ICIP 2016 tutorials will be held on Sunday, September 25, 2016 in morning
and afternoon sessions of about 3 hours each. Proposals should be submitted by
November 16, 2015, through the ICIP 2016 website and must include title,
outline, contact information and IEEE-style bio of the presenter, and
descriptions of the tutorial and the material to be distributed to the
Tutorial proposals will be peer-reviewed for relevance, quality, value, and
novelty - introducing new tools, ideas, and topics to the SP community. For
detailed submission guidelines and the online submission form, please refer to
the tutorial proposals page.
Colleagues interested in proposing a tutorial are welcome to contact the
tutorial co-chairs, Ghassan AlRegib and Rony Ferzli, who would
be happy to answer questions, give preliminary feedback etc: email@example.com.
Proposals will be peer-reviewed and evaluated using the following criteria:
- Timeliness of the proposal: Importance of the topic in 2016 and relevance to ICIP and the future of the community
- Quality of the proposal: state-of-the art coverage of the topic, coherence, and experience of the speakers, new tools introduced, effective in attracting returning audience and new audience
- Spectrum of the proposal: Is the topic of interest to academia and/or industry, researchers and/or engineers? Is it likely to attract ICIP 2016 attendees?
Submission Deadline: November 16, 2015
Tutorial proposals are welcome on all topics within the technical scope of IEEE ICIP 2016. Additionally, the following topics are of special interest to IEEE ICIP 2016:
- Foundations and trends in computational imaging
- Foundations and trends in high dynamic range imaging
- Cloud based image and video processing and storage
- Machine learning for computer vision (e.g., sparse learning and deep learning)
- Distributed visual processing for Internet-of-Things (IoT)
- Visual textures: analysis, synthesis, and perception
- Overview and recent advances in image and video coding standards
- Intelligent image enhancement and sensor fusion
- Human visual perception and applications (e.g., visual quality assessment, attention, perception-based visual processing)
- Camera image processing pipeline overview and recent advances
- Embedded imaging: image processing from algorithm to hardware architecture/profiling and optimization of image processing algorithms, CPU vs GPU vs hardware acceleration
- Biomedical image processing
- Smart mobility and in-vehicle infotainment image processing applications
- Beyond UHD image processing (e.g., acquisition pipeline, video coding standards, post processing, HDR displays)
- Image processing advancements for automation and manufacturing applications
- Forensics visual processing
Submission of Proposals
The deadline for submitting tutorial proposals has passed.
Questions regarding tutorials may be directed to Ghassan AlRegib and Rony Ferzli at firstname.lastname@example.org.