(see also the PDF version of the call for papers).
The symposium will be held on May 19 and 20, 2016 at Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve. It aims at sharing ideas, experiences and information on the following (or related) topics:
|Shannon theory and applications of information theory||Signal processing|
|Multi-user information theory||Wired, wireless, ad hoc and sensor networks|
|Source, channel, and network coding, data compression||Cooperation in networks|
|Cryptography and data protection||Software defined radios and cognitive radios|
|Quantum information and quantum cryptography||Optimization in signal processing|
|Biometrics and pattern recognition||Localization and tracking|
|Speech/Audio/Video/Multimedia signal processing||Signal detection and estimation|
The program committee is soliciting papers describing original work (work under review elsewhere can be submitted provided overlap with simultaneously submitted papers is clearly documented). Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf format (including names, affiliations and email addresses of the authors), by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by
March 24 April 8, 2016 (extended deadline) at the latest.
Each accepted paper will lead either to an oral presentation with discussion or to a poster presentation. The symposium will have on-line proceedings with a separate ISBN, and will feature a Best Student Paper award and a Best Student Presentation award.
Full paper submissionAfter receiving an email confirming your abstract is accepted for oral or poster presentation, you need to register (this can be performed using the online form) and submit a full paper according to the full paper guidelines (see also this template if you use LaTeX). Please read those instructions carefully. A maximum of eight single-column A4 pages is allowed. Your paper will be submitted as a single PDF file, named after your submission number (see confirmation email), sent by e-mail to email@example.com. The deadline for the full paper submission is May 9, 2016.
A limited number of grants will be made available to MSc students who have an accepted paper at the symposium. A grant consists of the symposium registration fee, and at most 70 euro per night for accommodation for one or two nights (depending on distance). No travel costs will be reimbursed.
We currently accept no more applications to MSc student grants.
If you want to apply for a grant, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Symposium||May 19-20, 2016|
Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Details can be found on the venue page.
Contact informationSITB 2016 Organisation Committee
Jérôme Louveaux, François Glineur