The 27th international conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging (IPMI), June 27th – July 2nd at Bornholm, Denmark
The 27th international conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging (IPMI) will be held in Rønne at the island of Bornholm in Denmark from Sunday June 27th to Friday July 2nd, 2021. The IPMI conference series focuses on novel developments in the acquisition, formation, analysis and display of medical images. IPMI places the highest importance on high-quality submissions coupled with presentations and thorough discussions of the presented contributions. IPMI 2021 will continue the scientific focus and traditions established in 26 prior conferences over the last 50 years.
- November 2020: The IPMI 2021 CMT site is open for submissions, see submission instructions.
- October 2020: See updated information regarding COVID-19 and IPMI below.
- October 2020: The Otto Mønsted foundation https://omfonden.dk has decided to support IPMI 2021 financially. We are extremely grateful for the generous support from the foundation.
- September 2020: We are excited to announce Danish translational neurobiologist and clinical neurologist Gitte Moos Knudsen as a keynote speaker at IPMI. Professor Knudsen is leading the Center for Experimental Medicine Neuropharmacology (NeuroPharm) at the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, director of the Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging (Cimbi), director of the Center for Experimental Medicine Neuropharmacology (NeuroPharm), and PI of the strategic alliance BrainDrugs.
- July 2020: The Carlsberg foundation has granted support for IPMI 2021 allowing us to support the participation of outstanding young postdocs and PhD students at the conference.
- 07/01/2020: IPMI 2021 is featured in the July 2020 issue of Computer Vision News.
Call for Papers
The IPMI 2021 call for papers is now online.
COVID-19 and IPMI
While we sincerely hope that the corona virus pandemic is under control well before IPMI 2021, the current situation requires planning for travel restrictions still being in place, or possibly that the pandemic will prevent a physical conference entirely. We are planning a hybrid meeting with possibility for either physical or online attendance. We expect that the limited number of attendees for IPMI will allow such a format to work well, making for an interesting and enjoyable meeting for both physical and online attendees. We will actively use e.g. discussion groups to facilite interaction given such a format. Should no physical presence be possible, IPMI will be fully virtual. Importantly, in either case, this implies that proceedings with accepted papers will still be published. We continue to monitor the situation as the conference comes closer. Any updates will be published on the website www.ipmi2021.org.