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BASP 2013 : International biomedical and astronomical signal processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop

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Link: http://baspfrontiers.epfl.ch/
 
When Jan 27, 2013 - Feb 1, 2013
Where Ollon-sur-Villars, Switzerland
Submission Deadline Oct 21, 2012
Categories    signal processing
 

Call For Papers

Session distribution and structure

The workshop will rely on morning and evening sessions of 3 hours each, including talks and posters or demos. Among a total of 10 sessions over 5 days, 4 sessions will be focused on theoretical signal processing, 3 on astrophysical signal processing, and 3 on biomedical signal processing. In theoretical signal processing, the core topic is sparsity, and associated optimization methods (3 standard sessions). In astrophysical signal processing, the core topic is interferometry, both radio and optical (2 standard sessions). In biomedical signal processing, the core topic is MR imaging, with emphasis on fast and high-resolution imaging (2 standard sessions). In order to enlarge the overall focus, 1 highlight session in each field will be dedicated to themes beyond the core topics (3 highlight sessions).

Each of the 7 standard sessions will consist of:

1 tutorial-keynote talk of 45’ (40’ + 5’ of interaction),
4 technical talks of 22.5’ (17.5’ + 5’ of interaction),
3 posters or demos (1’ presentation at the end of the talks and discussion in front of the poster/demo for the next 42’).

Each of the 3 highlight sessions will consist of:

3 tutorial-keynote talks of 45’ (40’ + 5’ of interaction),
3 posters or demos (1’ presentation at the end of the talks and discussion in front of the poster/demo for the next 42’).

Invited and contributed works

Each session is organized and chaired by a member of the SOC or an international expert chosen by the SOC.

Each session organizer is responsible for gathering the invited tutorial-keynote and technical talk contributions for his session. Proposals for poster/demo contributions (possibly technical talks and tutorial-keynote talks, upon availability) are open to any interested researcher, and not subject to prior contact with the session organizer.

Both invited and proposed contributions should be submitted as a maximum 1-page latex abstract by the corresponding deadline (a latex template will be provided on the submission page). Invited abstracts are automatically accepted, while proposed contributions will undergo a review process.

In summary, the workshop will gather around 75 participants distributed as follows:

16 invited tutorial-keynote presentations (International experts),
28 invited technical talks (International experts),
30 contributed poster/demo presentations (International experts and Ph.D. Students).

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