Images of the Athenian Sun: Highlights From ICIP 2018 in Greece

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Images of the Athenian Sun: Highlights From ICIP 2018 in Greece

By: 
Nikos Nikolaidis; Nikolaos V. Boulgouris; Lisimachos Paul Kondi; Christophoros Nikou; Konstantinos N. Plataniotis
Named after the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom, Athens is not just another modern metropolis. With numerous ancient monuments standing sentinel along her streets and squares, Athens never tires of revealing her glorious past to her visitors. The historic city, widely recognized as the cradle of Western civilization, hosted the 25th ICIP 2018 7–10 October 2018. The city was most welcoming; the warmth of the Athenian sun streamed from blue skies through the glass walls of the Megaron Athens International Conference Centre.
 
ICIP 2018 attracted more than 1,300 attendees from all over the world. They enjoyed a fine technical program, put together with the help of an outstanding technical program committee. The program included nine tutorials and five special ses - sions, which focused on emerging research areas. The technical program comprised 127 sessions arranged in thematic streams to avoid thematic overlaps and allow audi - ence members to attend more sessions in their areas of interest. Sessions were very well attended, despite the competition from the food buffet, which remained well stocked throughout the conference. 
 
The conference offered three plenary talks on topics of great interest to our community, covering both academic and industrial trends. The plenary talks, enthu - siastically received by ICIP attendees, were given by prominent scientists.
 

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