The symposium is organized under auspices of the Werkgemeenschap voor Informatie- en Communicatietheorie (WIC, http://w-i-c.org) and the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter.
May 31 & June 1, 2018, Hampshire Hotel - De Broeierd, Enschede.
The symposium aims at sharing ideas and information on the following (or related) topics:
Shannon theory, (multi-user) information theory
Source, channel, and network coding, data compression
(Ad-hoc) sensor networks
Cryptography, data protection, block chains
Signal processing over networks and graphs
Quantum information and quantum cryptography
Optimisation in signal processing
Biometrics and pattern recognition
Signal detection and estimation
Speech/Audio/Video/Multimedia signal processing
Localisation and tracking
Data science, machine learning
Software defined radios and cognitive radios
- Petar Popovski (Aalborg University)
- Marcel Worring (University of Amsterdam).
The program committee is soliciting contributions describing original research results. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract. Each accepted abstract will lead to either an oral presentation with discussion or a poster presentation. Moreover, a full paper or the abstract (as chosen by the authors) will appear in the online proceedings with ISBN. Work under review elsewhere can be submitted provided overlap with simultaneously submitted papers is clearly documented.
Full papers need to formatted according to the submission guidelines. A LaTeX template following these guidelines is provided here. There is no page limit, but file sizes should be within reasonable limits.
The symposium features Best Student Paper and Best Student Presentation awards.
A limited number of grants is available to MSc students with an accepted paper at the symposium. Grants include a registration fee waver and partial coverage of accommodation costs. Requests for a grant should be made when submitting the one-page abstract.
Deadline for abstract submission (extended by 1 week)
Notification of acceptance
Early registration deadline
Camera-ready papers due
May 31 & June 1
Symposium in Enschede
Jasper Goseling (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Luuk Spreeuwers.