IMPORTANT DATES

2021
Journal-first submissions deadline
8 Aug
Priority submissions deadline 30 Jul
Final abstract submissions deadline 15 Oct
Manuscripts due for FastTrack publication
17 Nov

 
Early registration ends 15 Dec


2022
Short Courses
16 Jan
Symposium begins
17 Jan
All proceedings manuscripts due
31 Jan
PARTNERS


EI 2022 Conferences

The Electronic Imaging Symposium is comprised of 17 technical conferences.

Conferences by Name

Conferences by Discipline

  
Human Perception, Artistic Visualization, and Cognition for Emerging Technologies

Topics include human visual, auditory and tactile perception, and cognition related to electronic imaging algorithms, methods, and applications; texture and material perception; image understanding; and task-based visualization; computer image analysis of art, paintings, prints, drawings: multi-spectral imaging, computer vision, fractal analysis; cultural heritage and conservation applications: perspective analysis, color analysis, lighting analysis, brush stroke analysis, artist identification, forgery detection, and pattern recognition.

Computer Vision and Image Analysis of Art 2022 (Heumiller and Stork)
Human Vision and Electronic Imaging 2022   (Chandler, McCourt, and Mulligan)

Real-time Image and Video

Topics include machine vision applications for industrial research and development; tracking and scene analysis for intelligent vehicles; automated video understanding; long-term surveillance with minimal intervention; semantic complexity; video analytics algorithms; 3D vision: modeling, representation, perception, processing, and recognition; and predictive 3D vision; computer vision and remote sensing in food and agriculture systems: farm, livestock, food production, restaurant monitoring; with attention to climate change, environment, quality monitoring, surveillance.

Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2022  (Jenkin, Denny, and van Beek)
Intelligent Robotics and Industrial Applications using Computer Vision 2022  (Niel and Rӧning)

Image Capture Systems

Topics include in traditional and non-traditional digital cameras and their image processing pipelines; plenoptic devices; sensors for low-light imaging; very high dynamic range sensors and cameras; hyperspectral sensors and cameras; wearable multimedia systems; mobile games; multimedia data mining; and HCI design and techniques. NOTE that the Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2019 (PMII) and the Image Sensors and Imaging Systems 2019 (IMSE) conferences merged into the Imaging Sensors and Systems 2021 (ISS) conference.

Imaging Sensors and Systems 2022   (McElvain, Peizerat, Sampat. and Widenhorn)

Image Reproduction and Material Appearance

Topics include the effects of extra-spectral attributes; applications of color hard and soft copy; computer image analysis of art, cultural heritage and conservation applications, medical imaging, cartography, fine arts, new communications media, knowledge delivery; measurement of Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Functions (BRDF), Bidirectional Texture Functions (BTF), and Bidirectional Surface Scattering Reflectance Distribution Function (BSSRDF); and quality evaluation of 2.5D and 3D soft- and hard-copy reproductions.

Color Imaging XXVII: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications  (Eschbach, Marcu, and Rizzi)

Document Processing and Media Security

Topics include autonomous technology security and privacy, mediaforensics and authentication, biometrics and user identification, digital watermarking, steganography and data hiding, and physical object identification and interaction.

Media Watermarking, Security, and Forensics 2022 (Alattar, Memon, and Sharma)

Image and Video Modeling, Processing, Quality, and Systems

Topics include electrical resistance and impedance imaging; diffusion optical imaging; imagery-based surveillance and tracking; the readability of electronic paper and mobile displays; image preference measurement and modeling; medical and forensic imaging; genetic and evolutionary computing; microarray imaging; multimedia content retrieval; machine learning, physics inspired ML, artificial intelligence, scientific imaging, deep learning; and image and video compression, communications, segmentation and recognition, restoration and enhancement.

Computational Imaging XX (Bouman, Buzzard, and Stevenson)
Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XX   (Agaian, Egiazarian, and Gotchev)
Image Quality and System Performance XIX   (Farias and Larabi)
Machine Learning for Scientific Imaging 2022  (Klasky and Ye)

Virtual and Augmented Reality, 3D, and Stereoscopic Systems

Topics include virtual reality UI and UX; virtual and augmented reality in education, learning, gaming, art; 3D shape indexing and retrieval; scene analysis: from 2D views to 3D reconstruction and interpretation; stereoscopic image synthesis: 2D to 3D conversion, depth map generation, multi-viewpoint generation; computational reality: automated game play monitoring, real-time feedback via visual analysis; electronic cinema; the geometry of 3D perceptual space; and 3D measurement data processing and recognition.

3D Imaging and Applications 2022 (3DIA)  (Bell, Puech, and Sitnik)
Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2022 (Dolinsky and McDowall)
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXXIII  (Favalora, Holliman, Kawai, and Woods)

Web and Mobile Imaging and Visualization

Topics include image, video, and multimedia analytics: object tracking, face recognition, human detection and tracking; social networks: use of images and videos in social networks; video segmentation and tracking algorithms; Bayesian models for tracking and activity monitoring; social media; and multivariate time series visualization.

Imaging and Multimedia Analytics at the Edge 2022  (Allebach, Bala, and Lin)
Mobile Devices and Multimedia: Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications 2022  (Akopian and Creutzburg)
Visualization and Data Analysis 2022  (Chiang, Kao, and Wischgoll)