Publishing and Paper Presentation Options

ICIP 2024 offers several ways for authors to present their latest research that is aligned with the scope of ICIP: 

1. Submit a conference paper 

Authors are invited to submit papers that are up to 6 pages for technical content including figures and references, and one optional seventh page containing only references. To maximize visibility and impact, all accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore digital library and will be freely accessible and downloadable by all, in final format, beginning one month prior to the conference and through the conference end date (Open Preview). View submission instructions, templates for paper format, and the “no show” policy. Submit a Paper to ICIP

2. Submit an Open Journal of Signal Processing (OJSP) Paper

Manuscripts are subject to an 8+1 page length limit, with the review being managed by the editorial board of the Open Journal of Signal Processing (OJSP). Review of these manuscripts will be expedited to ensure that a decision is made prior to finalization of the ICIP technical program. Accepted papers will be published in OJSP and will also be scheduled for presentation at ICIP. Submit a Paper to the OJSP Review Track

3. ICIP Presentation of an SPS Journal Paper

Present an accepted SPS journal paper Authors who have published a paper in a Signal Processing Journal within the last year may submit their published journal paper and present it at the conference, in order to discuss and advance the research and find additional collaborative opportunities. 

4. Datasets and Benchmarks

We are thrilled to announce ICIP dataset and benchmark track. High-quality, publicly available images and videos datasets are critical for advancing the field of image processing, and we seek to provide researchers with a diverse collection of datasets that can be routinely used to test, benchmark, and improve the overall performance of image processing methods and algorithms. We encourage researchers from all fields to submit their datasets and be part of this exciting track. This track serves as a venue for high-quality publications on highly valuable images and videos datasets and benchmarks, as well as a forum for discussions on how to improve dataset development.

Submissions to the track will be part of the main ICIP conference, presented alongside the main conference papers. Accepted papers will be officially published in the ICIP proceedings and follow the same deadlines as regular papers. Make sure you choose the “Submit to Datasets and Benchmarks Track” button on the paper submission site.