About ATIP2023

2023 Asia Conference on Trends in Image Processing will be held in Seoul, South Korea during June 23-25, 2023. It is a not-to-be-missed opportunity that distills the most current knowledge on a rapidly advancing discipline in one conference. Join key researchers and established professionals in the field of image processing as they assess the current state-of-the-art and roadmap crucial areas for future research.

We aim to build an idea-trading platform for the purpose of encouraging researchers participating in this event. The papers to be presented at ATIP2023 address many grand challenges in modern engineering. The full papers to be presented will be peer-reviewed by expert reviewers including the whole organising committee members. We will be thankful for the contributions to ATIP2023. We look forward to your participation and continued engagement at future ATIP conferences.

Publication

Submissions will be reviewed by both the conference committees and JOIG editorial board, and accepted papers of ATIP2023 will be published into in the Journal of Image and Graphics as a special issue, which will be indexed by Scopus (Since 2021), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Google Scholar, Crossref, etc.

Submission

Prosecutive authors are kindly invited to submit full papers or abstract, which will be accepted by Microsoft submission system here: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ATIP2023.

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Important Dates

Submission Deadline: Feb. 5, 2023
Acceptance Notification: Mar. 5, 2023
Registration Deadline: Mar. 20, 2023
Conference Dates: Jun. 23-25, 2023

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Registration

If you're interested in the conference, you could choose to register as author, presenter or listener to paricipate in the conference. Registration needs to be completed in advance.

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Virtual Participation is allowed for ATIP 2023.

Please be aware that our thoughts are with those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The health and safety of our participants are our first priority. We are closely monitoring any specific travel advisories through official channels, which include the World Health Organization (WHO) and the South Korea Government.
Before traveling to the conference, we recommend that you stay informed of any information your local health agencies may make available and take reasonable precautions to protect yourself. ATIP continues to closely monitor this dynamic situation and will provide updates with any developments. For those who don't feel safe to travel, virtual participation will still be an good option for you