Aim of the Symposium
The purpose of this symposium is to be a forum where researchers in computational sensing working in seemingly unrelated applications can learn, discover and, exchange on their new findings and challenges. As such, researchers are encouraged to present their recent developments (possibly already published) in the form of a platform or poster presentation or a show-and-tell demo. We welcome 2-page extended abstract submissions related to the following topics:
Radar and Remote Sensing
Signal Processing for Computational Sensing
Deep Learning for Computational Sensing
2-page Abstract Submissions: 15 22 March 2023 (extension)
Notification of Acceptance: 15 April 2023
Author Registration: 15 May 2023
ISCS is planned to be a hybrid conference.
All abstracts should be covered by an author registration and presented in-person.
Covered and presented abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings.
Live streaming of sessions will be possible for only non-speaker attendees.
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The submission deadline is March 15 22, 2022 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time (extension).
All contributions, i.e., platform presentations, poster presentations, and show-and-tell demos, should be submitted as a 2-page extended abstract created with the ISCS LaTeX template, in PDF format.
In-person show-and-tell demos can be of the whole computational sensing system or of only a part of it (in case of large or cumbersome set-ups) supplemented by posters and videos.
Only references may extend to a third page.
The text and mathematics must be in a font-size no smaller than 9pt .
Papers should present recent research results (possibly already published).
All the contributions will be peer-reviewed.
Up to 20 abstracts will be accepted for platform presentations.
Up to 20 abstracts will be accepted for poster presentations.
Up to 20 abstracts will be accepted for show-and-tell demos.
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The author registration deadline is May 15, 2023 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
The non-author registration deadline for in-person attendance is June 1, 2023 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
There is no deadline for online attendance. Registration is mandatory.
All contributions should be covered by at least one author registration.
The registration includes
access to the symposium,
three coffee breaks and lunch on-site (June 12-14),
social event and symposium banquet (June 13).
The proceedings will be available on ArXiv.