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Welcome to IST 2022

Thank you for attending IEEE IST 2022! We hope to see you again at IST 2023!
On behalf of the Technical and Local Committee of the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques (IST 2022) and IEEE International School on Imaging, we welcome you to the virtual IST conference, 21-23 June.

Historically, this is the sixteenth consecutive year, following the successful IST events held previously in Stresa, Italy (2004), Niagara Falls, Canada (2005), Minori, Italy (2006), Krakow, Poland (2007), Chania, Greece (2008), Shenzhen, China (2009), Thessaloniki, Greece (2010), Penang Island, Malaysia (2011), Manchester, UK (2012), Beijing, China (2013), Santorini, Greece (2014), Macau, China (2015), Chania, Greece (2016), Beijing, China (2017), Krakow, Poland (2018), Abu Dhabi, UAE (2019), New York (virtual) (2021) where experts from all over the world meet to trigger an in-depth discussion of imaging methodologies and its applications shaping the future, and identifying emerging imaging trends.

This year, scientists and engineers from all over the world meet to explore the design principles, development and applications of new imaging technologies and computer visualization techniques. The use of machine learning and artificial intelligence to analyze and interpret imaging data is rapidly changing the global economy, experiencing an unparalleled integration of science and technology with artificial intelligence and big data; let us see this event as unique opportunity not only to exchange and disseminate knowledge but also bridge multidisciplinary areas like engineering and science with health science, robotics, quantum neuromorphic cognition, exploration of Space and Industry 4.0.; generating new knowledge while establishing global collaborative multidisciplinary opportunities, by tightening collaborations among industry, academia, and healthcare industry.

We would like to thank the TC-19 on Imaging Measurements and Systems Technical Committee, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, Prof. Chi-Hung Hwang and the local Organizing Committee, the IST Organizing and Steering Committees, for their dedicated efforts towards the organization of the event. Special thanks Conference Catalysts, LLC, Administrators of the IST and the IEEE School of Imaging, for their outstanding and enthusiastic efforts to administrate and contribute to the success of these two major events.

We are cordially inviting you to join and honor with your presence the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques (IST2022) and the IEEE International School on Imaging. This is a unique opportunity for the advancement of knowledge, I addition, it paves the way to generate exciting global collaborative opportunities among industry, academia, and healthcare professionals.

Important Dates

May 1, 2022

Full Paper Submission Deadline

May 15, 2022

Notification of Acceptance

May 30, 2022

Full Paper Deadline

Call for Papers

Manuscripts must be prepared in 4 to 6 pages in IEEE 8.5 x 11 format. The IST Proceedings are indexed in the WEB of Science and Scopus and will be submitted to IEEE Xplore
for publication. Submitted papers may not have been previously published in or under consideration for publication in another journal or conference. Manuscripts should be
submitted as PDF files via EDAS.

The authors of the accepted and presented conference papers are welcome to submit their technically extended papers for possible publication in a Special Issue of IEEE TIM (IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, IF 3.067) as well in other prestigious peer-reviewed journals. All the submitted papers are peer-reviewed follow the
regular process.

IST 2022 Technical Scope

The objectives of IST 2022 are but not limited to:

» Image processing and pattern recognition
» Big data and data science
» Machine learning
» Deep learning
» Data mining
» Big Data multifusion techniques
» Imaging Informatics and bioinformatics

» Machine vision, inspection, and artificial intelligence
» Cognitive vision systems
» Autonomous navigation, drones and vehicles
» Bioinspired robotic vision systems
» 2-d, 3-d, 4-d imaging
» Light Illumination architectures
» Medical surgical robotics
» Block chain and distributed robotic vision sensing
» Human visual system-based Imaging
» Mobile Robotic Vision
» Logistics and e-commerce

» Big Data Analysis and imaging
» Immunohistochemical digital imaging
» Translational imaging and theranostics
» Molecular imaging and biology, Omics, biomarkers,
» Virtual pathology
» Pharmaco-imaging in drugs and medicine, drug
» Omics instrumentation and imaging

» Optical polarimetric reflectance spectroscopy
» Optical multispectral imaging,
» Narrow band imaging.
» Laser Acoustics
» Raman scattering, laser acoustics,
» High magnification bronchovideoscopy,
» Fluorescence and autofluorescence
» Optical coherence tomography (OCT), MRI, PET,
» Surgical guidance imaging

» Image sensors for 3D imaging
» Bio-inspired image sensor

» Neuromorphic imaging
» High speed
» Large format
» Ultra low power
» Ultra low noise
» Very high dynamic range
» On-chip processing for smarter sensors

» Image analysis
» Wavelets and fractals
» Deep learning
» Image registration
» Image segmentation
» Pattern Recognition
» Feature Extraction
» Texture Analysis
» Applications of medical image processing
» Exploratory data analysis and big data
» ET, MRI, CT, SPECT, microscopy. Optical coherence tomography (OCT)

» Imaging sensors and detectors cameras, microscopy, spectroscopy, displays, device miniaturization
» Computer graphics and imaging.
» Imaging, machine learning, and GPU processors
» Tomographic Scanners: ECT, Inverse scattering, Industrial Scanners
» Image processing and pattern recognition

» Web-based remote diagnosis
» Internet of the Things (IoT) and Imaging Autonomous navigation
» Cloud and edge computing, Imaging, and mobile Platforms
» Cybersecurity and Imaging
» Smart Cities and Imaging

» Hyperspectral image sensors or camera
» Image sensors for computational imaging
» Image sensors for automotive applications
» Image sensors used in integrated networks (internet of things)
» Image sensors for drones and autonomous vehicles
» Sensor fusion

» Remote sensing, ladars & lidars
» Autonomous aerial and underwater imaging systems
» Bioinspired robotic vision systems
» Electromagnetic scattering
» Advanced space instruments and satellite imaging
» Sensors for aerospace applications
» Image processing and pattern recognition
» Spectral registration
» High dimensional data reduction in spectral bands

» Texture Analysis
» Image quality Assessment
» Image restoration
» Super-resolution Imaging
» Human visual system based Imaging
» Compressive sensing for imaging
» Image enhancement

» Embedded imaging, mobile and communication applications
» Neuromorphic computing

» Content-based retrieval in hyper/multi-spectral domain
» Summarization tools in hyper/multi-spectral domain
» Relevance feedback techniques to assist experts in taking complex decisions
» Behavioral analysis and actions recognition for complex engineering applications
» 4D/5D image reconstruction
» Semantic representation and content enrichment

» Homeland security, surveillance, inspection and monitoring
» Industrial Inspection & material characterization
» Semiconductor wafers, solar cells, nanomaterials, biomaterials and composites
» Pharmaceutical & food processing vision inspection system
» Urban planning, civil engineering monitoring & transportation
» Environmental monitoring & early detection of natural hazards
» Cultural heritage applications
» TeraHertz Imaging

» Techniques in Mixed Reality Devices
» Applications in Navigation
» Applications in Medicine
» Applications in Robotics
» Applications in Space systems 
» Applications in Industry 4

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