IEEE Southwest Symposium on Image Analysis and Interpretation Call for Papers

The Steering Committee of SSIAI invites you to participate in the 
IEEE Southwest Symposium on Image Analysis and Interpretation (SSIAI).

SSIAI is a biennial conference dedicated to all aspects of
computational analysis and interpretation of images and video. SSIAI
brings together researchers and practitioners in academia, industry,
and government to share and discuss the latest advances in this
field. SSIAI 2024 will be held at La Fonda on the Plaza, Santa Fe, NM,
U.S.A from March 17-19, 2024. The symposium seeks original
contributions reporting novel research directions, results, and


Plenary speakers will include Al Bovik and Ed Delp.


Important Deadlines

    Papers Due: October 30, 2023
    Author Notification: Jan 8, 2024
    Camera-ready Papers Due: February 5, 2024


Topics of Interest (not limited to):

    Machine learning methods for image/video analysis and modeling
    Mathematical models and methods
    Statistical models and methods
    Features and invariants
    Detection, analysis and interpretation: Object, activity, shape, scenes
    Segmentation and grouping
    Stereoscopic and 3-D analysis
    Image and video indexing and retrieval
    Image and video quality assessment
    Computational photography
    Color analysis and processing
    Computer architectures, real-time analysis, optimization methods and performance evaluation
    Biomedical image analysis
    Neuro-signal processing
    Biometrics and bioinformatics
    Biologically inspired computer vision
    Multiscale and multispectral analysis
    Remote sensing
    Compressive sensing and processing
    Multisensor analysis and processing
    Human computer interaction
    Virtual and augmented reality
    Image and video processing education
    Applications: robotics, automated inspection, autonomous vehicles, security, privacy


Organizing Committee:

    General Chairs: Marios Pattichis, U. of New Mexico, Edward Delp, Purdue U.
    Technical Chairs: Fengqing M. Zhu, Purdue U., Kalpana Seshadrinathan, Apple
    Treasurer: Jeffrey J. Rodriguez, U. of Arizona
    Local Arrangements: Jo Dale Carothers, Weintraub Tobin
    Publicity Chairs: Brian Nutter, Texas Tech. U., Rudolf Mester, NTNU Trondheim


Paper Submission

    Submit a paper (4 pages max. including figures and references) in
    double-column IEEE conference format. Submission will be
    electronic using the PDF format. Accepted full papers will be of
    the same format with a four-page limit. For further details,
    please visit

    Each accepted paper will be published in the conference
    proceedings and the IEEE Xplore Digital Library, provided at least
    one author registers in advance at the non-student rate and gives
    a presentation at the conference. An author's non-student
    registration may be applied to up to three papers by that author.

Please join us in Santa Fe to share your latest research.