Welcome to ICOIP 2018 · Poitiers, France

2018 3rd International Conference on Opto-Electronic Information Processing (ICOIP 2018) will be held during September 24-27, 2018 in Poitiers, France. It’s the workshop of 2018 4th International Conference on Frontiers of Signal Processing (ICFSP 2018). They will be held jointly with Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems (ACIVS 2018). You have free access to ACIVS 2018 conference after registration.

Last year, ICOIP was in Singapore and it’s co-supported by IEEE and OSA. It aims to be the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advancements in the fields of Opto-Electronic Information Processing. Its mission is to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Opto-Electronic Information Processing related techniques.

ICOIP 2018 will feature keynote speakers as well as peer-reviewed paper presentations.The conference is completely open (one needs to register first), you will not have to be an author or a discussant to attend.

Publication

All accepted papers after proper registration and presentation, will be published in ICFSP 2018 conference proceedings as a special chapter, which will be indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus.

Submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated by 2-3 reviewers, based on originality, relevance to conference, contributions, and presentation.

The proceedings of ICOIP 2016 has been indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus already.

ICOIP 2017 conference proceedings has been included into IEEE Xplore and indexed by EI Compendex and Scopus.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline
July 30, 2018 August 15, 2018
Notification of Review Result Before August 20, 2018
Registration Deadline Before September 1, 2018
Conference Period September 24-27, 2018

Conference Formatting Templat (MS. Word)

One registration covers 5 pages including tables, figures and references; additional pages will be charged.

 

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News Update

31-July – 2018.

The submission deadline has been extended till August 15, 2018. The last chance!

18-Apr.-2018.

(System Maintenance Notice) If you cannot submit via the system, please submit the paper via email: icoip_secretary@163.com

12-Apr.-2018. Good News!
The conference venue is located in the centre of Poitiers (Espace Mendès France, Jean-Jaurès street in Poitiers), 15 minutes from the airport, there are taxis as well. To Check the location via Google Map Information

 

29-Mar-2018. Good News!
Welcome to share ICOIP 2018 with more people. Thanks for your great supports.

 

23-Dec-2017. Good News!
ICOIP 2017 conference proceedings has been indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus. Read More

 

12-Dec-2017. Good News!
ICOIP 2018 starts to call for papers. Please refer to the Topics

 

10-Dec-2017. Good News!
Welcome to participate ICOIP 2018 (workshop of ICFSP 2018) which will be held in Poitiers, France during September 24-27, 2018.

 

12-9-2017. Good News!
ICOIP 2017 conference proceedings has been included into IEEE Xplore. read more

 

10-7-2017. ICOIP 2017 was successfully held in Singapore! Thanks all!

 

22-12-2016. The ICOIP 2017 has been listed in Sciencemeeting Online, which is administrated by Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. Click.

15-12-2016. The ICOIP 2017 has been listed in the official conference list of IEEE. Click

 

28-11-2016. The proceedings of ICOIP 2016 has been indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus.

 

5-8-2016. Papers of ICOIP 2016 can be found in IEEE Xplore (Click)

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Committees

ICOIP 2018 is the workshop of ICFSP 2018. This page is in sync with ICFSP 2018

Conference Chairs
Prof. Jacques Blanc-Talon, Université Paris XI, France
Prof. Krzysztof Szczypiorski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Conference Co-Chair
Prof. Mounir Ghogho, University of Leeds, UK

Program Chairs
Prof. Gouenou Coatrieux, Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom Bretagne, INSERM UMR1101 LaTIM, France
Prof. Marek Kurzynski, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Assoc. Prof. Siamak Khatibi, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

Technical Committee
Prof. Oleg Chernoyarov, National Research University “MPEI”, Russia
Prof. Faouzi Soltani,Université des Frères Mentouri, Constantine, Algeria
Prof. Mohamad Yusoff Alias,Multimedia University, Malaysia
Miao Yu,University of Lincoln, UK
Asst. Prof. Paulo Gil, Coimbra University, Portugal
Dr Ruksar Fatima, KBN College of Engineering, India
Dr. Alessandro Niccolai,Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Energia, Italy
Assoc.Prof. R Vasanth Kumar Mehta. SCSVMV University, India
Assoc. Prof. Juan Avalo, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
Prof. Alexandru Adriana, National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics, Romania
Asst. Prof. Mohamed anouar Ben messaoud,University of Tunis El Manar, National School of Engineers of Tunis, Tunisia
Assoc. ProfThouraya Merazi-Meksen,USTHB, Algeria
Asst. Prof. Faouzi Benzarti,ENIT, Tunisia
Dr. herif ghazel, Ecole nationale des sciences informatiques, Tunisia
Dr. R. N. Farah, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Selangor, Malaysia
Dr. Alessandro Niccolai,Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Energia, Italy

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Call for Papers

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

• Electric energy processing
• Electromagnetic and photonics
• Electro-optical phenomena of semiconductors
• Power electronics and energy systems
• Signal processing
• Techniques of laser and applications Of electro-optics
• Simulation of propagation
• Circuits, devices and systems
• Smart grid and circuit
• Signal and multimedia processing
• Computers, software and applications
• Ocean engineering and marine technology
• Computers, software and applications
• Biomedical electronics and bioinformatics
• Communication engineering
• Electronics and electrical engineering
• Computer science applications
• Nano electro mechanical System
• Photonics and optoelectronics
• Networking, communication and multimedia
• Information engineering
• Wireless/Mobile communication and computing
• Software specification and software assurance
• Analysis of power quality and system stability
• Assembly and packaging
• Analog circuits and digital circuits
• Antenna and propagation
• Battery management system
• Circuits and electronics
• Computer relaying integrated optics and electro-optics devices
• Microwave theory and techniques
• Microwave and millimeter
• Modulation, coding, and channel analysis
• Power electronics
• Remote control and techniques of GPS
• Robotics and atomization engineering
• Signal integrity design for high-speed digital systems
• Solar power generation
• Wind power generation
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Keynote Speakers on ICOIP 2018

Prof. Jacques Blanc-Talon, Université Paris XI, France

Jacques Blanc-Talon received the Ph.D. degree from Paris XI (Orsay) University in 1991. After a postdoc during 1991-1992 at the CSIRO of Canberra, Australia, he joined the Ministry ofDefence procurement agency (DGA) in France. He worked as department Scientific Manager, Head of the “Information Engineering and Robotics” scientific domain at the DGA/MRIS and is currently with the Integrated Navigation Systems department.

Over the years, he has conducted and supervised more than 50 industrial and research contracts. He was the French Delegate of several NATO Groups and of the Horizon 2020 Security ResearchProgramme Committee.

J. Blanc-Talon has conducted the review of around 400 Ph.D. and postdoc grant applications, has participated in more than 80defencejurys and has supervised some 40 Ph.D. students. He was author or co-author of about 90 scientific papers and the editor or co-editor of 17 books and special issues of international journals. He served as Associate Editor for IOS Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering from 2000 to 2006, and IEEE TIP from 2005 to 2008; he was a reviewer for IEEE PAMI, IEE Electronics Letters, SIAM on Applied Mathematics and IAPR Pattern Recognition. He has been involved in the organization of about 100 international conferences.

J. Blanc-Talon was with the SEE (Société desElectriciens et Electroniciens) and the Australian Computing Society (ACS). He received the Outstanding Paper Award from the SCS in 1993; he was promoted “Officier del’ordre des Palmes Académiques” in 2017, and IEEE Senior Member in 2015. He served the IEEE Chapter Chair for the French Signal Processing Chapter for 14 years.

Prof. Gouenou Coatrieux
Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom Bretagne, INSERM UMR1101 LaTIM, France

He received the Ph.D. degree in signal processing and telecommunication from the University of Rennes I, Rennes, France, in collaboration with the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris, France, in 2002. His research is conducted in the LaTIM Laboratory, INSERM U1101, Brest. He is currently a full professor with the Information and Image Processing Department, Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom Bretagne, Brest, France. He conducts his research in the Laboratory of Medical Information Processing, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale, Brest. He is also the head of the joint laboratory SePEMeD (Security and Processing of Externalized Medical Image Data). His primary research interests concern watermarking (images and databases), crypto-watermarking, secure processing of outsourced data, information system security, digital forensics with a special interest for the medical field. Prof. Coatrieux is an Associate Editor of the IEEE JOURNAL ON BIOMEDICAL AND HEALTH INFORMATICS, Digital Signal Processing, and Innovation and Research in BioMedical Engineering. He is a member of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering “Global Citizen Safety and Security Working Group” and the European Federation for Medical Informatics “Security, Safety, and Ethics Working Group,” and has contributed to the Technical Committee of “Information Technology for Health” of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.

Speech Title: Crypto-Watermarking in the medical field
Abstract:
Advances in information and communication technologies provide new means to access, share, duplicate and manipulate medical data. But if daily medical practices take advantage of such an evolution, this facility to handle data also compromises their security. In this talk, we will focus on the security of multimedia digital contents in medical information systems and how they can be secured by means of the watermarking and crypto-watermarking technologies. These technologies can advantageously complete existing measures for protecting medical data (e.g. access control, traceability tools) through the insertion of messages/watermarks into data (e.g. images, medical record databases) these ones being encrypted or not. Depending on the relationships between the watermark and the data, watermarking can serve different security services within a medical information system. However, the deployment of such a solution is not free of constraints. In this lecture, we will expose: i) the complementary role of watermarking and crypto-watermarking with existing security tools in medical information systems; ii) different watermarking modulations for medical data and their combination with encryption mechanisms.

 

Assoc. Prof. Siamak Khatibi, Blekinge Institute of Technology,Sweden

Siamak khatibi received the M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1993, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1999. He is currently an associate professor in computer science at Blekinge Institute of technology, Karlskrona, Sweden. His research team is conducting leading-edge research in advanced computer vision with special focus on image sensor, 3D reconstruction and image/video-based scene understanding. His team has been developing novel reconstruction methods for a variety of data types from singular single image data to spatial-temporal big data resources. The research of the team has led to several innovations for industrial applications. Semantic content awareness of streaming data and implementing bio-inspired methodologies have been other research areas. These ideas have been implemented in many applications for detection, classification, analysis and defining new image/video quality metrics.
Speech Title: Virtual Deformable Image Sensors
Abstract:
In recent years, the performance of digital cameras has improved drastically due to increase of resolution of the image sensors achieved by reducing the pixel size. However, the smaller pixel size results to lower dynamic range, lower signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and lower fill factor, indicating that by reducing the pixel size the image quality is reduced. Moreover, the optical diffraction limit; which is a constraint by the aperture of optical elements, makes it impossible to physically reduce the pixel size less than according to Rayleigh criterion, where is the wavelength of light, is the focal length of lens, and is the aperture diameter. Anatomical and physiological studies indicate that our visual quality-related issues, such as high contrast sensitivity, high SNR, and optimal sampling are related directly to the form and arrangement of the sensors in the visual system, which have a significant role in optimizing the visual acuity.

Inspired by the visual system, in our recent research we have proposed a general framework towards a virtual deformable image sensor in which grid, pixel and the gap (i.e., the empty space among pixels) can change their form and size. This facilitates application-based configuration of grid, pixel, and gap on the image sensor. In the core framework, we use the idea of modelling the incident photons onto the sensor surface.

 

 

Jedrzej Bieniasz
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

He is to present the research work of Prof. Krzysztof Szczypiorski
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Jedrzej Bieniasz is a researcher and a full-time project associate at Institute of Telecommunications (IT), Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), Poland. He collaborates in projects on digital forensics and network security systems. He pursues the PhD degree in Computer Sciences’ at IT, WUT under supervision of Professor Krzysztof Szczypiorski. In last few years he gained the experience on the contact between research and industry He started from industrial research with reaching the leading position in the R&D team in cybersecurity startup. His main area of interest is to develop new defensive network cyber security solutions. He tries to find new methods of phenomenon observation to detect unknown cyber threats.

Speech Title: Towards Empowering Security of Cyberspace – Insight from the Field
Abstract: Looking at development of our computing systems we see two directions:
– cloud computing (centralized model), which is extensively developed and widely applied in last years
– Internet of Things with deployment of smart and interconnected devices, for example mobile phones, wearables, sensors, power grids etc. could overgrow 50 billion units by 2020.
It ultimately triggers a need for defining a new paradigms of computing. One of the most important ideas is fog computing that complement the centralized cloud computing. Furthermore, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) went further with unification of the description of computing systems. They defined a whole new framework called cyber-physical systems (CPS) and IoT could be considered as the implementation of CPS. Could the fog computing be considered as as a network and data security mechanism? We would investigate the trend in security of utilizing the dispersion of data between multiple carriers creating a kind of fog of data. It could be assumpted that if an adversary compromises the system it could take only a part of the them and it would be useless. We would consider a design of a new system in which security would be implemented by applying steganographic methods of StegHash and SocialStegDisc proposed in last two years of research at Warsaw University of Technology with fulfilling the requirements of cyberfog security approach.
The advances of network and digital steganography would be presented as the introduction for the second topic of analysis and detection of such systems. This field has a cure a extensive looking for the best and the only one detection method. Is this the right approach? We would try to look at the main promising directions and discuss its limitations. This would be concluded with the idea of combining many single algorithms and transformations into bigger pipelines of processing from data to anomalies to classifications and predictions of cyber threats. As the final topic we focus on providing security by revisiting formal modelling approach with the question is any universal model of communicating protocol exists? We look on protocol engineering and designing with taking into account network steganography as another type of such protocol.

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