2013 Annual Summit and Conference on Asia Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association   

(APSIPA 2013, Oct. 29~Nov. 1, 2013, Kaohsiung, Taiwan )

website (http://www.apsipa2013.org/)  Call for papers(PDF version)

     APSIPA ASC 2013 will be the fifth annual conference organized by Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association (APSIPA). Founded in 2009, APSIPA aims to promote research and education on signal processing, information technology and communications. The annual conference was previously held in Japan (2009), Singapore (2010), China (2011), and USA (2012). The field of interest of APSIPA concerns all aspects of signals and information including processing, recognition, classification, communications, networking, computing, system design, security, implementation, and technology with applications to scientific, engineering, and social areas.  Accepted papers in regular sessions and accepted papers in special sessions will be published in APSIPA ASC 2013 proceedings which will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.


Important Dates
    * Submission of Proposals for Special Sessions, Forum,
Panel & Tutorial Sessions  
Apr.10, 2013
    * Submission of Full and Short Papers May 10, 2013
    * Submission of Papers in Special Sessions June 10, 2013
    * Notification of Papers Acceptance July 30, 2013
    * Submission of Camera Ready Papers Aug. 30, 2013
    * Author Registration Deadline Aug. 30, 2013
    * Tutorial Session Date Oct. 28, 2013
    * Summit and Conference Dates Oct. 29~Nov. 1, 2013

Issues
1. Biomedical Signal Processing and Systems (BioSiPS)
  1.1 Biomedical Signal and Information: Theory and Methods
  1.2 Medical Information and Telecare Systems
  1.3 Neural Systems and Applications
  1.4 Bio-inspired Signal Processing and System
  1.5 Biomedical Circuits and Systems
2. Signal Processing Systems: Design and Implementation (SPS)
  2.1 Nanoelectronics and gigascale systems
  2.2 VLSI systems and applications
  2.3 Embedded systems
  2.4 3D Video Processing and Coding
  2.5 High Efficiency Video Coding
3. Image, Video, and Multimedia (IVM)
  3.1 Image/Video Processing, Coding and Analysis
  3.2 Image/Video Storage, Retrieval and Authentication
  3.3 Computer Vision and Graphics
  3.4 Multimedia Systems and Applications
4. Speech, Language, and Audio (SLA)
  4.1 Audio Processing
  4.2 Speech Information Processing: Recognition, Synthesis, Understanding, and Translation
  4.3 Natural Language Processing: Language Modeling, Natural Language Generation/Understanding, Machine Translation
5. Signal and Information Processing Theory and Methods  (SIPTM)
  5.1 Modern Signal Processing Theory and Method
  5.2 Detection and Parameter Estimation
  5.3 Array Processing and Multi-channels
  5.4 Signal and Information Processing in Applications
6. Wireless Communications and Networking (WCN)
  6.1 Information and Network Security
  6.2 Wireless Communications and Networking
  6.3 Standards and Emerging Technology
  6.4 RF and Antennas

 Submission of Papers

Prospective authors are invited to submit either full papers, up to 10 pages in length, or short papers up to 4 pages in length, where full papers will be for the single-track oral presentation and short papers will be mostly for poster presentation. The conference is also inviting student researchers to submit 1-page-short-paper to the Student Symposium. Paper submissions to Student Symposium follow the same layout as that of the main conference. The 1-page extended abstract describing the technical contribution should be submitted to the same online paper submission. The conference proceedings of the main conference will be published, available and maintained at the APSIPA website.  The proceedings will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.


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