Monday, June 30, 2014

CfP: International Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop 2015

Yves Wiaux just sent me the following:

Hi Igor
Time has come for BASP Frontiers 2015 already. May I ask you to post this announcement for me on nuit blanche? Thanks a lot in advance

Sure Yves, here it is:


Dear Colleagues

The International Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop 2015 will take place in our traditional Swiss resort close to Lake Geneva on January 25 - 30, 2015.

This year's workshop will focus on imaging science, from theory to astronomy and medicine.

30 poster slots are open for contributions: ~3 in each of the 9 sessions of the workshop. These posters are deluxe versions with high visibility, as only few posters will be highlighted after each session during the 45-minutes morning coffee or evening aperitif. We expect contributions from both senior researchers and students. Talks and some posters are by invitation only.

The abstract submission window will be September 01-26 2014.

Do not hesitate to disseminate this announcement among your colleagues and students.

All details on science, organisation and logistics on… .

Also check regularly for updates on participant list and other news.

On behalf of the chairs (M Lustig, Berkeley; JD McEwen UCL; Y Wiaux Heriot-Watt / EPFL)

Yves Wiaux

Dr Yves Wiaux, Assoc. Prof., BASP Director
Institute of Sensors, Signals & Systems
School of Engineering & Physical Sciences
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

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1 comment:

Cable said...

Awesome! I am interested in a spot.

We have a project looking at CS for small sats.