[visionlist] ICIP 2017 – Call for Grand Challenge Proposals

IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) 2017

Beijing, China, September 17-20, 2017http://2017.ieeeicip.org
Call for Grand Challenge Proposals
The Grand Challenges present a set of problems aimed at engaging the image processing research community into a competition of solving these interesting and challenging problems. Proposals for Grand Challenges are sought in all areas of imaging, image and video processing, and computer vision. We are particularly interested in proposals that represent the real-world challenges in industry applications. Proposers are encouraged to find an industry partner who can collaborate on and sponsor the proposed Challenge, though a sponsorship is not required for submitting a proposal. 
Prospective proposers of Grand Challenges should submit proposals with the following information:

Definition of the Challenge

Significance and real-world value of the Challenge

Rules for participation

Criteria of judging a submission

Data sets provided, if any

Team that will run the Challenge

Awards proposed, if any

Dates (e.g., submission deadline, data available, and winner announcement)

Sponsorship, if any

Submission:

All proposals shall be submitted via email to GC2017-submission@gmail.com. For inquiries regarding Grand Challenges, please send emails to GC2017-inquiry@gmail.com.

Dates:

Deadline for proposal submission:  Jan 15, 2017

Announcement of acceptance: Jan 31, 2017

PDF of the Call for Grand Challenge Proposals here

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