• August 23rd, 2023 Final program has been announced.
  • July 12th, 2023 Deadline of paper submission has beend extended.
  • May 9th, 2023 Important dates are updated
  • April 11th, 2023 Website opened


Important dates

  • July 24th (23:59 Pacific Time), 2023 Paper submission deadline (extended)
  • August 7th, 2023 Acceptance notification
  • August 15th, 2023 Camera ready
  • August 21st, 2023 Final program
  • October 3rd, 2023 Workshop date



The workshop aims to bring together Computer Vision researchers as well as interdisciplinary researchers in the fields of Virtual and Augmented Reality, Robotics, and also Archaeology, History of Arts, Architecture, etc. World cultural heritage includes as well Music, Language, Dance, and Custom that are fast becoming extinct as the world moves toward a global village. Computer Vision, through data capture, modeling and autonomous learning can help these heritages to face the danger of time, theft, and destruction by fire and war.

Furthermore, for this ICCV 2023 that will happen in Paris, France, we will set a special session up about the many digital works around the restoration of the cathedral Notre-Dame-of-Paris. Indeed, a large fire in April 2019 destroyed its spire, its roof and collapsed parts of its vault. Right after the event, scientists of all the world gathered to study the heritage building, understand the impact of the fire on its structure and find back millennial knowledge that became smoke so that a huge restoration campaign could be launched. Computer vision has been one of the central techniques of study and after four years, a lot of knowledge will be shared during the 2023 e-Heritage workshop.




In this workshop, we strongly encourage interdisciplinary papers and would like to keep a wide scope. However, due to the potentially very large scope and in order to align the workshop with ICCV audience, we will require that all papers:

  1. Be related (either as primary or secondary focus) to one of ICCV topics as listed in ICCV call for papers.
  2. Papers actually involving e-Heritage (versus "can be applied to e-Heritage") will be given highest priority.

Accepted papers will be published in the ICCV workshops proceedings.
The workshop is supported by IAPR TC-19 (https://iapr.org/tc19).
The 3D image in the banner is the courtesy of UPJV’s e-cathedral program, MIS lab.


International Conference on Computer Vision
Paris, France