Asilomar 2019 : 53rd Annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers
Call For Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS
53rd Annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers
Asilomar Hotel and Conference Grounds
Pacific Grove, California
November 3 – 6, 2019
Authors are invited to submit papers in the following areas:
A. Communications Systems: 1. Modulation and Coding,
2. Cognitive Radios and Spectrum Sharing, 3. Ultra-Low Latency,
4. Optimization, 5. Physical Layer Security and Privacy, 6. mmWave,
7. Underwater, 8. Wireline and Optical Communications, 9. Satellite,
10. IoT, 11. V2V, 12. 5G and Beyond
B. MIMO Communications and Signal Processing: 1. Multiuser
and Massive MIMO, 2. Channel Estimation and Equalization,
3. Full-Duplex, 4. Cooperation and Relaying, 5. Interference
Management and Awareness, 6. mmWave, 7. Optimization
C. Networks: 1. Wireless Networks, 2. IoT, 3. Network Info
Theory, 4. Optimization, 5. Graph Signal Processing, 6. Social
Networks, 7. Distributed Algorithms, 8. Security, 9. Computational
Offloading, 10. Self-Organizing Networks, 11. UAV and V2V
Networks, 12. Smart Grid
D. Adaptive Systems, Machine Learning, Data Analytics:
1. Compressive Sensing, 2. Machine Learning, 3. Estimation,
Inference and Learning, 4. Adaptive and Cognitive Systems,
5. Adaptive Filtering, 6. Fast and Scalable Algorithms, 7. HighDimensional Large-Scale Data, 8. Distributed Computation and
Storage, 9. Deep Learning
E. Array Processing and Multisensor Systems: 1. Source
Localization and Separation, 2. Beamforming, 3. Robust Methods,
4. MIMO and Cognitive Radars, 5. Tensor Models and Processing,
6. Sparse Sensor Arrays, 7. Optimization, 8. Applications (Imaging,
Radar, Sonar, Microphone Arrays)
F. Biomedical Signal and Image Processing: 1. Molecular and
Medical Imaging, 2. Computational Imaging, 3. Neuroengineering,
4. Processing of Physiological Signals, 5. Bioinformatics and
Computational Biology, 6. Image Registration and Multimodal
Imaging, 7. Functional Imaging, 8. Brain Machine Interfaces,
9. Neural Signal Processing, 10. Visualization
G. Architectures and Implementation: 1. Energy Efficiency,
2. Accelerators, 3. Reconfigurable Processing, 4. Non-idealities,
5. Multicore, Many-core and Distributed Systems, 6. Algorithm and
Architecture Co-optimization, 7. Architectures for Big Data,
8. Architectures for Machine Learning, 9. Cyber-Physical System,
10. Test-beds, 11. Mixed-Signal Processors, 12. Arithmetic and
H. Speech, Image and Video Processing: 1. Speech Processing,
2. Speech Coding, 3. Speech Recognition, 4. Audio Coding,
5. Document Processing, 6. Models for Signal and Image
Processing, 7. Image and Video Coding and Communication,
8. Learning and Autonomous Systems, 9. Computer Vision, Image
and Video Analysis, 10. Image and Video Forensics, 12. Biometrics
and Security, 13. Hybrid Imaging Systems
Submissions must include a 50 – 100 word abstract, an extended summary (500–1000 words plus figures), the title of the paper, each author's name and affiliation, technical area, and topic designation from the above list. The conference website (www.asilomarssc.org) provides specific information on the electronic submission process.
Submissions will be accepted starting February 1, 2019.
• All submissions must be received by May 1st, 2019.
• No more than FOUR submissions are allowed per contributor, as author or co-author.
• To have a paper published, an author must register and present the paper at the conference.
Notifications of acceptance will be mailed by mid-July 2019. Full papers are due shortly after the conference and published in early 2020. All technical questions should be directed to the Technical Program Chair Prof. Christoph Studer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the General Chair Prof. Gerald Matz (email@example.com). Prospective organizers of special sessions are invited to submit proposals to the General or Technical Chair by January 31, 2019. Proposals must include title, topic, rationale, session outline, contact information, and a description of the session organization.
General Chair: Gerald Matz, Technische Universität Wien
Technical Program Chair: Christoph Studer, Cornell University
Conference Coordinator: Monique P. Fargues*, Naval Postgraduate School
Publication Chair: Michael Matthews, NorthWest Research Associates, Inc.
Publicity Chair: Linda S. DeBrunner, Florida State University
Finance Chair: John D. Roth*, Naval Postgraduate School
Electronic Media Chair: Marios S. Pattichis, University of New Mexico
* serving in his/her personal capacity
The site for the 2019 Conference is at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, in Pacific Grove, CA. The grounds border the Pacific Ocean and are close to Monterey, Carmel, and the scenic Seventeen Mile Drive in Pebble Beach.
The Conference is organized by the non-profit Signals, Systems and Computers Conference Corporation.