[visionlist] [Conferences] Call for Papers: IPCAI 2023 - The International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions

Toby Collins toby.collins at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 13:44:26 -04 2022

Call for Papers:
The 14th International Conference on Information Processing in
Computer-Assisted Interventions (IPCAI)
Munich, Germany, June 20-21 2023 (hybrid event)

- Endorsed by the MICCAI Society and the International Society for Computer
Aided Surgery
- In conjunction with the International Conference on Computer Assisted
Radiology and Surgery (CARS 2023)

- Intention to submit deadline (for regular papers): 28 Oct. 2022
- Submission deadline (for regular papers): 4 Nov. 2022
- Submission deadline (for long abstracts): 13 Jan. 2023

Conference information:
IPCAI is one of the most important venues for publishing and disseminating
innovative research in computer-assisted surgery and minimally invasive
interventions. Now in its 14th year, IPCAI is an interdisciplinary
conference that attracts clinicians, engineers and computer science
researchers from various backgrounds, including machine learning, data
science, robotics, computer vision, medical imaging and sensing
technologies. IPCAI fosters connections and showcases high quality research
in a unique and focused two-day event. The conference is formatted
specifically to actively engage the attendees.

The next IPCAI will be held between June 20-21 2023 in conjunction with the
Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) Conference in Munich,
Germany. IPCAI is endorsed by the International Society of Computer-aided
Surgery (ISCAS) and the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted
Interventions (MICCAI) Society. IPCAI will be a hybrid event with on-site
and remote attendance, and we encourage on-site attendance whenever

Regular paper submissions:
We call for high quality, original and unpublished paper submissions that
describe innovative methodologies, clinical applications or clinical
validations of computer-assisted intervention (CAI) systems. The submission
should fall within the broad areas of interest of CAI covering the

-Surgical data science
-Machine learning for CAI and surgical robotics
-Interventional imaging and image fusion
-Tracking and navigation
-Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality for CAI
-Intraoperative visualization, user interfaces and human-computer
-Surgical workflow, activity and skill analysis
-Intervention planning and simulation
-Systems and software
-Surgical and interventional robotics
-Evaluation and validation

All regular paper submissions should be formatted in the Springer Lecture
Notes in Computer Science (LCNS) style with a maximum of 12 pages
(approximately 5000 words) including the abstract, tables, references, and
figure captions. The abstract should be in a structured format (Purpose,
Methods, Results and Conclusion) and should not exceed 250 words.

Authors of regular papers should register an ‘intention to submit’ with a
paper title and abstract. Submissions are reviewed in a single-blind
process. Accepted papers will be transferred to the International Journal
of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (IJCARS) for further revisions
and publication as full paper in the IJCARS IPCAI Special Issue or (if
required) in a regular journal issue.

Long abstract submissions:
Long abstract submissions are intended to showcase novel ideas, software
platforms, or recent breakthroughs in a shorter format compared to regular
papers, with limited or preliminary experimental validation. Long abstract
submissions should fall within the same areas of interest of CAI as regular
papers. Submissions are reviewed in a single-blind process and should be
formatted in the LNCS style, up to 4 pages (1500 words).

Program Chairs: Toby Collins, Qi Dou, Mathias Unberath
General Chairs: Nicolas Padoy, Tim Salcudean, Raphael Sznitman
Steering Committee: Purang Abolmaesumi, Kevin Cleary, Gabor Fichtinger,
Makoto Hashizume, David Hawkes, Pierre Jannin, Leo Joskowicz, Ron Kikinis,
Heinz Lemke, Lena Maier-Hein, Kensaku Mori, Parvin Mousavi, Nassir Navab,
Terry Peters, Ichiro Sakuma, Stefanie Speidel, Danail Stoyanov, Russell

Additional information:
Further conference information, including detailed author instructions,
will be posted shortly on the IPCAI 2023 website
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