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Monday, August 04, 2014 by Chris Wellekens

3-3-8 (2014-12-01) CfP IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing - Atlanta Georgia 2014
IEEE GlobalSIP’14 – Call for Symposium Proposals
IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing - Atlanta Georgia 2014

Technical Program Chairs: Douglas Williams, Timothy Davidson, and Ghassan AlRegib
General Chairs: Geoffrey Li and Fred Juang

The IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP) is a recently launched flagship conference of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. GlobalSIP’14 will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, during the week of December 1, 2014. The conference will focus broadly on signal and information processing with an emphasis on up-and-coming signal processing themes. The conference will feature world-class speakers, tutorials, exhibits, and technical sessions consisting of poster or oral presentations. GlobalSIP’14 will be comprised of colocated symposia selected competitively based on responses to this call-for-symposium proposals. Symposium topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Signal processing in communications and networks, including green communication and optical communications
  • Image and video processing
  • Selected topics in speech and language processing
  • Acoustic array signal processing
  • Signal processing in security applications
  • Signal processing in finance
  • Signal processing in energy and power systems
  • Signal processing in genomics and bioengineering (physiological, pharmacological, and behavioral)
  • Neural signal processing
  • Selected topics in statistical signal processing
  • Seismic signal processing
  • Graph-theoretic signal processing
  • Machine learning and human machine interfaces
  • Compressed sensing, sparsity analysis, and applications
  • Big data processing, heterogeneous information processing, and informatics
  • Radar and array processing including localization and ranging techniques
  • Multimedia transmission, indexing and retrieval, and playback challenges
  • Hardware and real-time implementations
  • Other novel and significant applications of selected areas of signal processing

Symposium proposals should include the title of the symposium; length of the symposium (one day or two days); projected selectivity of the symposium; paper length requirements (submission: from 2 to 6 pages, final: 4-6 pages, invited papers may be longer); names, addresses, and short CVs (up to 250 words) of the organizers, including the general organizers and the technical chairs; an up-to two page description of the technical issues that the symposium will address (including timeliness and relevance to the signal processing community; names of (potential) technical program committee members; name of (potential) invited speakers (up to 2 for one-day symposia and 4 for two-day ones)); and a draft call-for-papers. Please package everything in a single pdf file. More detailed information can be found at

Symposium proposals should be emailed to Doug Williams ( and Geoffrey Li ( according the following timeline:

November 8, 2013: Symposium proposals due
November 22, 2013: Symposium selection decision notification
November 29, 2013: Final version of the call-for-papers for the accepted symposia due

Tentative timeline for paper submission:
May 16, 2014: Paper submission deadline (regular and invited)
June 27, 2014: Review results announced
September 5, 2014: Camera-ready regular and invited papers due


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