The Fourth IASTED International Conference on CIRCUITS, SIGNALS, AND SYSTEMS ~CSS 2006~

Venue: San Francisco

Location: San Francisco, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 20, 2006 End Date/Time: Nov 22, 2006
Registration Date: Sep 15, 2006
Paper Submission Date: Jun 15, 2006
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Description

The Fourth IASTED International Conference on
Circuits, Signals, and Systems

November 20-22, 2006
San Francisco, USA

SPONSORS
The International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED)
Technical Committee on Circuits and Systems
Technical Committee on Signal Processing
Technical Committee on Pattern Recognition
Technical Committee on Information Systems
Technical Committee on Telecommunications

PURPOSE
With the development of analog and digital integrated circuits, designs and applications are now being approached at the system level, integrating the transmission and transformation of signals and signal processing circuits. Current issues relating to signals include processing, visualization, transmission, control and behaviour. Within the area of circuits, pertinent topics include analog and digital ICs, nanotechnology, MEMs, sensors, bioelectronics, molecular electronics, optoelectronics, sprintronics, communications and wireless networks. Relevant issues in control include optimization, computational aspects, artificial intelligence, robotics and micro-robotics, modelling and simulation.

The IASTED International Conference on Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2006) will create an international forum for researchers and specialists to exchange new ideas and practical experience in the above areas. It is an opportunity to present and observe the latest research, results, and ideas, and to collaborate on current issues identified by conference participants. All papers submitted to this conference will be peer evaluated by at least two reviewers. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality and contribution.

CSS 2006 will be held in conjunction with the IASTED International Conferences on:

Computational Intelligence (CI 2006)


LOCATION
The gold rush in 1848 forever transformed San Francisco from a quiet Spanish village to a booming metropolis. Its history is a showcase of cultural, artistic, and architectural achievements. No postcard can do justice to the spectacular view of the Golden Gate Bridge at sunset, or the charm of riding the city’s famous cable cars. San Francisco’s number one attraction is Pier 39, a festival marketplace at Fisherman’s Wharf with gorgeous views of the bay and lots of fun attractions. From there, take a ferry to Alcatraz or check out the California sea lions sunning themselves on the nearby floating docks. There are many inland delights as well. Check out the Victorian style homes of the early 20th Century, famously known as the Painted Ladies. Experience the energetic bustle of North America’s most vibrant and populous Chinatown. Take a walking tour through the neighborhood of North Beach with its poetry and jazz cafes, fine art stores, delis, and museums, and discover the spirit of the Beat movement that transformed American poetry in the 1950’s. Do-it-yourself walking tours of Union Square and Golden Gate Park are also sure to impress. Take the family along for the fun of the California Academy of Sciences or enjoy a more sophisticated evening of wine tasting at a world-renowned vineyard. San Francisco is a city of endless possibility.

SCOPE
Topics will include, but are not limited to:
Analog Circuits
Digital Circuits and Systems
Integrated Circuits
RF and High-Frequency Circuits
VLSI Circuits and Systems
Systems on a Chip
Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
Optoelectronic Circuits
Power Electronics
Neural Systems
Cellular Neural Networks
MEMS and Sensors
Nanotechnology
Computer-aided Design
Biologically Inspired Circuits and Systems
Communication Circuits and Systems
Robotics
Digital Signal Processing
Image Processing
Pattern Recognition
Visualization
Speech Processing
Communication Systems
Wireless Communication
Multimedia
Control Theory
Control Systems
Fuzzy Logic
Neural Networks
Computational Intelligence
Optimization
Nonlinear Systems
Fractals and Chaos
Modelling
Simulation
Identification
Artificial Intelligence
Education
Applications

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Click here for a list of the program committee for CSS 2006.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Initial Papers
Submit your paper via our website at:
http://www.iasted.org/conferences/2006/sanfrancisco/submit-531.htm. All submissions should be in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf), Postscript (.ps), or MS Word (.doc) format. The IASTED Secretariat must receive your paper by June 15, 2006. Receipt of paper submission will be confirmed by email.

Complete the online initial paper submission form designating an author who will attend the conference and providing four key words to indicate the subject area of your paper. One of the key words must be taken from the list of topics provided under Scope. Initial paper submissions should be approximately six pages. Formatting instructions are available at: http://www.iasted.org/formatting-initial.htm.

All papers submitted to IASTED International Conferences must be written in English, using appropriate grammar and syntax.

Notification of acceptance will be sent via email by August 1, 2006. Final manuscripts are due by September 1, 2006. Registration and final payment are due by September 15, 2006. Late registration fees or paper submissions will result in the papers being excluded from the conference proceedings.

Final Papers
Send your final manuscripts via email to: finalpapers@iasted.org. The subject line for the final manuscript submission must include your six-digit paper number. The formatting instructions can be found at: http://www.iasted.org/formatting-final.htm and must be strictly followed. The page limit for final papers is six single-spaced pages in 10 point Times New Roman font. Only one paper of up to six pages is included in the regular registration fee. There will be an added charge for extra pages and additional papers.

TUTORIALS
Proposals for three-hour tutorials should be submitted online by June 15, 2006. Tutorials are to be submitted via the following website address:
http://www.iasted.org/conferences/2006/sanfrancisco/tutorialsubmit-531.htm. A tutorial proposal should clearly indicate the topic, background knowledge expected of the participants, objectives, time allocations for the major course topics, and thequalifications of the instructor(s).

SPECIAL SESSIONS
Persons wishing to organize a special session should submit a proposal via email to: calgary@iasted.org. Proposals should include a session title, a list of the topics covered, and the qualifications and brief biography of the session organizer(s). Papers submitted to the special session must be received by June 15, 2006., unless otherwise stipulated by the Special Session Organizer. A minimum of five papers must be registered and fully paid in order for this session to be included in the conference program. More information on special sessions is available at:
http://www.iasted.org/conferences/2006/sanfrancisco/sessionsubmit-531.htm.

JOURNALS
Expanded and enhanced versions of papers published in the conference proceedings can also be considered for inclusion in one of the IASTED journals. Information on the submission of papers to journals is available at http://www.actapress.com/SubmissionInfo.aspx.

Whole proceedings as well as single papers can now be purchased online. Please visit ACTA Press: http://www.actapress.com.
IMPORTANT DEADLINES
Submissions due June 15, 2006
Notification of acceptance August 1, 2006
Camera-ready manuscripts due September 1, 2006
Registration Deadline September 15, 2006



For more information, or to be placed on our mailing list, please contact:

IASTED Secretariat – CSS 2006
#80, 4500 - 16th Avenue N.W.
Calgary, Alberta
Canada T3B 0M6

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