15th International Conference on
Pattern Recognition and Information Processing

21 -24 September 2021 • online

Since its first edition in 1991, the PRIP has been the place for scientists, researchers, and engineers to come together and discuss the basic and applied science in the field of pattern recognition and information processing, the latest developments in machine learning, computer vision. UIIP NASB, BSUIR, and BSU were perfect venues to meet colleagues to exchange up-to-date technical knowledge, new ideas, and experience. In these challenging times, when physical meetings are poorly-possible, we have decided that PRIP2021 will go online! We will stream sessions which will allow us to reach out to representatives of the wider scientific community including the young generation that would normally not have the means and/or time to physically travel to Minsk.

"Artificial Intelligence: Facing the Challenges"

more about the Motto...

IMPORTANT DATES (final)

  • Paper Submission15 Aug.
  • Acceptance Notification27 Aug.
  • Camera-Ready Submission5 Sept.
  • Registration & Fee Payment12 Sept.
  • PRIP'2021 Launch21 Sept.

Conference Organizers

http://uiip.bas-net.by/
United Institute of Informatics Problems,
NAS Belarus

General Organizer and Hoster

https://www.bsu.by/
Belarusian State
University

Co-organizer

https://www.bsuir.by/
Belarusian State University of
Informatics and Radioelectronics

Co-organizer

Support and Endorsement

https://nasb.gov.by/eng/about/glavnaya/
https://basnet.by/
https://www.geant.org/
https://www.biquants.com/
https://iapr.org/
https://www.springer.com/gp
http://www.aaia-ai.org/
https://prip.by/baiar.html

Conference International Committee

Conference Chairman

Prof. Alexander Tuzikov (Belarus)

Conference Vice-Chairman

Prof. Sergey Ablameyko (Belarus)

Program Committee Co-Chairman / Chief Event Officer

Dr. Alexei Belotserkovsky (Belarus)

Program Committee Co-Chairman

Dr. Marina Lukashevich (Belarus)

Astsatryan, Hrachya (Armenia)
Belokonov, Igor (Russia)
Bogonikolos, Nikos (Greece)
Chemeris, Alexander (Ukraine)
Deserno, Thomas M. (Germany)
Doudkin, Alexander (Belarus)
Dziech, Andrzej (Poland)
Frucci, Maria (Italy)
Gallo, Luigi (Italy)
Golenkov, Vladimir (Belarus)
Golovko, Vladimir (Belarus)
Gurevich, Igor (Russia)
Hiromoto, Robert (USA)
Kharin, Yuriy (Belarus)
Kovalev, Vassili (Belarus)
Krasnoproshin, Viktor (Belarus)
Madani, Kurosh (France)
Marcelli, Angelo (Italy)
Mariage, Jean-Jacques (France)

Nedzved, Alexander (Belarus)
Nystrom, Ingela (Sweden)
Piuri, Vincenzo (Italy)
Roth, Hubert (Germany)
Sachenko, Anatoly (Ukraine)
Sanniti di Baja, Gabriella (Italy)
Shmerko, Vlad (Canada)
Starovoitov, Valery (Belarus)
Subbotin, Sergey (Ukraine)
Tatur, Mikhail (Belarus)
Uchida, Seiichi (Japan)
Yanushkevich, Svetlana (Canada)
Ye, Shiping (China)
Yingke, Xu (China)
Zaitseva, Elena (Slovakia)
Zalesky, Boris (Belarus)
Zalewski, Janusz (USA)
Zhao, Qiangfu (Japan)

Conference Topics

(but not limited to):

  • Machine Learning
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Vision
  • Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems
  • Signal and Image Processing, Pattern Recognition and Applications
  • Information Retrieval and Data Management
  • Digital Information Processing and Communications
  • Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Systems
  • Distributed and Parallel Applications
  • Embedded Systems and Software
  • Knowledge - Based Expert and Decision Support System
  • Grid and Cloud Computing Technologies, Infrastructures

Keynote and Invited Speakers

(to be updated)

Frederic Fol
Leymarie

University of London
(UK)

Towards Creative Robots and AI with a Human Touch

Jos B.T.M.
Roerdink

University of Groningen
(The Netherlands)

Generalisations of Mathematical Morphology and Their Application to the Processing of Scalar, Vector, and Tensor Images
Gabrielian

Andrei
Grabrielian

National Institutes of Health
(USA)

Towards AI-based Diagnosis of Lung Tuberculosis
Mobirise

Henning
Müller

University of Geneva
(Switzerland)

The ExaMode Project for large-scale Multimodal Data Analysis for Decision Support in Histopathology
Axel Mosig

Axel
Mosig

Ruhr-University of Bochum
(Germany)

Molecularly Interpretable Machine Learning for Computational Pathology

 Ruslan
Salakhutdinov

Carnegie Mellon University
(USA)

From Differentiable Reasoning to Self-supervised Embodied Active Learning
Mobirise

Irina
Matthews

GÉANT
(UK)

GÉANT and EaPConnect – Enabling Digital Highways for the Benefit of Scientific, Research and Education Communities Around the World

Hrachya
Astsatryan

IIAP NAS
(Armenia)

Armenian Data Cube: Lessons Learned
Mobirise

Pierre-Philippe
Mathieu
& Φ-lab

ESA
(Italy)

Hybrid Φ-lab presentation:"The Advent of Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications"

Peter
Boers

SURF
(The Netherlands)

SURFnet8 - Evolving from Device Automation to Service Orchestration
Bogonikolos

Nikos
Bogonikolos

ARATOS
(Greece)

Information Processing Towards Business and Marketing Improvements Using Blockchain Technology
Mobirise

Marek
Justyna

PSNC
(Poland)

Image Processing or Machine Learning - What Is Better for the Quality Control of Electronic Components
Mobirise

Juraj
Bilić

CARNET
(Croatia)

Does AI Dream of Electric Sheeps

Vassili
Kovalev

UIIP NASB
(Belarus)

Towards AI-based Diagnosis of Lung Tuberculosis /
AI Panel Discussion

PRIP'2021 Programme

Policy and Paper Submission

RULES OF PARTICIPATION

There are two roles for attendees:
PARTICIPANTS (charged) and LISTENERS (free). 

To beсome a PARTICIPANT you need to register and pay a conference fee. One registration fee covers a maximum of two publications of the same applicant. 
The conference will be held using an online platform, a link to which will be given to the participant after confirmation of payment of the registration fee.

For LISTENERS, the YouTube live stream will be organized with the opportunity to ask questions.

PAPER SUBMISSION POLICY

Papers for the conference (maximum 4 A4 pages) must be submitted electronically via the EasyChair system.
Pre-published papers which are presented at or published at or submitted to any other event or journal/book will not be accepted.
All submissions must be written in English, starting with a brief statement of the problem, the achieved results, their significance, and comparison with previous works (if any), as well as a list of references. The submission should also include the title of the proposed paper, authors’ names, affiliations, addresses, name, e-mail, and topics that best describe the paper.
Submission of papers to the PRIP’2021 is open to all authors from all over the world regardless of their age, sex, nationality, religion, and project membership.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

All submitted papers will be reviewed. After the paper acceptance, the author/s should prepare a camera-ready version to meet all comments and suggestions made by the reviewers. At least one author should attend the conference for the paper presentation.
All accepted papers will be published in Conference Proceedings which be available for download under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Creative Commons License

AFTERWARD PUBLICATION

Selected papers will be invited then for publishing in the series of "Communications in Computer and Information Science" (Springer publishing house) in extended format.

https://www.springer.com/series/7899

Download IEEE template

Submit a paper

registration and fee payment

BYN 75 / 25  External service fee is also charged (approx. €1)
  • Please follow instruction tips in Russian (for CIS countries) or in English
https://bezkassira.by/

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6 Surganova str.

Minsk, Belarus

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