As usual, the audience voted for CLIP’s best paper at the end of all presentations. This year, the Best Paper of CLIP 2023 has been awarded to:
Automated Orientation and Registration of Cone-Beam Computed Tomography scans
Luc Anchling, Nathan Hutin, Yanjie Huang, Selene Barone, Sophie Roberts, Felicia Miranda, Marcela Gurgel, Najla Al Turkestani, Sara Tinawi, Jonas Bianchi, Marilia Yatabe, Antonio Ruellas, Juan Carlos Prieto, Lucia Cevidanes
The proceedings book is electronically available on the Springer website.
See here for more information.
CLIP workshop will be held at the Vancouver Convention Center East Building Level 1 at Meeting Room 4.
The proceedings book of CLIP 2023 has gone into production. It will be published under LNCS 14242. This volume will contain the joint publications of CLIP as well as FAIMI and EPIMI 2023 workshops.
The volume is planned to be available on Springerlink on October 7, 2023. A free access for a period of 4 weeks will be arranged for.
The agenda for our CLIP workshop to take place in the afternoon on October 12 is online.
Congratulations to all authors having a paper accepted for CLIP 2023!
Please read the acceptance e-mail carefully whether your paper has been accepted as full paper (10 pages) or short paper (8 pages). Due to several requests, the deadline for camera-ready papers has been extended for one week.
In order to come to a final decision which papers to accept we had to do an additional review round. This will be finished today, and reviews will be sent out afterwards.
Due to the extension of the submission deadline the notification of the review results will be delayed approx. one week.
Many thanks to all authors who submitted a paper for CLIP 2023! Currently, these submissions are being reviewed. The notification of the review results is scheduled for the coming weekend.
We have decided for a second, final extension of the submission deadline: Wednesday, July 5.