Signal Processing & Next Generation Communication Systems

Track Co-chair(s):

  1. Soon Xin Ng (Michael), University of Southampton, United Kingdom
  2. Muhammad Fasih Uddin Butt, COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), Pakistan

Signal processing & Communications are very intimately related research areas, which have found applications in many diverse fields, including multimedia systems, biomedical systems, radio communications, visible-light communications and quantum communications. The Signal Processing and Communications track deals with both the theory and application aspects. Papers with original work in all related application areas are invited. Participation from Asia Pacific region is particularly encouraged. The topics of interest include, but not limited to the following:

  • Digital Filter Design
  • Audio and Music Signal Processing
  • Acoustic and Speech Signal Processing
  • Multimedia Signal Processing and Communications
  • Image Processing and Applications
  • Adaptive and Intelligent Signal Processing
  • Blind Source Separation
  • Active Noise Control Systems
  • Acoustic Echo Cancellation
  • Biomedical Signal Analysis, Processing, and System Design
  • Adaptive Filters: Theory, Methods, and Applications
  • Communication: Theory and Systems
  • Adaptive wireless systems
  • Human Machine Interface and Communication
  • Mobile and Wireless Communication
  • Joint source-channel optimization techniques
  • Signal processing for MIMO and OFDM systems
  • Transceiver designs for 5G networks
  • Machine Learning for wireless communications
  • Energy harvesting techniques
  • Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer (SWIPT)
  • Orthogonal Multiple Access (OMA) and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Assess (NOMA)
  • Cognitive Radio and Cooperative Communications
  • Channel coding and modulation techniques
  • Visible-light communications
  • Quantum communications
  • Other Emerging Applications of Signal Processing and Communications