MONAI Talk: Open Source for the Challenges of Medical Imaging AI.

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This year, SIPAIM is co-organizing with the MICCAI clinical workshop

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A joint initiative between MICCAI and SIPAIM

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Submission deadline was extended to July 21 Midnight Pacific Time!


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Under the exceptional circumstances of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the SIPAIM 2020 will be a virtual meeting.

About Conference

Welcome to the SIPAIM Conference

The 16th International Symposium on Medical Information Processing and Analysis will be held in Lima (Peru). As in previous editions, this symposium will bring together researchers from Latin America and around the world to communicate their results, developments and research experience and to promote the creation of technical and scientific collaboration networks. This event is focused on the field of medical images and associated technologies and applications.


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Conference Date

October 3-4, 2020

Papers

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The Proceedings of SIPAIM will be published in the SPIE Digital Library (Indexed in Scopus and other important databases).




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Our Speakers

Keynote speakers



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Panel on Cuban medical response to COVID-19



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SIPAIM - MICCAI

MICCAI 2020


We are excited to announce that the MICCAI and SIPAIM conferences are partnering this year to provide an enhanced experience to members of our joint communities. The common scientific and research expertises of the societies will be an opportunity to strengthen and grow collaborations throughout Latin America and internationally.



SIPAIM participants can now register to MICCAI at MICCAI member cost! All our attendees will receive a code to register to MICCAI at the discounted price.



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SIPAIM Membership


This year there will be a cost of papers, but the membership fee will include free registration to the SIPAIM XVI conference!




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