CALL FOR PAPERS

  • Track 1

    Signal and image processing

  • Track 2

    Wireless sensor networks and networking protocols

  • Track 3

    Assistive
    Technology

  • Track 4

    Antenna and propagation, Communication and information theory

Track 1 Signal and image processing

  • Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing

  • Speech Processing

  • Biomedical Signal and Image Processing

  • Image, Video and Multidimensional processing

  • Compressive Sensing, Sampling, and Dictionary Learning

  • Sensor Array & Multichannel Signal Processing

  • Signal Processing for Cyber Security

  • Machine Learning for Signal Processing

  • Multimedia Signal Processing

  • Sparse signal processing

  • Tensor signal processing

  • Signal processing for big data

Track 2 Wireless sensor networks and networking protocols

  • 5G Network security, Privacy and Trust

  • Artificial Intelligence for Cognitive Radios

  • 5G communications

  • Wireless body area networks and e-health services

  • Intelligent transportation systems

  • Machine learning algorithms for wireless communication

  • Energy efficient protocol and routing

  • Hybrid network protocol designs

  • Energy harvesting wireless communications

  • Millimeterwave communication

  • Cryptographic algorithms

  • Internet-of-things / devices

Track 3 Assistive Technology

  • Wearable sensors for healthcare monitoring

  • Low cost assistive technology for communication and interaction

  • Assistive technology for ambient living and rehabilitation

  • Emerging and Innovative Assistive Technologies

  • Emotion, gesture and gait recognition

  • Enabling technologies for learning, Independence and autonomy

  • Fall detection

  • Human-Robot Interaction

  • Smart homes

  • Virtual/Augmented Reality and Social Robotics in the Assistive Technology domain

  • Brain-computer interface

  • Assistive technology for education

Track 4 Antenna and propagation, Communication and information theory

  • Adaptive and reconfigurable antenna design

  • Smart antennas

  • Advanced RF materials, meta -materials and EBG

  • Array antennas, textile and wearable antennas

  • Array processing, Signal Detection and Estimation

  • Multi antenna Wireless communications

  • Convex optimization

  • Signal and information processing over networks

  • Satellite/Space communications and applications

  • RFID and MMIC design and applications

  • Microstrip and RF filter design

  • Computational electromagnetics

  • Network information and Coding theory

  • Network and data security

  • Secure communication - security and privacy

  • All presented papers will be submitted to IEEE for possible inclusion in IEEE Xplore.
  • 5 minute thesis: WiSPNET 2020 is offering a 5 minute thesis contest, where PhD students have 5 minutes to present their thesis and its significance. It is an exercise for the students to consolidate and present their research work concisely to an audience specialized in different fields.