ICDAR 2021 Workshop on

Arabic and derived Script Analysis and Recognition

(ASAR 2021, 4th edition)

in conjunction with 16th ICDAR 2021

SEP 6th, 2021

Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Call for Papers

Welcome !

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 4th edition of the ICDAR 2021 Workshop on Arabic and derived Script Analysis and Recognition (ASAR 2021), which will be organized on the 6th of September 2021 in Lausanne, Switzerland, in conjunction with ICDAR (16th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition).

The workshop is organized by REGIM Lab (University of Sfax, Tunisia), in partnership with IEEE Tunisia Section and its IEEE Computer Society chapter. 

The ASAR workshop provides an excellent opportunity for researchers and practitioners at all levels of experience to meet colleagues and to share new ideas and knowledge about Arabic and derived script document analysis and recognition methods. The workshop enjoys strong participation from researchers in both industry and academia.

Important dates

Abstract Submission:  May 10th, 2021
Full Paper Submission: May 17th, 2021

(11:59 pm Pacific time)          

Acceptance Notification: June 21st, 2021
Camera Ready: July 5th, 2021

Relevant topics and technologies

  • Printed/Handwritten text recognition

  • Word spotting

  • Machine and deep learning for script recognition

  • Arabic (and derived scripts*) recognition in the context of Big Data

  • Multimedia processing

  • Forensic Arabic (and derived) document analysis

  • Historical Arabic (and derived) document analysis

  • Authoring, annotation, and presentation systems

  • Pen-based user interface

  • Camera-based Arabic (and derived) document image analysis

  • Arabic (and derived) Document retrieval systems

  • Arabic (and derived) Document analysis for mobile devices, for the internet

  • Arabic (and derived) Document databases 

  • Arabic (and derived) Document understanding

  • Arabic (and derived script) recognition for Smart Systems

  • Computational Imaging

 

* Derived languages includes: Pashto, Urdu, Persian, Jawi, Uyghur, Kurdish, etc.

 

Committee

Adel M. Alimi

University of Sfax

Tunisia

adel.alimi@enis.tn

Bidyut Baran Chaudhur

Indian Statistical Institute

Kolkata, India

bbc@isical.ac.in

Amir Hussain

Edinburgh Napier University

Scotland, UK

a.hussain@napier.ac.uk

Imran Razzak

Deakin University 

Australia

imran.razzak@deakin.edu.au

Fadoua Drira

University of Sfax

Tunisia

fadoua.drira@enis.tn

John Do

Institute

City, Country

name@university.com

Jane Doe

Institute

City, Country

name@university.com

Tarek M. Hamdani

University of Monastir

Tunisia

tarek.hamdani@isima.rnu.tn

 

Pleanary Speaker

FEATURED RESEARCH & INDUSTRY EXPERT

Topic 

Speaker 

Affiliation 

Short Biography 

 

Program

Monday SEP 6th, 2021

8:45

Meet & Greet

9:00

Plenary Session

10:00

Oral Session 1

11:30

Competition Session

14:30

Oral Session 2

16:00

Poster Session

17:00

Round Table & Closing

 

The Venue

Beaulieu Convention Center
Avenue des Bergières 10
1004 Lausanne, Switzerland

www.congres-lausanne.ch

Located in Lausanne’s city center with a stunning view on the lake and its surrounding mountains, the Beaulieu Convention Center offers a wide range of conference facilities within the same building as well as a large garden. The conference center is easily accessible by plane, public transport, and car.

Our Sponsors

INNOVATING RESEARCH & INDUSTRY

 

STAY AHEAD OF THE

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS AND RECOGNITION RESEARCH

What

4th ASAR 2021

When

SEP 6th, 2021

Where

Beaulieu Convention Center
Avenue des Bergières 10
1004 Lausanne, Switzerland

Contact Us

To learn more, don’t hesitate to get in touch

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now