Journal-first (JIST/JPI) Submissions

∙ Journal-first (JIST/JPI) Submissions Due 31 July
∙ Final Journal-first manuscripts due 31 Oct
Conference Papers Submissions
∙ Extended Submission Deadline
∙ FastTrack Proceedings Manuscripts Due 21 Dec 
∙ All Outstanding Manuscripts Due 15 Feb 2024
Registration Opens mid-Oct
Demonstration Applications Due 18 Dec
Early Registration Ends 18 Dec

Hotel Reservation Deadline 3 Jan
Symposium Begins
21 Jan
Non-FastTrack Proceedings Manuscripts Due
15 Feb

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Dive Deep / Learn New Skills

EI Short Courses complement the technical papers and social programs with a series of 2- and 4-hour classes taught by leading academic and industry experts from across the globe.

EI Short Courses will take place during the EI 2024 week, beginning 21 January 2024. Attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for single classes or take a package that includes all the courses.

Courses move from introductory to advanced in content, as well as from theoretical to practical, allowing attendees the opportunity to explore new areas or gain more depth in others.

The Electronic Imaging organizing committee is committed to maintaining the in-person experience for the conference. With that in mind, we will be asking all short course instructors to review the content and delivery of the material for this year’s conference. The goal is to ensure participants get more from the in-person experience than they could from an online class. The following is a list of suggestions for how to achieve this, based on feedback from short-course participants:
1. More “hands-on” content. This does not necessarily mean physically hands-on, it can mean more exercises, worked examples, interactive content etc.
2. Delivery of content by more than one instructor. Participants have reported that they benefit from discussions and interactions between instructors, in addition to discussions with the class
3. Q&A or tutorial sessions, where participants can discuss aspects of their own work with instructors
The above are examples, and we fully understand that some of these suggestions will not be practical for every course. However, we would ask you to consider how your course may be adjusted to maximize the benefits of in-person attendance.

Finally, we are planning to limit the number of short courses at EI2024 to 20 in total. This decision was based on the observation that there are a lot of similarities and overlaps between a number of short courses offered in previous years. If you believe there is an opportunity to collaborate with another instructor or merge content, please feel free to let us know, and we can facilitate this.

The Symposium welcomes Short Course proposals. To do so, fill in the Short Course Proposal Form. Deadline: August 4, 2023.

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