[visionlist] Call for workshops - 2019 Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Gustavo Carneiro gustavo.carneiro at adelaide.edu.au
Fri Jun 7 12:07:57 -04 2019

2019 Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Call for Workshop Proposals

The 32nd Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI2019: http://nugget.unisa.edu.au/AI2019/) will be held this year in Adelaide, Australia on 2-5 December. The conference organizers invite proposals for workshops to be held on 2nd December 2019 at the same venue immediately prior to the main conference.

The aim of the workshop program is to provide an opportunity for the discussion of new and emerging topics, applications, and on broader topics that is of interest to the broader AI community and industry. Workshops can vary in length from half a day to one full day. Note that the workshop participants need to pay a workshop registration fee to cover costs. Workshop attendees do not need to register for the main AI conference, but are encouraged to do so.

Interested organizers must submit workshop proposals via email to the Workshop Chairs gustavo.carneiro at adelaide.edu.au and ashfaqur.rahman at data61.csiro.au by 15 June 2019. Workshop organizers need to justify the relevance and impact of the intended workshop. The proposal needs to be in pdf format. The workshop organizers are encouraged to contact the workshop chair before this date to discuss suitability of the proposed workshop. Proposals will be reviewed by the workshop chair and conference chairs before acceptance notifications are issued.

Important Dates:

Event Date: 2nd Dec 2019
Proposal deadline: 1 July 2019
Notification: 15 July 2019

Submission Details:

Proposals should include the following information:

        ·Workshop title and brief (2-page max) description of the workshop topic and content.
        ·The names, titles, affiliations, and primary contact emails of the proposed workshop organizers.
        ·Names and bios of any invited speakers and indication of their willingness to attend the workshop.
        ·Preference for half- or full-day workshop.
        ·Description of relevance to AI 2019 and impact.
        ·Topics that will be covered.
        ·Anticipated target audience as well as expected number of attendees.
        ·A draft outline of workshop program.
        ·Description of the paper review process
        ·Acceptance Standards
        ·Publicity Plan

Workshop Schedule:

Event Date: 2 Dec 2019
Workshop proposals due 1 July 2019
Notification of accepted workshops 15 July 2019
Individual Workshop web pages and CFPs due 30 July 2019
Workshop paper submissions (reviewing to be arranged by workshop organizers) 15 September 2019
Workshop paper notification (allowing early registration of authors) 15 October 2019
Workshops 6 December 2019

More information can be found on the conference website: http://nugget.unisa.edu.au/AI2019/

Workshop Chairs:
Gustavo Carneiro, Professor, School of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide, gustavo.carneiro at adelaide.edu.au
Ashfaqur Rahman, Data61, CSIRO, ashfaqur.rahman at data61.csiro.au

Kind regard

Gustavo Carneiro
School of Computer Science
The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide CRICOS Provider Number 00123M
The University of Adelaide ABN Number 61 249 878 937


From: Gustavo Carneiro
Sent: Tuesday, 5 June 2018 8:09 PM
To: visionlist at visionscience.com
Subject: BIA 2018 - 4th Breast Image Analysis (BIA) Workshop - Deadline extension

 BIA 2018 - 4th Breast Image Analysis (BIA) Workshop


Final Call For Papers

After a hiatus of two years, we will hold the 4th edition of the Breast Image Analysis (BIA) workshop in conjunction with MICCAI 2018. The aim of BIA is to bring together the growing number of researchers in the field given the significant amount of effort in the development of tools that can automate the analysis and synthesis of breast imaging.The main purpose of the workshop is to provide a stimulating environment for an in-depth discussion of important recent developments among experts in the field that enables future research impact in the field.

Proceedings published by SPRINGER under the “Lecture Notes in Computer Science” book series.

Authors will be invited to contribute to a chapter in a book about Breast Image Analysis.


Topics included but not limited to:

- Computer-aided detection and diagnosis of breast cancer
- Models for breast deformation
- Multi-modality breast image registration, analysis and fusion
- Quantitative analysis of breast imaging modalities
- Predicting and measuring response to treatment
- Planning, simulation and guidance for breast surgery and outcome prediction
- Relating imaging biomarkers to risk factors and non-imaging information
- Research related to the elucidation and improvement of clinical workflows
- Breast density and parenchymal pattern analysis and risk assessment
- Large scale breast image screening and analysis


Important Dates:

1. NEW DATE! June 18th (11.59pm PST): BIA18 paper submission deadline -  NEW DATE!
2. July 11th: BIA18 paper notification of acceptance
3. July 17th: BIA18 Camera-ready version submission
4. September 16th (Morning Session): Workshop Day


Invited Speakers:

Anne Martel, Ph.D - Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Orcun Goksel, M.A.Sc, Ph.D - ETH Zurich
Markus Wenzel, Ph.D- Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS






Gabriel Maicas -  The University of Adelaide, Australia
Gustavo Carneiro - The University of Adelaide, Australia
Andrew P. Bradley - The University of Queensland, Australia
Jacinto C. Nascimento, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal
Hang Min - The University of Queensland, Australia


Gustavo Carneiro
Associate Professor
School of Computer Science
The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide CRICOS Provider Number 00123M
The University of Adelaide ABN Number 61 249 878 937
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