SiPS 2020

SiPS 2020

IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems

Author Instructions & Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit 6-page papers (including references), written in English. Papers exceeding 6 pages will not be accepted, nor reviewed at all. All manuscripts should be original, unpublished and should not be submitted...
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COVID-19 has recently developed into a pandemic and most countries are being affected as of March 2020. However, the exchange of knowledge and sharing of new contacts must be preserved in order to pursue research...
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The 2020 IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems will be held in Coimbra, located at the center of Portugal. Coimbra is a riverfront city in central Portugal and the country’s former capital. It preserves...
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Welcome to SiPS2020

The IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems is a major international forum for researchers and practitioners, from industry to academia, to discuss and exchange the latest scientific and technical progress and innovations in the design and implementation of digital signal processing systems. It addresses current and future challenges and new directions in the research and development of these systems.

SiPS 2020 will be held in Coimbra, Portugal, from 20 to 22nd October 2020.

Call for Papers

The IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS) will take place in Coimbra from 20-22nd October 2020. Prospective authors are expected to submit 6-page (max.) papers through EasyChair up to May 1, 2020.

SiPS is a premier international forum in the area of design and implementation of signal processing systems. This is the first time SiPS takes place in Coimbra, Portugal, featuring a comprehensive program, including technical workshops, tutorials, demonstrations, and exhibitions.

We invite prospective authors to submit original papers in areas including, but not limited to:

  • Software Implementation of Signal Processing Systems
    • Software on programmable digital signal processors
    • Application-specific instruction-set processor (ASIP) architectures and systems
    • SIMD, VLIW, and multi-core CPU architectures
    • GPU-based massively parallel implementations
  • Hardware Implementation of Signal Processing Systems
    • Low-power signal processing circuits and applications
    • High-performance VLSI systems
    • FPGA and reconfigurable architecture-based systems
    • System-on-chip and network-on-chip
    • VLSI for sensor network and RF identification systems
    • Processing-in-memory signal processing systems
  • Machine Learning for Signal Processing
    • Circuits and systems for AI
    • Deep learning/machine learning/AI algorithms
    • Tools/platforms for AI
    • Edge and cloud AI computing platforms
    • Hardware/neuromorphic accelerators
    • Hardware/software co-design and automation for AI
  • Design Methods of Signal Processing Systems
    • Optimization of signal processing algorithms
    • Compilers and tools for signal processing systems
    • Algorithm-to-architecture transformation
    • Dataflow-based design methodologies
    • Error-tolerant techniques for signal processing
  • Signal Processing Application Systems
    • Audio, speech, and language processing
    • Biomedical signal processing and bioinformatics
    • Image, video, and multimedia signal processing
    • Information forensics, security, and cryptography
    • Sensing and sensor signal processing
    • Signal processing for non-volatile memory systems
    • Latency-and power-constrained signal processing
    • Wireless communications and MIMO systems
    • Coding and compression
    • Signal processing for mixed-signal technologies

Author instructions & Paper submission

Important Dates

Technical PapersMay 1, 2020
Special Sessions ProposalMay 1, 2020
Tutorials ProposalMay 1, 2020
Author NotificationJune 15, 2020
Camera-Ready PapersJuly 6, 2020
Early RegistrationJuly 31, 2020

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