The program committee is soliciting papers describing original work. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including the names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses.

Conference aim and topics

The purpose of the conference is to share ideas, experiences and information on the following, or related, topics:
Shannon theory and applications of information theory Signal processing
Multi-user information theory Wired, wireless, ad hoc and sensor networks
Source, channel, and network coding, data compression   Software defined radios and cognitive radios
Cryptography and data protection Fundamental limits and approaches for cooperation in networks
Quantum information and quantum cryptography Biologically inspired algorithms
Biometrics and pattern recognition Localization and tracking
Speech/Audio/Video/Multimedia signal processing Signal detection and estimation

Submission is done by sending an e-mail to Work that is under review elsewhere can be submitted under the condition that any overlap with simultaneously submitted papers is clearly documented.

The symposium will have on-line proceedings with a separate ISBN. Each accepted paper will have either 20 minutes for oral presentation and discussion or a poster presentation.

The first three submissions will receive Early Submission awards. There will be a Best Student Paper award and a Best Student Presentation award.

A limited number of grants will be made available to MSc students who have an accepted paper at the symposium.

pdf version of the CFP.

Full paper submission guidelines: [pdf] [tex]

Important dates:

March 22Submission deadline. One-page abstract (pdf).
April 15Notification of acceptance.
May 2Conference registration deadline; Camera-ready papers due.
May 12+13   Symposium.