IAPR TC11 Newsletter 2022 06

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June, 2022

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  • Message from the Editor
  • Dates and Deadlines
    • Deadlines
    • Upcoming Conferences and Events
  • Conferences
    • ICFHR 2022: Final Call for Papers
  • Datasets
    • TC11 Datasets Repository *(repost)*

Dear TC11 members,

Please find below the last call for papers for the International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR 2022), which will take place from December 4-7 in Hyderabad, India. Note that for authors who may not be able to travel due to COVID related issues, remote presentation at the conference will be possible. The deadline for paper submission is July 10 (final extension).

Andreas Fischer, TC11 Communications Officer
( andreas.fischer@hefr.ch )

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Upcoming Conferences and Events


  • ICPR 2022. Montreal, Canada (August 21-25, 2022)
  • ICFHR 2022. Hyderabad, India (December 4-7, 2022)

2023 and Later

  • ICDAR 2023. San José, USA (August, 2023)
  • ICDAR 2024. Athens, Greece (September, 2024)

ICFHR 2022: Final Call for Papers

December 4-7, 2022, Hyderabad, India
Website: http://icfhr2022.org

The International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR) brings together experts from academia and industry in this field to share their experiences and promote research and development in all aspects of handwriting recognition and its applications.

ICFHR 2022 is planned to be a physical conference held at Hyderabad, India. For authors who may not be able to travel due to COVID related issues, remote presentation at the conference will be possible.

Important Dates:

July 10 (23:59 AoE) - Paper abstract submission (extended-final)
July 10 (23:59 AoE) - Full paper submission (extended-final)
August 21 - Author notifications
September 16 (23:59 AoE) - Camera-ready papers due

Topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:

  • Handwriting Recognition
  • Cursive Script Recognition
  • Symbol, Equation, Sketch and Drawing Recognition
  • Handwritten Document Processing and Understanding
  • Language Models in Handwriting Recognition
  • Web-Based Applications
  • Handwritten Databases and Digital Libraries
  • Information Extraction & Retrieval
  • Signature Recognition and Verification
  • Recognition of Handwritten Graphical Documents
  • Document Characterization
  • Layout Analysis
  • Form Processing
  • Word Spotting
  • Bank-Check Processing
  • Historical Document Processing
  • Forensic Studies and Security Issues
  • Writer Verification and Identification
  • Metrics and Evaluation
  • Electronic Ink and Pen-Based Systems
  • Other Offline and Online Applications
  • Writing in the Air

Submission Guidelines

Papers accepted for the conference will be allocated up to 15 pages in the proceedings, including references. Submissions are expected to be 12-15 pages long.

ICFHR 2022 will follow a double-blind review process. Authors should not include their names or affiliations anywhere in the manuscript. Authors should also ensure that their identity is not revealed indirectly by citing their previous work in the third person and should omit acknowledgements until the camera‐ready version. Reviewer names will also not be visible to authors.

Authors should submit papers for ICFHR 2022 via the EasyChair Conference System. Please follow the instructions on the submission website carefully to ensure that your paper is submitted correctly.

The submission link is: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icfhr2022

Papers should be formatted according to the instructions and style files provided by Springer Overleaf Template.

If you encounter any problem during the paper submission process and cannot resolve it, please contact the Program Chairs:

TC11 Datasets Repository (repost)

TC11 maintains a collection of datasets that can be found online in the TC11 Datasets Repository.

If you have new datasets (e.g., from competitions) that you wish to share with the research community, please use the online upload form. For questions and support, please contact the TC11 Dataset Curator (contact information is below).

Joseph Chazalon (TC11 Dataset Curator)
( joseph.chazalon@lrde.epita.fr )

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