SCIA 2023 : Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis
Call For Papers
22nd Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis (SCIA) invites submissions presenting original work in (but not limited to) the following topics (alphabetical order):
3D vision from multiview and other sensors
Action and behaviour recognition
Biometrics, Faces, Body gestures and pose
Datasets and evaluation
Detection, recognition, classification, and localization in 2D and/or 3D
Explainable AI for CV
Image and video processing, analysis, and understanding
Low-level and physics-based vision
Machine learning and deep learning
Medical, biological, and cell microscopy
Motion and tracking
Scene, text and document analysis and understanding
Segmentation, grouping, and shape
Vision + language (+ other modalities)
Vision applications and systems
Vision for robotics and autonomous vehicles
Accepted submissions will be included in the SCIA 2023 conference proceedings, published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (LNCS). SCIA 2023 belongs to a long standing series of conferences, organised by the Scandinavian pattern recognition societies, every two years.
SCIA has two-stage submission and authors may submit in either round.
First round paper submission deadline: July 29 2022
First round author notifications: September 30 2022
Second round paper submission deadline: December 9 2022
Second round author notification: February 3 2023
Camera-ready: February 24 2023 (requires registration of at least one author)
Tutorials: April 18 2023
Main conference: April 19 - 21 2023
Submitting a paper
SCIA 2023 accepts long and short papers. The maximum allowed length is 9 and 14 pages for short and long papers, respectively. The articles should be in single-column format (ECCV/BMVC style). In both cases, additional pages for the cited references are allowed. Authors may also submit an optional supplementary material. The submission is anonymous. Authors should not include their names or affiliations to the paper.
The papers are submitted via Microsoft CMT system (link). The submissions must be prepared according to guidelines and technical instructions provided by Springer (link). The submitted papers cannot be published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Preprints, such as arXiv, are allowed.