• CIPPRS Membership

CIPPRS Membership


CIPPRS is a special interest group of the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) and acts as the official Canadian member of the governing board of the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR). The goal of CIPPRS is to promote research and development activities in image and signal processing for solving pattern recognition problems.

Who can join CIPPRS?

CIPPRS is an open society. It welcomes any professional with research and development interests in signal and image processing for pattern analysis and classification, scene understanding and recognition, computer vision, image procesing, C intelligent autonomous systems, biomedical imaging, neural networks and modelling, remote sensing, specialized architecture, realtime techniques, industrial applications, robots, robotic navigation, robot vision, etc.

Benefits of membership

The two major benefits of membership in CIPPRS are reduced rates for the Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) as well as an automatic membership in the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR). This latter status allows CIPPRS members to receive reduced rates on all IAPR sponsored activities. In addition, CIPPRS presents annually two awards to members that have made outstanding contributions to the Canadian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Community.

Cost of Membership

Regular Annual Membership - CAD $35.00

Student Annual Membership - CAD $25.00 (Students members must upgrade after concluding their studies)

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Membership Payment

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Please contact Steven Waslander at stevenw@utias.utoronto.ca if there are any issues.