Imaging Systems for GI Endoscopy

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Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death all over the world, with almost two million new cases in 2020, worldwide. Early detection is of paramount importance in detecting cancer at an early stage, due to a 5-year survival rate close to 100% at stage I, and below 10%, at stage IV. Traditional colonoscopy remains the gold standard procedure because of its dual capability to optically inspect the colonic mucosa and to remove polyps, because they may eventually become cancer. In the last decades, new technologies have supported clinical decisions with AI and ML algorithms playing an important role in this process.

This workshop focuses on novel scientific contributions to vision systems, imaging algorithms as well as the autonomous system for endorobot for GI endoscopy. This includes lesion and lumen detection, as well as 3D reconstruction of the GI tract and hand-eye coordination. Applications include but are not limited to wireless capsule endoscopy, standard optical colonoscopy, as well as endorobots for endoscopy. Contributions should demonstrate potential clinical benefits describing current stage, development path and challenges to overcome before translation into clinical practice.

Important Dates

Event Date
Paper Submission Due June 25, 2022 July 15, 2022 23:59 Pacific Time
Notification of Paper Decisions July 16, 2022 23:59 Pacific Time
Camera Ready Papers Due July 30, 2022 23:59 Pacific Time
Workshop Proceedings Due August 6, 2022 23:59 Pacific Time
Workshop Date September 18, 2022


If you have a query relating to ISGIE 2022 workshop, please contact us by e-mail at l.manfredi@dundee.ac.uk.