International Conference on Signals, Circuits and Systems (CSC)

Venue: Djerba

Location: Djerba, Tunisia

Event Date/Time: Nov 06, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 08, 2009
Paper Submission Date: Jun 30, 2009
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The aim of the 2009 International Conference on Signals, Circuits and Systems (SCS’09) is to address issues of pertinence to new advances in technologies related to the fields of signals, circuits and systems. The multi-disciplinary approach to engineering has become an important factor for the design of many new products and processes. The integration of mechanics, electronics, control and computing exploits and exceeds the relative advantages of single disciplines. When adequately integrated, the synergy among the areas ensures that performances reach much improved levels. The SCS’09 will be an international forum for researchers and specialists to exchange new ideas and practical experiences. It will provide an opportunity to present and discuss the latest research work in the several areas of the conference and to target future collaboration on current issues identified by conference participants. Besides regular and invited submissions, the technical program will include three plenary presentations made by distinguished speakers in the main topics of the conference.
SCS’09 is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE, the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
The Conference will be held in the beautiful island of Djerba, located in the south east coast of Tunisia. It can be reached by land (through a bridge), by sea or by air. Djerba has one of the largest international airports in Tunisia and some of the best resorts of the country. The conference will be held in a five star hotel.
June 15th, 2009 : Proposal for workshop/tutorial/special session
June 30th, 2009 : Regular paper submission deadline
August 30th, 2009 : Notification of acceptance
September 30th, 2009 : camera-ready paper due date
Circuits and Electronics

• Analog and Mixed Circuits
• Ultra-Low-Voltage and Sub-Threshold Logic Design
• RF Circuits and Sub-Circuits
• Embedded Systems
• SOC, SIP Design
• Biomedical Circuits and Systems
• Photonic and Optoelectronic Circuits
• High Performance Digital VLSI Circuits
• Advanced Signal-processing and Microprocessor Architectures
• Instrumentation/Measurement
• RFID and ISM band Systems
• Wireline Receiver and Transmitters

Nanotechnology and MEMS

• Advanced Nano and MEMS Technologies
• MEMS Design
• Sensors and Sensor Networks
• Molecular and organic electronics
• Energy sources and harvesting
• Manufacturing, Assembly and Packaging
• Highly Integrated Packaging
• Design Automation, Test and Reliability
• Computer Aided Design
• Biological Effects and Medical Applications

Signals and Communications
• Speech Processing and Coding
• Image/Video Processing and Coding
• Emerging Wireless Systems
• Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
• Digital Communications
• Wireless Mesh and Broadband Local/Personal Area Networks
• 3G/4G Wireless Communications
• Satellite Network Systems
• Software Defined/Cognitive Radio
• Broadband Fixed Wireless and Last-Mile Access Techniques
• Propagation and Channel Characterization/Modeling
• Radars and Broadband Communications
• RF Tracking and Positioning
• Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Systems

Systems Automation and e-Learning

• Computational Intelligence
• Knowledge Based Approaches
• Pattern Recognition
• Intelligent Systems Design
• Machine Learning, Soft Computing
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• Embedded Systems Design
• Linear and Nonlinear Control
• Smart Mechatronics Devices
• Autonomous and Cognitive Robotics
• E-Learning and Online Education
• Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Learning
General co-Chairs:
Fakhri Karray, University of Waterloo, Canada

Mohamed Masmoudi, University of Sfax, Tunisia

Program co- Chairs:
Slim Boumaiza, University of Waterloo, Canada

Udo Schwalke
Institute for Semiconductor Technology and Nanoelectronics, Germany

Conference Secretariat: