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List of Special Sessions (Submit in CMT under "Imaging & Vision" track):
Special Session: DPPG: Data for Policy and Public Good
Special Session: TEBOS: Tissue Engineering and Bioartificial Organ System
Special Session: CIHSA: Computational Intelligence for Health-care Systems and Applications
Special Session: DO: Digital Oilfield
Special Session: MLMIA: Machine Learning for Medical Image Analysis and Computer Vision
Special Session: BHR: Recent Trends on Hand-writing Recognition
With advancement in Data processing, managing technologies, availability of high-performance hardware, more and more avenues for use of Machine learning and related mechanisms in policy and public good are opening. Big Data as a buzz word is proving to be a melting point of business, research and governance. Legacy statistical methods and social analytics are now being complemented by computational methods. More researchers are utilizing various computational methods and harnessing satellite image data, air and water quality data, market behavior, mobile call record data, public utility data to give policy and business decisions. We would like to propose research that are in cross-disciplinary mode and harnesses ideas from social science, computational science, any other branch of knowledge.
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
The session focuses on tissue engineering research from the electronics and computational engineering perspective and its applications in the development of bioartificial organ system. Recently, various types of bioartificial organs have been developed to overcome the shortage of organ donor and the medication problem. Therefore, the aim of this session is to present the recent research and development in various fields related to the tissue engineering in the development of bioartificial organ sytem.
National Defence University of Malaysia, Malaysia
The session focuses on intelligent systems and applications in the field of healthcare. Recently, various types of robots and ICT applications have been developed to realize elderly care, daily life assistance, health promotion and rehabilitation support. Computational intelligence including neural computing, fuzzy computing, and evolutionary computing can be applied to the assistance and service to people in the intelligent systems. The aim of this session is to present the recent research and development in applied computational intelligence for health-care systems and applications.
Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan
Daiichi Institute of Technology, Japan
Digital Oilfield special session is dedicated to the problem of oilfield industrial processes automation in order to enhance
the oil recovery. Special attention is to be paid to the Data mining techniques. Researchers and oil production companies representatives are invited,
who are interested in the following topics:
- Oilfield operators' industrial decision support systems;
- Contemporary and perspective automation control systems;
- Enhancement of heavy oil production;
- Oil wells recovery methods;
- Artificial intelligence methods application in the tasks of oil industry;
- Pattern recognition and digital image processing in the local oilfield tasks' solution.
Southern Federal University, Russia
Loughborough University, UK
It becomes that much easier to gather image data by the rapid
development measurement devises, network systems, and IoT
technologies. One of the hot research areas should be computer vision
and medical image analysis. The paradigm is shifting how analyze and how
utilize the obtained big image data. Here, machine Learning plays the
most fundamental role. This session will invite paper submissions
related to various kind of machine learning techniques for computer
vision and applications including medical image analysis. And,
contribution to practical application and results are welcome.
Masakazu Morimoto and Syoji Kobashi
University of University, Japan
This special session would like to explore the progresses on hand-writing recognition, analysis & applications (e.g., related to OCR/OHR, etc.).
Researchers are welcome to submit related works.
Md. Atiqur Rahman Ahad
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
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We welcome you to organize Mini-Workshop / Organized Session / Tutorial Session in the ICIEV!
The aim of a W/OS/TS is to provide a complementary flavor to the regular sessions and should include hot topics of interest to the ICIEV areas/topics that may also go beyond disciplines traditionally represented at the ICIEV.
Prospective organizers of W/OS/TS should submit proposals with the info below:
Email office [AT-MARK] iciev.org with your proposal.
- Title of the W/OS/TS:
- Objective of the W/OS/TS: Define & explain - how the W/OS/TS will be different/related from the subjects covered by the regular sessions.
- Name of the W/OS/TS organizers and short profiles of them.
- Information on possible papers, presenters and apart from papers to be presented, mention whether you will invite any speaker for the W/OS/TS. [Minimum number of papers for an OS: 4 accepted papers at least]
- Mini-Workshop length: Half-day workshop may be allowed.
W/OS/TS's evaluation criteria:
All papers presented in the W/OS will be included in the Conference Proceedings. Therefore, all papers must submit according to the instructions of the ICIEV.
- Interest on the topic
- Evaluation on the organizers [& panel of experts reviewers for W/OS]
- Plan of the W/OS/TS
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