Submission & publication

Submission Guidelines

We encourage colleagues from either academia or industry in the fields of sensing and imaging as well as related fields to submit and present their theoretical or experimental works at the conference. All submitted manuscripts must be original and have not been published, submitted, or accepted for publication elsewhere. All abstracts/manuscripts should be written in English and prepared with Springer Proceedings templates, and submitted via the conference portal, The final version of the abstracts /manuscripts should be submitted in PDF format.  All the submissions will be subject to peer review, and the accepted submissions will be presented at the conference as oral or poster presentations.


Submission open: waiting for announce.

Submission deadline:  waiting for announce.

Notification of acceptance:  waiting for announce.


Areas of Research


Sensor Technologies

 • Electromagnetic Techniques

 • Electro-Optical/Infrared Techniques

 • Chemical Techniques

 • Nuclear Techniques

 • Acoustic/Ultrasonic Techniques

 • Emerging Techniques


Image Processing Technologies

 • Image formation & reconstruction

 • Image segmentation

 • Image registration

 • Image/video enhancement

 • Object tracking and recognition

 • Coding and communications

 • Scanning, display, and printing

 • Storage, retrieval, and authentication


 Applications (not limited to)

 • Nondestructive Testing

 • Medical Imaging

 • Biological Technologies

 • Petroleum and Natural Gas

 • Geology and Geophysics

 • Civil Engineering

 • Environmental

 • Oceanic Applications

 • Security Applications

 • Law Enforcement



Accepted articles will be published in the proceedings of the conference which will appear in the book series Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE) by Springer & Nature. LNEE is indexed in ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, SCOPUS, MetaPress, and Springerlink.

We plan to edit a special issue entitled Recent developments in Sensing and Imaging in the journal Sensing and Imaging: of Springer & Nature. Sensing and Imaging is in the ESCI and EI among others. The Program Committee will recommend 10 - 20 of the presented works at ICSI 2020 for possible publication in this special issue. Each manuscript must be a full-length regular paper that is a significant extension from its conference presentation, and all submissions will be subject to the regular reviewing process according to the journal's standard. More information about this special issue will be sent to the relevant authors after the conference.