Image and Pattern Analysis for Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy

26 th November, 2019, Auckland, New Zealand

in conjunction to 5th Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition


Scope and Motivation

Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (MCA) achieves mathematical foundation to deal with humans both from the static anatomy of organs and dynamic anatomy of living human constructed using multidisciplinary information on the human from cells to body. For the achievement of MCA from the viewpoints of visual computing, we establish a mathematical and theoretical methodologies which allow us to achieve comprehensive understanding of the human body using computer vision, mathematical imaging, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence. The workshop on mathematical image and pattern analysis for (ipaMCA) focuses on mathematical and computational aspects of biomedical imaging and image analysis and on these relations to computer vision and pattern recognition in MCA.


Topics

We call for papers for applications of the methods to anatomy, autopsy, biopsy, physiology and nano-biology. The expected areas for contributions are following. But all aspects of mathematical treatment medical imaging and image analysis are welcome.

In biomedical imaging and image analysis for MCA, the researches aim to design systems that assist medical doctors. In contrast, in computer vision researches focus construct machines that see. The forum aims to derive a bridge on this gap from the viewpoints of mathematical and computational aspects in computer vision and pattern recognition for MCA.


Organizing committee

Organisers

Program co-chairs

Important Dates

Submission deadline 5 th September 2019 (No extension)
(In the same week of ACPR notification)
ACPR organisers provide acceptance letters for visa application on day of author notification
Author notification 25 th September 2019
Final manuscript 15 th October 2019

Paper Submission

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ipamca2019

Submissions need to follow the single-blind policy and be formatted in LNCS style, with a maximum of 14 pages (including references).

Workshop proceedings will be published after the conference in the CCIS series of Springer through the ACPR organizers (publication chair). At the conference, workshop papers will be distributed on USB, together with the ACPR main conference proceedings. Publication in the CCIS volume requires that the paper has been presented at the ACPR workshop by one of the co-authors.

Revised long papers presented at the workshop are also invited to special issue of Springer Nature Computer Science. See special issues in the main conference.

Venue

The workshop will be in rooms in the 8th floor of Building WG of AUT, which is just a short 5 minutes walk from Aotea Centre; just follow the ACPR signs.

Sponsors