International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

and Machine Learning Research

CAIMLR 2024 | Singapore | September 28-29, 2024


CAIMLR | 新加坡 | 2024年9月28-29日

Call for Papers


* June 21, 2024: Abstract submission (required to submit a full paper).
July 26, 2024: Full papers due.
August 31, 2024: Notification of acceptance.
September 15, 2024: Final camera-ready papers due.
September 28-29, 2024: CAIMLR 2024 Singapore.


    CAIMLR 2024 welcomes submissions that explore the expansive and transformative potential of Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Track 1. Image Processing

-AI-Enhanced Image Analysis.
-Optical Image Processing.
-Machine Learning for Image Reconstruction.
-Deep Learning in Image Classification and Annotation.
-Digital Signal Processing.
-Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging.
-Image Processing for Optical Communications.
-Biomedical Image Analysis.
-Image Enhancement and Restoration.
-Image Classification and Transformation.
-Object Detection and Segmentation.

Track 2. Artificial Intelligence

-Artificial Intelligence Algorithms.
-AI-driven Simulation and Modeling.
-AI for Complex Image Understanding.
-AI in Optical System Design and Optimization.
-Neural Networks and Complex Systems.
-Hybrid Intelligent Systems.
-AI-assisted Image Quality Assessment.
-AI in Healthcare and Biomedical Applications.
-Neural Networks in AI Applications.
-AI-driven Smart Cities and Urban Planning.
-Ethics in AI and Automation.

Track 3. Machine Learning

-Machine Learning Techniques for Big Data Analytics.
-Reinforcement Learning and Autonomous Systems.
-Supervised Learning Algorithms and Applications.
-Natural Language Processing.
-Speech and Natural Language Processing.
-Computational Theories of Learning.
-Transfer Learning in Image Processing.
-ML in Healthcare and Biomedical Applications.
-AI and Machine Learning for Signal Processing.
-ML for Optical Data Analysis.
-ML for Image Generation and Synthesis.

SUBMISSION guidelines:

1. Manuscripts should be original, unpublished work and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Please submit your abstract and full paper through our online submission system by the specified deadlines.
Ensure your paper aligns with one of the conference tracks and adheres to the formatting guidelines provided.

‼️All paper submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed by two or three reviewers and evaluated based on originality, research content, correctness, relevance to conference and readability. Accepted and presented papers will be published by SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, and submitted to El Compendex and Scopus for possible indexing.

Please refer to the Submission Page for specific submission requirements and formatting guidelines.

Submit to CAIMLR using Microsoft CMT system here.

Manuscript Preparation Guidelines:

1. Title and Author Information: This section should include the Paper Title, Names of all the Authors with their full institutional mailing addresses, and email addresses.
2. Abstract: A citation-free abstract must be included in the manuscript, which should not exceed 400 words.
3. Introduction: The introduction should be concise and present sufficient motivation behind the topic under study.
4. Materials and Methods: This section should describe in detail the procedures adopted in the study. It may be divided into subsections for better structuring, in case there are multiple methods.
5. Results and Discussion: The results of the study should be presented in this section and may be divided into subsections.
6. Conclusions: This section should concisely and clearly explain the main conclusions of the study, highlighting its importance and relevance.
7. Acknowledgments: If any, acknowledgments can be included before the references and may include supporting grants, funding agencies, and so on.
8. References: It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that each cited reference is complete and accurate.
9. Figures: All the figures must be prepared with high resolution and embedded within the PDF/WORD file. Authors are supposed to embed all figures and tables in the manuscript's PDF/WORD file. However, authors may be asked to provide the source files of the figures if needed.
Preparation of Tables: Tables should be created using manuscript preparation software (e.g. MS-Word, LaTeX) and cited within the text. Each table should have a table number and descriptive title.
11. Copyright: The conference papers are copyrighted by the publishing house.
12. Disclosure Policy: Authors must disclose any possible conflict of interest in their manuscript.