17th international Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns
CAIP 2017 is the seventeenth in the CAIP series of biennial international conferences devoted to all aspects of computer vision, image analysis and processing, pattern recognition, and related fields. Previous conferences were held in Valletta, York, Seville, Münster, Vienna, Paris, etc. The scientific program of the conference will consist of plenary lectures and contributed papers presented in a single track. Poster presentations will allow expert discussions of specialized research topics. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Springer Verlag’s series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).
Note: The maximum size for posters is A0 (Portrait)
The preliminary list of accepted papers can be found here .
CAIP 2019Interested parties in hosting CAIP 2019 please contact one of the members of the current CAIP steering committee (current chair of this committee is Prof. Nicolai Petkov, Groningen) prior to the CAIP 2017 issue.
|Early registration||16 Jun, 2017|
|Main conference||22-24 Aug, 2017|
Fields of Interest
The conference invites novel contributions to the automatic analysis of images and patterns, encompassing both new challenging application areas and substantial new theoretical developments in the field.
|2D-to-3D||3D Vision||Biomedical image and pattern analysis|
|Biometrics||Brain-inspired methods||Document analysis|
|Face and gestures||Feature extraction||Graph-based methods|
|High-dimensional topology methods||Human pose estimation||Image/video indexing & retrieval|
|Image restoration||Keypoint detection||Machine learning for image and pattern analysis|
|Mobile multimedia||Model-based vision||Motion and tracking|
|Object recognition||Segmentation||Shape representation and analysis|
|Vision for robotics|
Invited Speakers (confirmed)
|Alan Bovik||The University of Texas at Austin|
|Markus Vincze||Technical University of Vienna|
|Christian Igel||University of Copenhagen|
Workshops and Tutorials (confirmed)
(Recognition and Action
for Scene Understanding)
University of Malta
|Pose estimation tutorial||Anders G. Buch,
University of Southern Denmark
|General Chair||Michael Felsberg|
|Industrial Liason||Zhibo Pang|
|Walter G. Kropatschfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pedro Real Juradoemail@example.com|
|Nicolai Petkov (Current Chair)||N.Petkov@rug.nl|