23rd International Conference on

Pattern Recognition
4 - 8 Dec 2016
Cancún, México
Speakers

Important Dates  –  Full Calendar

 

Submission paper opens Jan. 04, 2016

Deadline for paper submission

 

The submission server will remain open until

Apr.  04, 2016

Apr. 20, 2016

April 22, 2016 –23:59 PST

Deadline for contest proposal

from Mar. 01 to May 31, 2016

Acceptance contest proposal: (FIFO) from Mar. 07, 2016 onwards constrained to our room facilities
Deadline for workshop proposal from Mar. 01 to May 31, 2016
Acceptance workshop proposal: (FIFO) from Mar. 07, 2016 onwards constrained to our room facilities
Deadline for tutorial Jul. 01, 2016
Acceptance of tutorial Jul. 07, 2016

Notification of paper acceptance. Early bird registration opens.

At least one author of accepted papers must register during the early bird registration period for the paper to be published in the proceedings

Jul. 11, 2016

Notification has been delayed.

 

Important Dates  –  Full Calendar

Invitation or Visa Letters, please click here

 

 

Welcome

Welcome to the 23rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition in Cancun, Mexico, December 2016, hosted by the Mexican Association for Computer Vision, Neurocomputing and Robotics (MACVNR).

ICPR will be an international forum for discussions on recent advances in the fields of Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning and Computer Vision, and on applications of these technologies in various fields.

Image processing in Mexico

For more information about the Mexican image processing research and development available from MACVR

Highlights of the program that are of broad interest

Plenary Lecture Prizes:

Plenary Lecture of the K.S. Fu Prize winner of 2016
Plenary Lecture of the J. K. Aggarwal Prize winner of 2016
Plenary Lecture of the Maria Petrou Prize winner of 2016

Invited Lectures

Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Track 1 – (Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning)

Marc Pollefeys, Track 2 – (Computer Vision)

Wolfgang Förstner, Track 3 – (Image, Speech, Signal and Video Processing)

Ding Xiaoqing, Track 4 –  (Document Analysis, Biometrics and Pattern Recognition Applications)

Josien Pluim, Track 5 –  (Biomedical Image Analysis and Applications)

 

Program at Glance,

Workshops, Tutorials & Contests

 

Satellite events,

Structural and Syntactic Pattern Recognition (SSPR 2016) and Statistical Techniques in Pattern Recognition (SPR 2016) will be held in Mérida, Mexico, read more…

Call for papers

 BEST PAPER AWARDS

Piero Zamperoni Best Student Paper Award (PZBSPA)

The primary purpose of this award is to acknowledge and encourage excellence in pattern recognition research by students, and to help assure the future livelihood of the field. The award also honors the memory of Dr. Piero Zamperoni, an outstanding educator in pattern recognition.  Eligibility for the award is restricted to papers authored or co-authored by a student. There must be no more than two authors, and if only one author of a co-authored paper is a student, then the other author must certify that the work presented in the paper is primarily the work of the student. The student author must have been a registered student at the time of paper submission.
The Award is offered by Elsevier (publisher of the IAPR affiliated journal Pattern Recognition Letters) and consists of a cash amount of $1,000 (one thousand US dollars), a 2-year free subscription to Pattern Recognition Letters, and a suitably inscribed certificate.

IBM Best Student Paper Awards (IBMBSPA)

The awards are given to the best student paper in each of the five ICPR tracks to acknowledge and encourage excellence in research by students in all areas of Pattern Recognition, and to help assure the future livelihood and sustainability of the field. Eligibility for the award is restricted to papers authored or co-authored by a student who must have been a registered student at the time of paper submission.  The Awards are offered by IBM. Each award consists of $400 (four hundred US dollars) and a suitably inscribed certificate.

Best Industry Related Paper Award (BIRPA)

This award is administrated by the IAPR Industrial Liaison Committee and its primary purpose is to acknowledge and encourage excellence research with potential for viable commercial impact.  The award is derived from the general “Prizes and Awards” budget of IAPR and consists of a cash amount of $1,000 (one thousand US dollars) and a suitably inscribed certificate.

Intel Best Scientific Paper Award (INTEL BSPA)

Five best scientific paper awards, one for each ICPR Track, will be given to papers selected by the Technical Program Committee of ICPR. The Awards are offered by Educational INTEL. Each award consists of $400 (four hundred US dollars) and a suitably inscribed certificate. each ICPR Track, will be given to papers selected by the Technical Program Committee of ICPR. 

 

133Days
11Hours
47Mins
32Secs

Subscribe for updates

Venue

Conference Dates: 4 – 8, December, 2016

Logo CancunICC copia

Cancún International Convention Center
Boulevard Kukulcan KM. 9 1er Piso Zona Hotelera , Cancún, México 77500
+52-998-881-0400info@cancunicc.com

http://www.icpr2016.org/site/http://www.icpr2016.org/site/call-for-paper/speakers