IWSSIP 2015
  1. Call for papers
  2. Important dates
  3. Keynote speakers
  4. Paper submission
  5. Technical program
  6. Registration
  7. Presentation guidelines
  8. Organising committee
  9. Venue and travel
IWSSIP 2015

Call for papers

Call for papers 2015 available to download (PDF)

Topics

Signal Processing Wireless Communications
  • Signal processing and systems
  • Speech and audio processing
  • Signal detection and estimation
  • Signal processing for communication
  • Design and implementation of signal processing systems
  • Signal processing education
  • Bioinformatics.
  • MIMO and multi-antenna communications
  • Cooperative transmission and reception
  • Next generation mobile networks
  • Broadband wireless networks
  • Wireless sensor network systems
  • Cognitive radio.
Artificial Intelligence Image and Video Processing
  • Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
  • Neural networks and fuzzy systems
  • Genetic algorithms and Evolutionary Computing
  • Biologically-inspired types of computing.
  • Low-level vision image processing
  • Motion and tracking
  • 3D Vision
  • Image and video processing and coding
  • Medical imaging and image analysis
  • Video streaming and video conferencing.
Security Multimedia
  • Cyber-security
  • Watermarking and encryption
  • Digital image forensics
  • Trust and security systems
  • Information and network security
  • Authentication protocols and services.
  • Multimedia services in NGN
  • Multimedia data compression
  • Multimedia human-machine interface and interaction
  • Multimedia content processing and content description
  • Multimedia signal processing
  • Multimedia communications, networking, services and applications
  • Multimedia systems and services.
Sensors for Non Destructive Testing Networks
  • Ultrasound
  • Acoustic Emission
  • Ground-penetrating Radar
  • Thermography/Infrared
  • X-ray.
  • Multicast & broadcast for IPTV
  • DVB and IPTV technologies
  • IMS based NGN architecture, services and protocols.
Cultural Heritage Vibration Control and Health Monitoring of Civil Engineering Structures
  • 3D documentation and holography
  • Shearometry and vibrometry 
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • Terahertz spectroscopy and imaging
  • LIF and FLIM.
  • Signal modelling, characterization, and representation in structural dynamics applications
  • Sensor data sampling, processing, and fusion in structural health monitoring applications
  • Sparse data compression and reconstruction algorithms in wireless sensor networks
  • Experimental and operational vibration-based structural system identification and damage detection
  • Passive, semi-active, and active structural vibration control strategies
  • Optimum sensor positioning methods and modal analysis.

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