Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference 2024

Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference 2024. June 17-21.

June 17-21, 2024 at the Seattle Convention Center in Seattle, Washington

The IEEE / CVF Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR) is the premier annual conference in the field of computer vision. Every year it brings together researchers and engineers to share the latest advancements in object recognition, image segmentation, motion estimation, 3D reconstruction, and deep learning. This year, both our Computer Vision and Medical Computing Teams will be in attendance. As long-standing supporters of this conference and its community, Kitware is proud to be a sponsor of CVPR 2024. In addition to sponsorship, several Kitwareans are serving as conference organizers. Anthony Hoogs, Ph.D., Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Kitware, is serving as senior area chair, Brian Clipp, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Computer Vision at Kitware, is serving as the corporate relations chair. Both Scott McCloskey, Ph.D., Director of Computational Imaging, and Christopher Funk, Ph.D., Staff R&D Engineer, are serving as area chairs.

Join one of the most recognized and credentialed providers of advanced computer vision research across the DoD and Intelligence Community

Kitware’s Computer Vision Team is a leader in creating cutting-edge algorithms and software for automated image and video analysis. With more than two centuries of combined experience across our team in AI/ML and computer vision R&D, our solutions have made a positive impact on government agencies, commercial organizations, and academic institutions worldwide.

Join our team to enjoy numerous benefits, including support to publish your novel work, the ability to attend national and international conferences, and being part of the team creating customized software solutions that change the world for good. You can see all of our benefits by visiting If you’re interested in meeting with us to discuss our open positions, stop by booth #1720 or reach out to

About Kitware’s Computer Vision Team

Kitware is a leader in AI/ML and computer vision. We use AI/ML to dramatically improve object detection and tracking, object recognition, scene understanding, and content-based retrieval. Our technical areas of focus include: GenerativeAI, Multimodal Large Language Models; Deep learning; Dataset Collection and Annotation; Interactive Do-It-Yourself AI; Explainable and Ethical AI; Object Detection, Classification and Tracking; Complex Activity, Event, and Threat Detection; Cyber-Physical Systems; Disinformation Detection; 3D Vision; Super Resolution and Enhancement; Semantic Segmentation, and Computational Imaging. We also continuously explore and participate in other research and development areas for our customers as needed and apply our technologies and tools across all domains from undersea to space..

Kitware’s Computer Vision Team recognizes the value of leveraging our advanced computer vision and deep learning capabilities to support academia, industry, and the DoD and intelligence communities. We work with various government agencies, such as the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA), Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force. We also partner with many academic institutions, such as the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia, Notre Dame, the University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers, the University of Maryland at College Park, and the University of Illinois, on government contracts.

About Kitware’s Medical Computing Team

Kitware’s Medical Computing Team is an interdisciplinary team of computer scientists, software engineers, and imaging experts who provide collaborative research, development, and technology integration services for research centers, universities, and companies in the medical and biomedical business sectors. We are experts in medical imaging AI. We understand the critical need for robust, reliable, and high-performance software support in developing and deploying AI solutions in medical applications. We work with government, academic research partners and commercial customers to innovate new methodologies, generate prototypes for proof of concept and feasibility study, or participate in full product development for FDA approval. With over two decades of experience in software development and an unwavering commitment to innovation, we are your trusted partner for realizing the full potential of MONAI, ITK and 3D Slicer, power open source software platforms used by the medical computing research community.

Our solutions come with unlimited rights to the U.S. government, including no licensing fees or restrictions. For commercial customers, you own the proprietary source code we develop as well as the intellectual property. We can provide support at any stage of the medical product lifecycle, from initial R&D to IEC 62304 and HIPAA -compliant product development.
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Kitware’s development, testing, and documentation practices are aligned with FDA requirements and HIPAA technical safeguards for software products. Kitware can sign NDAs and HIPAA BAAs, and we have the infrastructure to handle projects subject to CUI, EC, ITAR, and HIPAA regulations.

To learn more about all of Kitware’s work, check out our website, or contact our team.

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