Paper Submission

Workshop paper

All participants are encouraged to submit a full workshop paper describing their algorithms and results. Manuscript up to 8 pages should follow the template of main conferences’ paper and be submitted via the CSI submission system.

Challenge paper

All participants are required to submit a challenge paper. Only those submitted papers to the challenge will be official participants. We will not evaluate submissions of teams not submitted the paper.

Deadline: September 25th 23:59 PST – no extensions will be provided.

Format: Please refer to CSI webpage Submissions with the incorrect format will not be evaluated. 4-6 pages in Springer LNCS format. Please refer to

Challenge ranking

Successful participants with workshop paper will be ranked according the assessment criterion.

Full ranking

A full ranking list including all the participants who completed the spine curvature estimation task, with either workshop paper or one-page abstract, will also be announced during the workshop.


Any publication resulting from any use of the AASCE database may cite the following papers:

  1. Wu, H., Bailey, Chris., Rasoulinejad, Parham., and Li, S., 2017.Automatic landmark estimation for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis assessment using boostnet. Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention:127-135.
  2. Wang, Liansheng, Qiuhao Xu, Stephanie Leung, Jonathan Chung, Bo Chen, and Shuo Li. "Accurate Automated Cobb Angles Estimation using Multi-View Extrapolation Net." Medical Image Analysis (2019), Volume 58: 101542.
  3. Chen, Bo, Qiuhao Xu, Liansheng Wang, Stephanie Leung, Jonathan Chung, and Shuo Li. "An Automated and Accurate Spine Curve Analysis System." IEEE Access (2019).
  4. Wu H, Bailey C, Rasoulinejad P, Li S. Automated comprehensive Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis assessment using MVC-Net. Medical image analysis. 2018 Aug 1;48:1-1.