The 23rd Iberoamerican Congress on Pattern Recognition
Madrid, Spain     November 19-22, 2018 Photo

NEW! Please, rename the copyright file [link] with the ID of your paper (e.g. ID178_LNCS_Copyright.pdf for paper with ID178), complete, sign and upload to the following Google Form before November 30, 2018: goo.gl/oBsVRH

Prospective authors are invited to contribute to the conference by electronically submitting full papers in English of no more than 8 pages including illustrations, tables and references. Papers have to be formatted following LNCS style guidelines. Papers will be evaluated based on their originality, quality and significance of theoretical and/or practical contribution to Pattern Recognition. At least one author of each accepted paper must register at the conference. Papers will be selected for oral presentations or poster presentations. Only papers presented at the conference will be included in the proceedings.

Submission information. All submissions will be peer reviewed for originality, technical content and relevance to the theme of this conference. The final acceptance will be based upon double blind peer review of the full-length paper. The submission link is available in easychair:

The papers should be prepared following the instructions from Springer LNCS series (no more than 8 pages including illustrations, tables and references), more information available in:

Proceedings. The proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. During the conference, digital versions of each paper (pdf) will be available in a conference pendrive. The proceedings will be available after the meeting. Springer will take two months two publish the proceedings after the conference. Only papers presented in the conference will be included in the LNCS volume.

Camera-Ready submission. Please, remember to use the templates and add name of authors and affiliations. Error in formatting may cause delays in the publication process of your work. To submit your Camera-Ready, you have to replace your previous version using your Easychair account [link]

Instructions for oral: Papers with oral presentations will have a 17-minute slot for presentation plus 3 minutes for questions. In addition, this year we give the opportunity to papers with oral presentation to also present their work at the poster session of the same day. This is optional but highly recommended to foster the interaction during the conference.

Instructions for Posters

  • Posters should have A0 size in vertical format (841 mm width x 1189 mm height).
  • Each poster has assigned a poster session. You should plan to mount your poster on the morning of your assigned day. Push pins will be available for mounting posters.
  • One of the co-authors must be present at the poster to interact with attendees during the assigned session. So that poster presenters can have a chance to see the other posters presented in their same session, it is permissible to leave your poster for short periods of time, but for no more than a total of 20 minutes. It is not necessary to be at the poster at other times during the conference.

Poster Printing Service: We have arranged for a printing service to print and deliver your posters to the venue. The cost will be 40 euros for a rolled paper version of your poster (A0 color). The registration site will allow you to log back in and pay. Login is located in the upper left corner of the registration site (https://eventos.uam.es/25764/detail/the-23rd-iberoamerican-congress-on-pattern-recognition-ciarp-2018.html). You must use the email employed during the registration. Once logged, you can add Printing Service as a new product.

Please submit posters via email to ciarp18@uam.es with subject "Poster printing service" before November 15th, 2018. Please, be sure that payment was done before deadline in order to confirm it.

Poster must be send in PDF format with the correct size A0 (lower sizes will result in low quality when printing).

Important Dates

UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID
Escuela Politécnica Superior

Biometrics and Data Pattern Analytics
BiDA Lab.