ISBI Anatomy Workshop
Paper submission deadline is March 30th!
Online Leaderboard for participant results
The Anatomy Grand Challenge Workshop will be held at the ISBI 2015.
The results of two VISCERAL Benchmarks will be presented and discussed at this workshop. For specific details on the participation process for each benchmark see the benchmark pages
|February 20th 2015 (Friday)||Abstract submission deadline|
|February 27th 2015 (Friday)||Notification of acceptance|
|March 30th 2015 (Monday)
||Leaderboard snapshot and camera-ready submission deadline.|
|April 16th 2015 (Thursday)||Anatomy Grand Challenge Workshop at ISBI|
Follow this link for PAPER SUBMISSION
CEUR online proceedings will be published with those papers contributed to the workshop, participating in either of the benchmarks. To be placed in such proceedings and to have a presentation slot during the challenge session, the participants need to follow the two-stage submission procedure below:
• Initial Submission: For the challenge participation, a single-blind review process will be applied. Initial submission requires a max. 2000-characters abstract submitted through our challenge submission page.
• Final Submission: This is the PDF submission of the 2-to-5 pages contributions explaining the methodology and the results. It will be submitted at the same submission page above, using the following one-column paper format:
Formatting Sample: ISBI2015_Visceral_Sample
Latex Template: ISBI2015_Visceral_Template
( Participants may also prepare their submissions in Word or other programs, by following the fomratting sample above,as templates for those are not provided here. )
Additional notes on copyright for the submitted material: For the proceedings copyright, the ceur-ws policy will apply. In particular, the copyright and any similar right for the material in the author contributions for the (online) published proceedings remain with the papers' authors. So, the participants entirely keep the copyright of their content, and give only a non-exclusive license to us to publish their papers as a collection in a proceedings volume, the copyright of which as a whole is held by the proceedings editors. Nevertheless, the authors should make sure that their content does not infringe any copyright laws, such as its copyright has not already been transferred exclusively to a third-party.