The 12th International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS) is an annual event that follows ICPRS-21, ICPRS-19, ICPRS-18, ICPRS-17 and ICPRS-16, a continuation of the successful Chilean Conference on Pattern Recognition that reached its 6th edition in 2014. In 2022 it is organised by the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne (France) and the Chilean Association for Pattern Recognition (ACHiRP, a member of the IAPR), endorsed by the IAPR (International Association for Pattern Recognition) and sponsored by IEEE France, IEEE France SP Chapter, IEEE Chile CIS Chapter and the IET's Vision and Imaging Technical Network. As in previous years, papers deemed to be of the required standard AND presented at the conference, will be normally indexed in IEEE Xplore. Please note that the publishers might reject papers which are too similar to previous publications, even if the work is presented at the conference. All paper submissions need to be submitted via Conftool to be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. Excellent papers will be encouraged to submit extended versions for consideration in a JCR-indexed journal (tba).
The International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems (ICPRS-22) aims to create an important networking forum in which participants can discuss the present and future of pattern recognition systems.
Its predecessors ICPRS-21, ICPRS-19, ICPRS-18, ICPRS-17, ICPRS-16, CWPR and CCPR, have traditionally been a meeting point of different disciplines (computer science, engineering, mathematics, etc.) and an opportunity for a wide range of researchers and practitioners to discuss the many different aspects of the application of pattern recognition technologies.
WhereAn online event, hosted by École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne - France
Wednesday to Friday
07-10 June, 2022
Call For Papers
We also welcome "Datasets Papers" that introduce a new public dataset and a baseline to encourage new research.
This conference will be ONLY online to allow as many authors, invited speakers and delegates to participate from any part of the world.
There will be a special category of "Student Papers", where the first author must be a student (undergraduate or postgraduate). There will be a special prize for best student paper.
All paper submissions will be submitted on-line to be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. Please note that all papers will be checked by a plagiarism detecting software so that papers that exceed a threshold of coincidence will not be passed on for reviews.
Also please note that reviews will be double-blind so please do not include author names and affiliations in your paper (also do not cite your previous work as "in our previous paper [x]", etc.).
- Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Pattern Recognition
- Bioinformatics Clustering
- Biometrics (including face recognition)
- Computer Vision
- Dataset: a new public dataset and baseline
- Data Mining and Big Data
- Deep Learning and Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition
- Document Processing and Recognition
- Fuzzy and Hybrid Techniques in PR
- High Performance Computing for Pattern Recognition
- Image Processing and Analysis
- Kernel Machines
- Mathematical Morphology
- Mathematical Theory of Pattern Recognition
- Medical Image Processing and Analysis
- Natural Language Processing and Recognition
- Object Detection, Tracking and Recognition
- Pattern Recognition Principles
- Pattern Recognition for optimization
- Real Systems, Applications and Case Studies of Pattern Recognition (e.g. health, environment, weather prediction,natural disasters, transportation, etc.)
- Remote Sensing
- Shape and Texture Analysis
- Signal Processing and Analysis
- Social Media and HCI
- Signal Processing and Analysis
- Statistical Pattern Recognition
- Syntactical and Structural Pattern Recognition
- Time series prediction
- Voice and Speech Recognition
- Paper submissions: 06th February 2022 (max. 6 pages+1 page of references)
- Notification of acceptance: 14th March 2022
- Camera-ready papers: 07th April 2022
- Early Registration: Up to 31st March 2022
- Paper length can be up to 6 pages (plus 1 page of references)
- Papers must be written using the IEEE templates (please use A4 size). .
- Papers must be written in English.
- To submit a paper, please click here. If you have not yet done so, you will need to create an account (if you participated in ICPRS-21 you might already have an account). PLEASE NOTE that this year there is a special "Student Paper" category that requires the first author to be a registered student at the time of submission, otherwise use the normal paper category.
- Please note that an accepted paper will only be sent to the publishers if at least one of its authors registers at a normal (not student) delegate fee
ProgrammeProgramme details will be announced once the selection of accepted papers has been concluded. There will be a good set of keynote talks. This conference will be online so that authors, invited speakers and delegates may participate from anywhere in the world. There is also a special “Student Paper” category for papers whose main author is a registered student at the time of submission.
All authors of accepted papers and all other attendees, will need to register on the EventBrite system (please note that there is an extra charge by EventBrite of about 10%). The Eventbrite system that we use should be able to give you a receipt and an invoice (provided that you also enter your organisation's details). NOTE: We expect that the system will accept payments via all major credit cards. Please contact the conference Registration Chair for any issues with registration.
For an accepted paper to be presented and published, it needs to be associated to an "Author Full Fee" registration (and not to a Student or an Other registration). If only a student author is attending the conference and presenting their paper, then they need to pay an "Author full fee" (and not the student fee). We have to operate like this to cover conference and publishing costs. Also, if one of the authors registers as "Author Full Fee", additional authors of the same paper who also want to attend the conference only need to pay a lower fee e.g. as Student or Other, as appropriate to their status. Following IAPR policy, each author full fee registration will cover the presentation of up to three papers by the registered person who also needs to be a co-author of those papers. Presentation of additional papers beyond those three, by the same conference delegate will require the payment of an additional full author fee. In all cases there are reductions for members of the sponsoring organisations.
The fee structure is as follows (all fees in British Pounds):
|Category||Early Bird Fee
(until 31 March 2022)
(until 27 May 2022)
(from 28 May 2022)
|Author member Full Fee (IEEE/IAPR/ACHIRP/IET)||GBP 191||GBP 229||GBP 252|
|Author non-member Full Fee||GBP 217||GBP 260||GBP 286|
|Student member (IEEE/IAPR/ACHIRP/IET)||GBP 34||GBP 41||GBP 45|
|Student non-member||GBP 47||GBP 56||GBP 62|
|Other member (IEEE/IAPR/ACHIRP/IET)||GBP 68||GBP 82||GBP 98|
|Other Non-Member||GBP 93||GBP 112||GBP 135|
Local ChairProf. Johan Debayle (MINES Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne, France)
General ChairProf. Sergio A. Velastin (Queen Mary University of London, UK
Universidad Carllos III, Madrid, Spain)
ACHIRP ChairDr. Marco Mora (Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile)
Registrations ChairDr. Juan Bekios-Calfa (Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile)
Tutorials ChairsDr. Ricardo Barrientos (Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile)
Dr. Héctor Allende-Cid (Pont. Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile)
Publications ChairProf. Yann Gavet (MINES Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne, France)
Regional ChairsDr. Márjory Da Costa Abreu (Sheffield-Hallam University, UK)
Prof. José García-Rodríguez (Universidad de Alicante, Spain)
Dr. Gustavo Fernández (Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria)
Prof. Wilson Rivera (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)
Dr. Matilde Santos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Dr. Clovis Tauber (UMR U1253 iBrain, Univ. Tours, Inserm, Fance)
Dr. Maria Trujillo (Universidad del Valle, Colombia)
Prof. Qiao Wang (Southeast University, PR China)
Prof. M. Haroon Yousaf (University of Engineering and Technology Taxila, Pakistan)
Programme CommitteeProf. Lynn Abbott (Virginia Tech, USA)
Dr. Luis Angel Silva (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia)
Dr. Anastassia Angelopoulou (University of Westminster, UK)
Dr. Diego Aracena (Universidad de Tarapacá, Chile)
Dr. Mauricio Araya (UTFSM, Chile)
Dr. Farshad Badie (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Dr. Jose Bernal (DZNE, Germany)
Dr. Attallah Bilal (M'sila University, Algéria)
Dr. Francois Bremond (INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France)
Dr. Maria Elena Buemi (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Deisy Chavez (Universidad de Leon, Spain)
Donatello Conte (University of Tours, France)
Ricardo Contreras (Universidad de Concepción, Chile)
Dr. G. Millaray Curilem (Universidad de La Frontera, Chile)
Rudy Delaplace (University of Tours, France)
Dr. Jose Delpiano (Universidad de los Andes, Chile)
Dr. Vinod DS (Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, India)
Prof. Tim Ellis (Kingston University, UK)
Dr. Jorge Espinosa-Oviedo (Politécnico Colombiano Jaime Isaza Cadavid, Colombia)
Dr. Gonzalo Farías (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile)
Dr. Carola Figueroa (Universidad del Bío Bío, Chile)
Prof. Alejandro C. Frery (Victoria University, New Zealand)
Dr. Mayssa Frikha (University of Sfax, Tunisia)
Dr. Thierry Garcia (INP Toulouse, France)
Ms. Faezeh Ghaderi (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)
Dr. Lahouari M Ghouti (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia)
Dr. Paulo González (Universitad Católica del Maule, Chile)
Dr. Oscar Alberto Henao Gallo (Technical University of Pereira, Colombia)
Dr. Ruber Hernández García (Universitad Católica del Maule, Chile)
Dr. Martin Kampel (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Dr. Louahdi Khoudour (CEREMA, France)
Prof. Dimitrios Makris (Kingston University, UK)
Dr. Antoine Manzanera (ENSTA ParisTech, France)
Dr. Lucio Marcenaro (University of Genova, Italy)
Dr. Andrés Marino (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
Prof. Stephen Marshall (University of Strathclyde, UK)
Dr. Jose Fco Martinez Trinidad (Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica , Mexico)
Prof. José M. Martínez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Prof. Stephen Maybank (Birkbeck College, University of London, UK)
Dr. Claudia Mazo (University College Dublin, Ireland)
Dr. Marcelo Mendoza (Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile)
Prof. Vladimir Milián Núñez (Universidad de las Ciencias Informáticas, Cuba)
Dr. Miguel Moctezuma-Flores (Universidad Nacional de Mexico, Mexico)
Prof. Jose Manuel Molina (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
Prof. Agustin Moreno (National University of Colombia, Colombia)
Dr. Sandrine Mouysset (University of Tours, France)
Dr. Thanh Phuong Nguyen (University of Toulon, France)
Dr. Jie Ni (Sony Research Centre, US)
Prof. Mark Nixon (Southampton University, UK)
Prof. João Paulo Papa (São Paulo State University, Brazil)
Dr. Osvaldo Andrés Pérez García (CENATAV, Cuba)
Dr. Tomas Piatrik (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
M. Angélica Pinninghoff J. (Universidad de Concepcion, Chile)
Prof. Filiberto Pla (University Jaume I, Spain)
Dr. Andrea Prati (Università di Parma, Italy)
Dr. Nicolas Ragot (Université de Tours/ LIFAT, France)
Dr. Alejandro Restrepo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Medellin), Colombia)
Dr. Eraldo Ribeiro (Florida Institute of Technology, USA)
Dr. Harvey Rosas (Valparaíso University, Chile)
Sarahi Rosas Gonzalez (University of Tours, France)
Dr. Rodrigo J. Salas Fuentes (Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile)
Prof. Angel Sappa (Computer Vision Center/ESPOL, Spain/Ecuador)
Dr. César San Martín (Universidad de la Frontera, Chile
Dr. Mansi Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)
Dr. Domenico Sorrenti (Universita di milano - Bicocca, Italy)
Prof. Pierre Spiteri (INP Toulouse, France)
Aline Stella (University of Tours, France)
Prof. Jinshan Tan (Michigan Technological University, USA)
Dr. Yván Tupac (UCSP, Peru)
Prof. Jose Fco. Vargas Bonilla (University of Antioquia, Colombia)
Dr. D.S. Vinod (Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, India)
Prof. Boris Vintimilla (Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral ESPOL, Ecuador)
Mag Luis Alberto Vives (U. Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, Perú)
Dr. David Zabala-Blanco (Universidad Catolica del Maule, Chile)
Dr. Pablo Zegers (Aparnix, Chile)
Frequently Asked Questions
Will the event will be ONLY online?
Yes, given the current uncertainty with travel. Although we recognise the value of face-to-face contact and networking, an online conference allows many people (specially students and young researchers) to participate who otherwise would have been unable to. We invite researchers worldwide to submit their novel articles.
Is there any facility for students to submit articles?
Students are encouraged to submit papers. If they are the first author they can be submitted as "Student Papers" and would be considered for a special prize. For details about the registration fees, please check the Registration section
Will the conference be virtual, so a remote speaker can, not only present a paper but also watch the rest of the presentations?
Yes. Authors can present virtually and also attend (virtually) all other presentations and tutorials.
Do I have to pay extra if I have more than one paper accepted?
Please refer to the Registration section for the detailed fee conditions.
Do you have information about registration for remote speakers?
As an online event, everyone attending the conference. The delegate fees , which we have kept as small as possible, help us cover the costs of publication, indexing and organisation. Please see the Registration section for details.
Will all accepted papers be indexed in IEEE Xplore and others?
As in previous versions of the conference, we expect that the papers will be indexed in Scopus and IEEXplore. Please note that only papers that are accepted AND presented AND associated to a delegate fee, will be sent to the publisher. It is very important that the papers are in the correct format and have been proof-read by a competent English speaker, as the publisher may reject poorly written papers or those that overlap significantly with previously published work.
Does a paper discussing the application of pattern recognition in the manufacturing industry (as a black-box, and not so much about which specific methods) fit your conference?
Yes! We welcome papers describing real-world applications of pattern recognition systems.