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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: ISSPIT 2008 International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology

Call For Papers - Deadline: July 31, 2008


The 8th IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and
Information Technology

December 16-19, 2008, Holiday Inn, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

For additional information visit 

The IEEE ISSPIT 2008 is the eight in a series of international symposia
that aims to cover most of the aspects in the fields of signal
processing and information technology. Sessions will include tutorials
in addition to presentations on new research results. Papers describing
original work are invited in any of the areas listed below. Accepted
papers will be published in the Proceedings of IEEE ISSPIT 2008 and will
be available via IEEE Xplore. Acceptance will be based on quality,
relevance, and originality. Contest for Best Paper Award will be held
and award will be given.

Papers are invited in the following topics:

● Signal Processing Theory and Methods
● Signal Processing for Communications
● DSP architectures and implementation
● DSP for space applications / highly available architectures
● Image and Multidimensional Signal Processing
● Multimedia Signal Processing
● Image and Biological Image and signal processing
● Sensor Arrays
● Radar Signal Processing
● Internet Software Architectures
● Multimedia and Image Based Systems
● Mobile Computing and Applications
● E-Commerce
● Bioinformatics and bioengineering
● Information Processing
● Geographical Information Systems
● Object Based Software Engineering
● Speech Processing
● Computer Networks
● Neural Networks

Important Dates:
● Proposal for Tutorials& Special Sessions                    July
31, 2008
● Six-page paper submission                                        
July 31, 2008
● Notification of acceptance                                September
15, 2008
● Final papers with registration                             
November 1, 2008

General Co-Chairs:

Branislava Perunicic
University of Sarajevo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ahmed Tantawy

Technical Program Co-Chairs (SP & IT)

Mehmed Kantardzic
University of Louisville, USA

Nishan Canagarajah
University of Bristol, UK