A couple of colleagues and I are organising a workshop on compressed sensing in wireless communication at the conference European Wireless 2015 in Budapest in May. You can find the details on our workshop webpage: http://sparsesampling.com/Euro
peanWireless2015/. I was thinking you might be interested in posting it on your blog.
Compressed Sensing in Wireless Communication - Workshop 2015Workshop date: Wednesday, 20 May 2015The recent theory of compresssed sensing and its related variants such as matrix completion have garnered significant interest from several research communities over the past decade. Compressed sensing (CS) has seen applications in many areas by now. This is most outspoken in imaging-related application areas; for example medical imaging (MRI etc.), astronomy, infrared imaging, hyperspectral imaging. Other areas such as computational biology have benefited from the theory as well.Compressed sensing is highly relevant in the area of wireless communication as well. In this area, however, we have only seen the beginning of what CS has to offer. It has so far been investigated in a range of applications such as in modulation/demodulation, error control coding, multiple access, multiuser detection, routing, wideband spectrum sensing, cognitive radio, channel estimation, interference reduction, direction-of-arrival estimation, MIMO transmission, in connection to network coding and cross-layer optimization, for low-complexity data-compression in WSNs at the individual sensor level, or in the data collection in WSNs at the network level etc.This workshop aims to bridge the CS theory with its applications and to gather the newest research results in CS in relation to wireless communication. We invite contributions addressing applications at all levels of the protocal stack. These include, but are not limited to: radio channel, link, network etc. -aware CS, data detection and decoding, interference mitigation, CS in sideband receivers, CS in low-power receivers, CS across networks, e.g. wireless sensor networks. We welcome contributions that demonstrate CS applied in practical systems as evidence of the theory’s viability in the area of wireless communication.By this workshop, we wish to stimulate discussion among its participants. The workshop further aspires to take stock of the current state of CS in wireless communication and identify important open questions. We find that this is an important aspect of the workshop to contribute to describing the state of the art and providing guidance for further research. Along this line, the workshop invites position papers on future directions and prospects of CS in wireless communication as well as overview/review papers providing an overview of the state of the art of CS within one or more topics in wireless communication.
Organisers(You can find our email addresses at the profiles linked above.)
Paper SubmissionPapers for the workshop must be submitted through the main conference’s EDAS submission page:Workshop paper submission deadline: February 18, 2015.
Formal requirementsFor details on paper format, see the main conference submission page.
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