Dear VCIP2022 attendees,
Due to the current situation on COVID-19 in SuZhou, China, we regret to change the conference from hybrid to an all-virtual conference. The organization committee has tried very hard to maintain on-site presence, but unfortunately, we have come to realize that on-site mode is not possible anymore. We understand that many people including organization committee members have been looking forward to in-person interactions and this decision will disappoint many of you. We encourage everyone to attend the conference remotely and engage in remote interactions with other researchers. Please check the conference website (VCIP 2022 - IEEE International Conference on Visual Communications and Image Processing 2022
) on the updated conference program and remote presentation and attendance instructions. In addition, we will refund some of the registration fees to those on-site and paper registrations. The exact amount will be decided shortly.
Thank you very much for your strong support to VCIP2022! We look forward to seeing everyone remotely at VCIP2022 next week!
VCIP2022 Organization Committee
The conference booklet is available now! (PDF)
The background of our conference can be download here.
Oral presentation video upload deadline is 12/1/2022 (instruction)
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Mihaela van der Schaar
University of Cambridge
JD Explore Academy
The IEEE Visual Communications and Image Processing (VCIP) Conference, sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, will be held in Suzhou, China, during December 13 – 16, 2022. VCIP is the oldest conference in the field and one of the flagship conferences of the IEEE CAS Visual Signal Processing and Communications. Since 1986 VCIP has served as a premier forum for the exchange of fundamental and applied research in the field of visual communications and image processing.
VCIP has a long tradition in showcasing pioneering technologies in visual communication and processing, and many landmark papers first appeared in VCIP. VCIP 2022 will carry on this tradition of VCIP in disseminating the state of art of visual communication technology, brainstorming and envisioning the future of visual communication technology and applications. The main theme would be new media, including VR, point cloud capture and playback, and new visual processing tools including deep learning for intelligence distilling in visual information pre- and post-processing such as de-blurring, super resolution, 3D understanding, and content based image enhancement. High quality papers will be recommended to TCSVT for journal extension!
The topics in VCIP 2022 will cover but not limited to the following items