The 14th International Conference on Information Processing in
20-21 June 2023
The International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions (IPCAI) is one of the most important venues for disseminating innovative peer-reviewed research in computer-assisted surgery and minimally invasive interventions. Now in its 14th year, IPCAI is an interdisciplinary conference that attracts clinicians, engineers and computer science researchers from various backgrounds, including machine learning, data science, robotics, computer vision, medical imaging and sensing technologies. IPCAI fosters connections and showcases high quality research in a unique and focused two-day event. The conference is formatted specifically to actively engage the attendees.
The next IPCAI will be held between June 20-21 2023 in conjunction with the Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) Conference in Munich, Germany. IPCAI is endorsed by the International Society of Computer-aided Surgery (ISCAS) and the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions (MICCAI) Society. IPCAI will be a hybrid event with on-site and remote attendance, and we encourage on-site attendance whenever possible.
This website contains detailed information for submitting authors, authors of accepted papers & long abstracts, reviewers, participants, and anyone who wants to learn more about IPCAI.
Update - 17 Nov. 2022: The paper submissions have now entered the peer-review stage. We've had a lot of submissions this year - well done to all for making the deadline!
Update - 16 Nov. 2022: The regular paper submission deadline for IPCAI 2023 has now passed, We cannot accept any new submissions. Submissions of long abstracts are, however, possible until 20 Jan. 2023.
Update - 1 Nov. 2022: To avoid a submission deadline conflict with CVPR, we have further extended the regular paper submission deadline to 15 Nov. 2023. There are no more planned extensions. See here for submission details.
Update - 20 Oct. 2022: The deadline for submitting regular papers has been extended by 1 week. See here for details.