Events/ IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2017

When:
September 17th, 2017 to September 20th, 2017
Where:
Beijing, China
Deadline:
January 31st, 2017
Website:
Visit ICIP 2017 website

Description:

The 24th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) will be held in the China National Conventional Center, Beijing, China, on September 17-20, 2017. ICIP is the world' largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on image and video processing and computer vision. The conference will feature world-class speakers, tutorials, exhibits, and a vision technology showcase.

Important Dates

~~2016-11-15~~ Special Session Proposal
~~2016-12-15~~ Notification of Special Session acceptance
~~2016-12-15~~ Tutorial Proposal
~~2017-01-15~~ Notification of Tutorial acceptance
~~2017-02-07~~ Full Paper & Special Session Submission
~~2017-05-08~~ Notification of acceptance
~~2017-05-31~~ Camera-Ready Papers
2017-09-17 Conference starts

Topics of interest:

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Filtering, Transforms, Multi-Resolution Processing
  • Restoration, Enhancement, Super-Resolution
  • Computer Vision Algorithms and Technologies
  • Compression, Transmission, Storage, Retrieval
  • Multi-View, Stereoscopic, and 3D Processing
  • Multi-Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Processing
  • Biometrics, Forensics, and Content Protection
  • Biological and Perceptual-based Processing
  • Medical Image and Video Analysi
  • Document and Synthetic Visual Processing
  • Color and Multispectral Processing
  • Scanning, Display, and Printing
  • Applications to various fields
  • Computational Imaging
  • Video Processing and Analytics
  • Visual Quality Assessment
  • Deep learning for Images and Video
  • Image and Video Analysis for the Web

Keynotes:

  • Keynote 1:

    • Topic: Sparse Modeling in Image Processing and Deep Learning
    • Speaker: Michael Elad, Professor of Computer Science at the Technion
  • Keynote 2:

    • Topic: A Tale of Three Families: Descriptive, Generative and Discriminative Models
    • Speaker: Song-Chun Zhu, Professor of Statistics and Computer Science at UCLA
  • Keynote 3:

    • Topic: Immersive Optical-See-Through Augmented Reality
    • Speaker: Kari Pulli, CTO at Meta

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