14th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems Call for Papers

A kind reminder of the following conference.

This IEEE-sponsored conference is taking place in Central London in
July and should be of interest to some of you. The submission deadline
is approaching very fast (6th March). If you would like to submit a
paper but need extra time, please submit your intention (title/short
abstract) via the paper submission system by the 6th of March for
organisers to consider a possible extension.

July 15-18, 2024

Note that accepted papers will be published by the IEEE and indexed in
IEEE Xplore.

In addition to that two hands-on workshops are planned. More to follow soon.

The 14th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems
(ICPRS) is an annual international event that follows ICPRS-23,
ICPRS-22, ICPRS-21, ICPRS-19, ICPRS-18, ICPRS-17 and ICPRS-16, a
continuation of the successful Chilean Conference on Pattern
Recognition that reached its 6th edition in 2014. In 2024 it is
organised by the University of Westminster (UK) and the Chilean
Association for Pattern Recognition (ACHiRP, a member of the IAPR),
endorsed by the IAPR and by four chapters of the IEEE UK+Ireland
Section (Signal Processing, Circuits & Systems, Computational
Intelligence, and Instrumentation & Measurement chapters). As per
previous years, papers deemed to be of the required standard AND
presented at the conference, will be published by the IEEE and indexed
in IEEE Xplore. Please note that the publishers might reject papers,
which are too similar to previous publications, even if the work is
presented at the conference. All paper submissions need to be
submitted via Conftool to be peer-reviewed (double-blind) by an
international panel of experts.

There will be a good set of keynote talks

We also welcome "Datasets Papers" that introduce a new public dataset and a baseline to encourage new lines of research.

This conference will be a 100% in-person event.

There will be a special category of "Student Papers", where the first
author must be a student (undergraduate or postgraduate). There will
be a special prize for best student paper.

All paper submissions will be submitted online to be peer-reviewed by
an international panel of experts. Please note that all papers will be
checked by a plagiarism detecting software so that papers that exceed
a threshold of coincidence will not be passed on for review.

Also please note that reviews will be double-blind so please do not
include author names and affiliations in your paper (also do not cite
your previous work as "in our previous paper [x]", etc.).

There is an A4 pdf version of the conference call for papers as well
as an A3 size version and an A2 size version, suitable for printing
and displaying on announcement boards! :-)

Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers papers
describing novel and previously unpublished results on all aspects of
Pattern Recognition Systems, from academia, industry, NGOs and others,
to be selected for oral presentations or posters, on topics including,
but not limited to:

    Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Pattern Recognition
    Bioinformatics Clustering
    Biometrics (including face recognition)
    Computer Vision
    Dataset: a new public dataset and baseline
    Data Mining and Big Data
    Deep Learning and Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition
    Document Processing and Recognition
    Fuzzy and Hybrid Techniques in PR
    High Performance Computing for Pattern Recognition
    Image Processing and Analysis
    Kernel Machines
    Mathematical Morphology
    Mathematical Theory of Pattern Recognition
    Medical Image Processing and Analysis
    Natural Language Processing and Recognition
    Object Detection, Tracking and Recognition
    Pattern Recognition Principles
    Pattern Recognition for optimization
    Real Systems, Applications and Case Studies of Pattern Recognition (e.g. health, environment, weather prediction,natural disasters, transportation, etc.)
    Remote Sensing
    Shape and Texture Analysis
    Signal Processing and Analysis
    Social Media and HCI
    Signal Processing and Analysis
    Statistical Pattern Recognition
    Syntactical and Structural Pattern Recognition
    Time series prediction
    Voice and Speech Recognition

If you are interested in organising a special session, please contact a Local Chair.

    Paper submissions: 6th March '24
    Notification of acceptance: 25th April '24
    Camera-ready papers: 18th May '24
    Early Registration: 10th June '24


    Paper format: IEEE Conference, up to 6 pages + 1 page for references
    It is strongly recommended to use Latex (e.g. Overleaf)
    Papers must be written in English.

    To submit a paper, please click here. If you have not yet done so,
    you will need to create an account (if you participated in
    ICPRS-23 you might already have an account). PLEASE NOTE that the
    special "Student Paper" category requires the first author to be a
    registered student at the time of submission, otherwise, use the
    normal paper category.

    Please note that an accepted paper will only be sent to the
    publishers if at least one of its authors registers at a normal
    full author (not student) delegate fee

We are using the ConfTool System.