Q1: My application was rejected, why?
A1: If you have been rejected, please check your profile information.
Common problems in the application: Incomplete profile information; Abbreviation.
Related RULES are copied as below for your reference:
- Anonymous registration is NOT allowed. All information entered when registering a team, including the (TRUE) Name of the contact person, the Affiliation (including department, full name of university/institute/company, country) and the E-mail address must be COMPLETE and CORRECT. The abbreviation is not allowed.
- Incomplete registrations will be removed without notice.
- Redundant registrations will be removed without notice.
Q2: I have submitted my application, when can I be accepted?
A2: Generally, we will deal with the application in hours (not more than 24 hours).
Q3: Can I use the dataset for my publication?
A3: Yes, but you should follow the academic convention to cite this paper about the iChallenge-AMD dataset:
Huazhu Fu, Fei Li, José Ignacio Orlando, Hrvoje Bogunović, Xu Sun, Jingan Liao, Yanwu Xu, Shaochong Zhang, Xiulan Zhang, "ADAM: Automatic Detection challenge on Age-related Macular degeneration", IEEE Dataport, 2020. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/dt4f-rt59. Accessed: Jan. 20, 2020.
Q4: How can I participate in the onsite challenge？
A4: These information has been updated on the home page.
And you can refer to our challenges which have been held: AGE (https://age.grand-challenge.org/Home/); PALM (https://palm.grand-challenge.org/Home/); REFUGE (https://refuge.grand-challenge.org/Home/).
Q5: Will you publish the onsite methods/results somewhere?
A5: Yes, you can refer to the review paper for REFUGE challenge:
Orlando, J. I., Fu, H., Breda, J. B., van Keer, K., Bathula, D. R., Diaz-Pinto, A., et al. (2019). REFUGE Challenge: A unified framework for evaluating automated methods for glaucoma assessment from fundus photographs[J]. Medical image analysis, 2020, 59: 101570.