Friday, January 15, 2010

SAM 2010 – The 6th IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop

The SAM Workshop is a major IEEE event devoted to sensor array and multichannel signal processing. The organizing committee invites the international community to present and discuss state-of-the-art developments in the field. SAM 2010 will feature plenary talks by leading researchers in the field as well as poster sessions, and a number of special sessions organized by internationally recognized experts. The workshop will take place in Kibutz Ma'ale Hahamisha, located between Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem.


Authors are invited to submit contributions in the following areas:

• Adaptive beamforming

• Detection and estimation

• Direction-of-arrival estimation

• Space-time adaptive processing

• Radar and sonar array processing

• Array processing for communications

• Array processing for biomedical applications • Microphone and loudspeaker array applications • Synthetic aperture techniques • Waveform diverse sensors and systems • Multichannel imaging • Performance evaluations with experimental data • Statistical modeling for sensor arrays • Blind source separation and channel identification • MIMO systems and space-time coding • Sensor networks • Non-Gaussian, nonlinear, and non-stationary models • Intelligent systems and knowledge-based signal processing • Computational and optimization techniques for array processing • Compressive sensing

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length, four-page papers. The papers will be handled and reviewed electronically through the workshop website at . Comprehensive guidelines for paper preparation and submission can be found at the workshop website.

Special session proposals should be submitted by e-mail to the Technical Program Chairs and should include a topical title, rationale, session outline, contact information, and a list of invited speakers. Special session authors are referred to the SAM2010 website for additional information regarding submissions.

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