Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research of theoretical or practical significance in one of the topics listed below. Papers should not exceed 15 pages for long papers and 8 pages for short papers in LNCS style. Papers must be labeled as either long or short and prepared using LaTeX/LaTeX2e with the style file available here. For paper submission, visit Easychair Submission Link. If the authors feel that more details are essential to substantiate the main claim of the paper, then they may include a clearly marked appendix that will be read at the discretion of the program committee. Only electronic submission will be allowed. Submitted papers must describe work not previously published. They must not be submitted simultaneously to another conference with refereed proceedings or to a journal.


  1. Combinatorial problems in the discrete space related to computer vision, computer graphics, image processing, and image analysis
  2. Digital geometry, discrete geometry, discrete topology, digitization schemes, metrics in the discrete space
  3. Discrete curves and surfaces, lattice polygons and polytopes, tilings and patterns, combinatorial pattern matching
  4. Geometric transforms, image mappings, distance transformation, skeletons and medial axis
  5. Discrete object representation, characterization, recognition, and analysis
  6. Discrete tomography
  7. Grammars and models for image understanding
  8. Mathematical morphology and its applications to digital imaging
  9. Fuzzy and stochastic image analysis
  10. Integer programming, linear programming, and computational geometry for image analysis
  11. Embedded systems, parallel architectures and algorithms for image processing and analysis
  12. Combinatorial and geometric techniques for computational imaging in various fields of science and engineering, including physics and astronomy, computers and informatics, robotics, medicine and medical imaging, computational biology, biometrics, defense and security.


The proceedings of accepted papers will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science by Springer-Verlag as in the previous years.