CV4Animals: Computer Vision for Animal Behavior Tracking and Modeling

In conjunction with Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2022

June 20, 2022 full day


Many biological organisms have evolved to exhibit diverse behaviors, and understanding these behaviors is a fundamental goal of multiple disciplines including neuroscience, biology, animal husbandry, ecology, and animal conservation. These analyses require objective, repeatable, and scalable measurements of animal behaviors that are not possible with existing methodologies that leverage manual encoding from animal experts and specialists. Computer vision is having an impact across multiple disciplines by providing new tools for the detection, tracking, and analysis of animal behavior. This workshop brings together experts across fields to stimulate this new field of computer-vision-based animal behavioral understanding.

Previous iteration: 2021 Program and Recordings, 2021 Accepted Papers

Jointly organized with the IJCV Special Issue on Computer Vision Approach for Animal Tracking and Modeling

Invited Speakers

Sara Beery


Timothy Dunn

Duke University

Amir Patel

University of Cape Town

Call for Papers

How to Attend?

You can attend our workshop by registering for the CVPR conference once the registration opens.


June 20, full day, TBD.


Silvia Zuffi


Shohei Nobuhara

U. of Kyoto


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