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)
Josien Pluim, Track 5 – (Biomedical Image Analysis and Applications)
K.S. Fu Prize winner – Prof. Robert Haralick, City University of New York
J. K. Aggarwal Prize winner – Prof. Fei Fei Li, Stanford University
Maria Petrou Prize winner – Michal Irani, Weizmann Institute of Science
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.
For more information about the Mexican image processing research and development available from MACVR
Highlights of the program that are of broad interest
Piero Zamperoni Best Student Paper Award (PZBSPA)
IBM Best Student Paper Awards (IBMBSPA)
Best Industry Related Paper Award (BIRPA)
Intel Best Scientific Paper Award (INTEL BSPA)
Eligible only PhD students of Mexican Universities, who do not have accepted papers at the conference.
The support will be a free entrance to the conference.
We have a limited number of stipends, send your CV, and a recommendation letter to the Local Chairs:
Prof. Susana Ortega, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jorge Rivera Rovelo, email@example.com
Dr. Jaime Ortegon Aguilar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s talk! There is a steadily growing number of female researchers in
our field who have much to learn from each other.
The first ever Coffee Break and Lunch break for Women at ICPR will follow
the Maria Petrou Prize lecture on Tuesday, December 6, at 10:00 am and
after the oral track sessions, women meet at 12:30-14:00 in the walking
distance restaurant Mocambo. Please come and meet colleagues from around
the world, make new friends, and share your personal stories about women
working in various fields of pattern recognition.
The IAPR Executive Committee has decided to announce travel stipends *of US$1000 each to be granted to 50 authors with accepted papers. The application should be clear in that this author will be the presenter of the paper. The selection process will start soon and the authors granted will be informed by e-mail. Our strategy this year is to give high priority to PhD students. We will also favor authors of multiple papers. Other criteria we will use is to consider whether the author comes from a country with financial difficulty to travel. Due to limitations in our budget, we regret supporting only a small part of the application.
Conference Dates: 4 – 8, December, 2016