41th German Conference on Pattern Recognition Call for Papers

41th German Conference on Pattern Recognition
 | formerly DAGM Symposium | 
September 10-13, 2019
Dortmund, Germany

Call for Papers
Submission / Proceedings:
The paper length is limited to 12 pages (LNCS style) plus
references (up to 2 pages). In addition, supplementary materials
can be submitted. All manuscripts will be subject to a double-blind
review process. The conference proceedings will be published in
the Springer LNCS series.

The best contributions will receive GCPR awards.
Important dates 2019:
Paper submission: May 5
Author notification: July 8
Final manuscript due: August 4
Conference website: www.gcpr2019.org
Inquiries: info@gcpr2019.org

The 41th German Conference on Pattern Recognition | formerly DAGM
Symposium | September 10-13, 2019 | Dortmund, Germany The German
Conference on Pattern Recognition (GCPR) 2019 is the 41th annual
symposium of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM,
www.dagm.de). The GCPR addresses recent advances in theory,
methodology, and applications of pattern recognition, machine
learning, and computer vision. Authors are invited to submit
high-quality papers presenting original research. Submitted papers
will be reviewed based on the criteria of originality, soundness,
empirical evaluation, and presentation. In the long tradition of this
conference series, the single track program with oral and poster
sessions will provide ample opportunity for open-minded discussions
and interaction.  The conference will also include tutorials and a
Young Researchers Forum.

General Chair
Gernot A. Fink
TU Dortmund University
Dortmund, Germany

Program Chairs

Simone Frintrop
University of Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany

Xiaoyi Jiang
University of Münster
Münster, Germany

Local Organization Chair
Stefan Dissmann

The scope of GCPR 2019 includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:
• Image/video processing, analysis, and computer vision
• Biometrics
• Mathematical foundations, statistical data analysis and models
• Computational photography and confluence of vision and graphics
• Biomedical image processing and analysis
• Machine learning and pattern recognition
• Document analysis and recognition
• Applications 

• Computer vision systems and applications Chairs:
Bodo Rosenhahn, Carsten Steger

• Pattern recognition in the life- and natural sciences Chairs: 
Joachim Denzler, Xiaoyi Jiang

• Photogrammetry and remote sensing Chairs:
Helmut Mayer, Uwe Sörgel

• Robot Vision Chairs: Jörg Stückler,
Markus Vincze