD 875)
Student SGD 550 (~USD 435) SGD 650 (~USD 520) SGD 800 (~USD 640)
Workshop SGD 250 (~USD 199) SGD 300 (~USD 238) SGD 350 (~USD 278)

Registration Site coming soon Note that all payments will need to be made in Singapore dollars. USD is shown only as a reference and flucuates with currency exchange rates.

Workshop registration includes access to all workshops and tutorials (Nov 1-2) and a conference USB stick (with workshop and main conference papers). The workshop will also include two coffee breaks daily. Lunch will not be provided for the workshops, however, the workshops are located next to a wide range of affordable food options.

Regular and student registrations includes access to the workshops/tutorials, the main conference sessions (Nov 3-5) and the proceedings on a USB stick. The main conference also includes breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and a banquet on Nov 4th (Wednesday).

Registration Cancellation Policy Cancellations are required to be made up to 14 days (on/before Oct. 18) in advance. Otherwise, no refund will be issued. A processing fee of SGD$50 applies for all approved refunds.

Venue and Singapore

ACCV2014 will be held on the campus the National University of Singapore. The workshops and tutorials (Nov 1-2, 2014) will be held at the Stephen Riady Centre which is part of the newly constructed University Town. The main conference (Nov 3-5, 2014) will be held at the NUS University Cultural Centre (UCC). Additional details to the venue location, hotels, and registration costs will be posted in early 2014.

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