7th International Symposium on DSP for Communication Systems, DSPCS’2003 (DSPCS'03)

Venue: Calypso Plaza Hotel

Location: Coolangatta, Qld, Australia

Event Date/Time: Dec 08, 2003 End Date/Time: Dec 11, 2003
Registration Date: Dec 11, 2003
Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2003
Paper Submission Date: Jun 30, 2003
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Description




Communication Systems worldwide have provided a rapidly growing and useful
range of services and are continuing to evolve using Digital Signal Processing.
The 7th International Symposium on DSP for Communication Systems, DSPCS’2003,
has been planned by a group of academics and professionals to examine the
plans for the future and the progress that has already been made in the
field of DSP and their applications to communication systems. The organising
committee of the symposium decided to hold the 7th Symposium on DSP for
Communication Systems on the Gold Coast from 8-11 December 2003. A major
objective of the symposium will be to pursue the progression from communication
and information theory through to the implementation, evaluation and performance
improvement of practical communication systems using DSP technology. This
year the Symposium will be combined with the 2nd Workshop on the Internet,
Telecommunications and Signal Processing.


Therefore, the topics of interest range from those of the physical layer
to the application layer through all aspects of the protocols and processes
required for the future Internet to operate better and the applications
to utilise the full potential offered by the current and the emerging networking
infrastructure.


Previously unpublished contributions to the following technical areas,
but not limited to, are solicited:








Internet

  • Traffic modelling

  • Protocols

  • Embedded Internet devices

  • New and enhanced services

  • Resource and information management

  • Adaptive QoS provisioning

  • End-to-end QoS

  • Internet2



Wireless Networks



  • Mobile ad hoc networking

  • Personal area networking

  • Convergence of different network types

  • Broadband Wireless Access

  • Vertical handovers

  • IP and Mobility

  • Home networking



Network Security



  • Security primitives and algorithms

  • Security of wireless and distribution networks

  • Programmable networks security

  • Authentication and authorization


Fixed networks

  • Optical networks and switching

  • Network architectures and equipment

  • Programmable networks

  • Access technologies

  • Test-beds and trials



Telecommunication technology



  • Channel measurements and characterisation

  • Coding and modulation techniques

  • Modelling and simulation

  • Spread Spectrum and CDMA systems

  • OFDM technology

  • Space-time coding



Multimedia signal processing



  • Streamed multimedia applications

  • Algorithms and implementations

  • Image and video processing

  • Error concealment techniques






Submission of Papers: Authors are invited to submit a full paper
of up to six A4 pages as an electronic file (Postscript, PDF, or Word format)
to the following address:


beata@elec.uow.edu.au


The papers should be prepared double column, with 2.5 cm margins from
all sides and use 10 point Times Roman or similar fonts. Each paper should
include an abstract of up to 250 words, authors, and mailing and electronic
addresses. The paper should be accompanied by a cover page including the
name of the contact author with his full address including the fax number,
and the technical area(s) chosen from the above and listed in the order of
author's preference. Each paper will be peer-reviewed by two independent
reviewers and the authors will be notified about the acceptance via email.
It is expected that, as with DSPCS’02, the best 20 papers, judged by the
Organising Committee, will be published in a form of an edited volume by
the Kluwer Academic Publishers, apart from the conference proceedings.











Deadlines:

Submit paper (up to 6 pages) by:   30 June 2003

Notification of acceptance by:       15
August 2003

Camera ready copies by:               30
September 2003


For further information and submission of papers
please contact:


target="_parent">Assoc. Prof. T Wysocki

School of Elec., Comp. & Telecomm. Eng.

University of Wollongong

Northfields Avenue, NSW 2522, AUSTRALIA

Fax: +61 2 4221 3236, E-mail: wysocki@uow.edu.au


Organising Committee:

Prof. J Chicharo (University of Wollongong) Australia

Prof. M Darnell (University of Leeds) United Kingdom

Prof. P Farkas (Slovak University of Technology) Slovakia

Prof. P G Farrell (University of Lancaster) United Kingdom

Prof. B Honary (University of Lancaster) United Kingdom

Prof. J Lindner (University of Ulm) Germany

Prof. A Mertins (University of Oldenburg) Germany

Prof. H Sharif (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) USA

Assoc. Prof. T Wysocki (University of Wollongong) Australia - Chairman

Dr. B J Wysocki (University of Wollongong) Australia

Prof. H-J Zepernick (Australian Telecommunications Research Institute) Australia


Technical Program Committee:

Assoc. Prof. J Armstrong (La Trobe University) Australia

Prof. A Cantoni (University of Western Australia) Australia

Prof. J Chicharo (University of Wollongong) Australia

Dr. A Dadej, (University of South Australia) Australia

Prof. M Darnell (University of Leeds) United Kingdom

Prof. P Farkas (Slovak University of Technology) Slovakia

Prof. P G Farrell (University of Lancaster) United Kingdom

Prof. B Honary (University of Lancaster) United Kingdom

Dr. M Kwiatkowski (DSTO), Australia

Prof. J Lindner (University of Ulm) Germany

Prof. A Mertins (University of Oldenburg) Germany

Prof. J Seberry (University of Wollongong) Australia

Prof. H Sharif (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) USA

Dr. M Slominski (Warsaw University of Technology) Poland

Assoc. Prof. T Wysocki (University of Wollongong) Australia

Prof. H-J Zepernick (Australian Telecommunications Research Institute) Australia





Venue

87-105 Griffith Street
Coolangatta
Qld
Australia
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