Invitation to join the new Computer Vision and Machine Learning (CVML) email list

November 5, 2019

if you want to subscribe (for free) to this rather new Computer Vision and Machine Learning (CVML) email list  to send/receive scientific messages/news, please: send an empty email to with subject: subscribe  your_name  (Your_name is optional)

For example if your name is John Smith, your email subject should be:  subscribe  John Smith or subscribe cvml@lists.auth.grYou can unsubscribe any time, by sending an empty email to with subject: unsubscribe cvml@lists.auth.grIf you want to receive messages in digest format, please send a request to the moderator 'Orestis Sarakatsanos'

This moderated list is expected to serve the confluence of the scientific disciplines of:

  • Computer Vision, Image/video processing, 3D imaging

  • Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Pattern Recognition, AI

  • Autonomous System perception (cars, drones, vehicles, robots)

  • Signal processing, sensor networks

  • Distributed computing

and related topics (e.g., robotics, AS communications).

If you work on any of these topics, publish in relevant conferences (CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, ACCV, NIPS, ICML, BMVC, WACV, ICIP, ICASSP, ICPR, EUSIPCO, MLSP, ICME, ACM Multimedia) and/or journals (IEEE PAMI, TIP, SMC, CSVT, TNNLS, TMM, Pattern Recognition, Information Sciences, Neurocomputing, Neural Networks, Image and Vision Computing, IJCV, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, ACM Computing Surveys) and you want to get relevant regular news or post your own news, you can subscribe as shown above.

Your subscription will enable a valuable dissemination asset for the entire Computer Vision and Machine Learning community, to be used by all.

 CVML has developed very fast: though it is only 6 months old, yet it sends around 15 very relevant messages each time, twice a week to thousands of CVML subscribers. This is an one-off message, sent though various channels,  to inform you about the creation of the CVML email list.  For additional info,  you can visit: