IPCAI 2022

The 13th International Conference on Information Processing in Computer- Assisted Interventions

June 7-8, 2022

Tokyo, Japan (Tentatively)

Information About IPCAI 2022

The International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions (IPCAI) is one of the most important forums for innovation in the domain of computer-assisted surgery. The IPCAI conference is an international interdisciplinary conference bringing together clinicians, computer scientists, engineers, and other researchers in a unique setting. The format of the meeting is designed specifically for active engagement from the attendees. Submissions of original works are encouraged within the broad areas of interest of computer-assisted interventions and specifically in:

  • Surgical data science

  • Interventional imaging

  • Systems and software

  • Evaluation and validation

  • Tracking and navigation

  • Interventional robotics

  • Surgical planning and simulation

  • Advanced intraoperative visualization and user interfaces

  • Augmented Reality for medical applications

  • Surgical skill analysis and workflow


The 13th occurance of IPCAI is intended to be held on June 7-8, 2022 in Tokyo (Japan) in conjunction with the Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) Conference. IPCAI 2022 is endorsed by the International Society of Computer-aided Surgery (ISCAS) and the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions (MICCAI) Society. The conference is currently planned as an in person event. Changes to the participation format (hybrid, virtual only) are however possible with the pandemic situation being closely monitored.

Important Dates

Intention to Submit Deadline Regular Papers: 29 October, 2021
Submission Deadline Regular Papers: 5 November, 2021
First Round of Review and Early Decisions: mid-December, 2021
Revision and Rebuttal Deadline: mid-January, 2021
Submission Deadline Long Abstracts: 10 January, 2022
Decision Notifications: mid-February, 2022

Submission Format

Regular Paper: The “classical” IPCAI submission. Once accepted for publication at IPCAI, the paper 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. Submissions are in LNCS format, up to 12 pages or 5000 words.

Long Abstract: Alternative to the Regular Paper, there is also the possibility to submit Long Abstracts, which are intended to showcase novel ideas, software platforms, or recent breakthroughs, including those with preliminary but limited experimental validation. Accepted Long Abstracts will be presented as oral and/or poster presentations at IPCAI. Submissions are in LNCS format, up to 4 pages or 1500 words.

Submission

The submission system is currently being set up and will be reachable from here soon.

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