In our research field the quality and impact of many conference proceedings are higher than many of the Journals. As the proceedings also usually are a faster way to publish we often chose that outlet of our results. But of course we also publish in scientific journals, especially when reporting results on medical applications in co-operation with medical researchers, as that field is more journal oriented.
This year we edited the proceedings of the ISMM conference which was published in the prestigious Springer Lecture notes in Computer Science. We published 29 journal articles in journals as different as the theoretical Computer Vision and Image Understanding and prestigious Nature Methods, from Artificial Intelligence Tools to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Composite Science and Technology. We also published 21 papers in fully reviewed conference proceedings; both at meetings dedicated to the theory of image analysis, such as DGCI, ISMM, and SIGGRAPH, and to more application oriented ones, such as HIP, ISBI, and WHC. We also had many presentations at non-reviewed conferences.