Information Geometry for Signal Processing and Communications - 9th IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing - 10th-13th July 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Information Geometry for Signal Processing and Communications
Session of the 9th IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing
10th-13th July 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The SAM Workshop is an important IEEE Signal Processing Society event dedicated to sensor array and multichannel signal processing. The organizing committee invites the international community to contribute with state-of-the-art developments in the field. SAM 2016 will feature plenary talks by leading researchers in the field as well as poster and oral sessions with presentations by the participants.
Welcome to Rio de Janeiro! - The workshop will be held at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, located in Gávea, in a superb area surrounded by beaches, mountains and the Tijuca National Forest, the world's largest urban forest. Rio de Janeiro is a world renowned city for its culture, beautiful landscapes, numerous tourist attractions and international cuisine. The workshop will take place during the first half of July about a month before the 2016 Summer Olympic Games when Rio will offer plenty of cultural activities and festivities, which will make SAM 2016 a memorable experience.
Authors are invited to submit contributions in the following areas:
Array processing for biomedical applications
Array processing for communications
Blind source separation and channel identification
Computational and optimization techniques
Compressive sensing and sparsity-based signal processing
Detection and estimation
Distributed and adaptive signal processing
Intelligent systems and knowledge-based signal processing
Microphone and loudspeaker array applications
Multi-antenna systems: multiuser MIMO, massive MIMO and space-time coding
Multi-channel imaging and hyperspectral processing
Multi-sensor processing for smart grid and energy
Non-Gaussian, nonlinear, and non-stationary models
Performance evaluations with experimental data
Radar and sonar array processing
Source Localization, classification and tracking
Synthetic aperture techniques
Space-time adaptive processing
Statistical modelling for sensor arrays
Tensor signal processing
Waveform diverse sensors and systems
Submission of papers - Full-length papers with 4 pages of content and 1 extra page only for references should be electronically submitted.
Submission of Signal Processing Letters papers - Authors of IEEE Signal Processing Letters (SPL) papers will be given the opportunity to present their work at SAM 2016, subject to space availability and approval by the Technical Program Chairs. SPL papers published between 1st June, 2015 and 31st May, 2016 are eligible for presentation at SAM 2016. Requests for presentation of SPL papers should be made by emailing the Technical Program Chairs by 31st May, 2016. Approved requests for presentation must have one author/presenter registered for SAM 2016.