ICIP 2021 Registration

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If you have already registered and know your confirmation number and password, click the button below to add items to your existing registration record. Please note, this cannot be used to register an additional person to ICIP 2021, but add-on items to an existing registration only.

If you have not yet registered for ICIP 2021, select your membership category below, then click the Continue Registration button, below.

Registration Fees

ICIP 2021 Registration Fee Schedule
Select your IEEE Membership category, Country, and Attendance Choice.
Country is required.
Author registration deadline has passed, and author registration is closed.
Virtual Non-Author Registration Regular Rate

Each virtual registration includes access to the virtual conference including the technical sessions, exhibits, and one copy of the electronic proceedings.

USD $100
USD $125
USD $150
USD $25
USD $40
USD $50
USD $25
Attendees from low income economies will receive an automatic discounted rate when registering. Low Income Economy Countries are defined by the World Bank. View country list.
Items and Events are listed below for information. Actual selection of these items and events is performed on subsequent screens.
Virtual Tutorials
Price is per-tutorial
Regular USD $25
Student Free
Low-Income Countries Free
Sunday, September 19, 09:00 - 16:00 Alaska Daylight Time (AKDT), UTC -8
Tutorial TUT-1: Machine Learning meets Computational Imaging: Artificial Intelligence for Earth Observation
Sunday, September 19, 09:00 - 12:00 Alaska Daylight Time (AKDT), UTC -8
Tutorial TUT-2: Advances in Multimedia Streaming: Algorithms, Standards and Optimization Techniques
Tutorial TUT-3: Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease on Positron Emission Tomography Brain Images using Image Processing and Machine Learning Techniques
Tutorial TUT-4: Deep Learning for Image/Video Restoration and Compression
Tutorial TUT-5: General Adaptive Neighborhood Image Processing and Analysis
Tutorial TUT-6: Intelligent Video Surveillance Systems
Tutorial TUT-7: Person Re-Identification: Overview, Recent Works and Current Challenges
Tutorial TUT-8: Screen Content Coding in Recently Developed Video Coding Standards
Sunday, September 19, 13:00 - 16:00 Alaska Daylight Time (AKDT), UTC -8
Tutorial TUT-9: Internet of Video Things and Applications
Tutorial TUT-10: Learning-based Point Cloud Processing and Coding
Tutorial TUT-11: New-Generation Neural Networks and Applications
Tutorial TUT-12: Recent Progress on Visual Object Detection and Segmentation
Tutorial TUT-13: Towards Green Machine Learning: Theory and Applications
Tutorial TUT-14: Versatile Video Coding – Open Optimized Implementations
Conference Events
Dates and times for events listed here are subject to change.
Signal Processing Society Events
Video & Image Processing Cup Competition
Support SPS Students and watch the final three teams compete for the grand prize in the VIP Cup competition! Note: This registration is only to attend the event, not to compete. Competition details can be found on the VIP Cup page.
Sunday, 19 September, 14:00 - 18:00 Free
Young Professionals Networking Event Monday, 20 September, 18:00 – 20:00 Free
Student Job Fair, Application Required
Admission to the Student Career Luncheon is on an application basis. Students and new graduates are encouraged to submit an application for consideration. Companies are asked to consider sponsoring the event to recruit new talent. Check your registration confirmation email for instructions to upload your documents. Interested attendees and company representatives can find more information on the Student Job Fair website.
Monday, 20 September, 12:30 – 15:30 Free
Women in Signal Processing Event Tuesday, 21 September, 12:30 – 14:30 Free
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If you have any questions about registering, please contact the ICIP registrar at +1-979-846-6800 or by email to registration@2021.ieeeicip.org.

Linking of Accepted Papers to Registration Record

Each accepted paper must be covered by at least ONE full member/non-member registration by 22 July 2021, and one registration can cover up to four papers. Please enter the paper ID(s) of the paper(s) you will cover with your full member or non-member registration here.

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