========== Call for Proposals to Host ICDAR 2019 ==========
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DOCUMENT ANALYSIS AND RECOGNITION (ICDAR)
CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO HOST ICDAR2019
Deadline: June 15, 2015
Submission Method: email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The ICDAR Advisory Board is seeking proposals to host the 15th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, to be held in 2019 (ICDAR2019).
ICDAR is the premier IAPR event in the field of Document Analysis and Recognition with 300 to 500 participants. The aim of this conference is to bring together international experts to share their experiences and to promote research and development in all areas of Document Analysis and Recognition.
Any consortium interested in making a proposal to host an ICDAR should first familiarise themselves with the “Guidelines for Organizing and Bidding to Host ICDAR” document which is available on the TC10 and TC11 websites (www.iapr-tc10.org and www.iapr-tc11.org, respectively).
A link to the most current version of the guidelines appears below: http://www.iapr-tc11.org/
The submission of a bid implies full agreement with the rules and procedures outlined in that document.
The submitted proposal must define clearly the items specified in the guidelines (Section 5.2).
It has been the tradition that the location of ICDAR conferences follows a rotating schedule among different continents. Hence, proposals from America are encouraged.
However, high quality bids from other locations, for example, from countries where we have had no ICDAR before, will also be considered.
Proposals will be examined by the ICDAR Advisory Board.
Proposals should be emailed to Prof. Koichi Kise at
by June 15, 2015
ICDAR Advisory Board
Prof. Koichi Kise (Chair, TC11)
Prof. Rafael Dueire Lins (Chair, TC10)
Prof. Dan Lopresti (Chair, C&M)
Prof. Jean-Marc Ogier
Prof. Josep Llados
Prof. Simone Marinai
Porf. Cheng-Lin Liu