Call for Tutorials
The International Conference on Acoustics, Speech & Signal Processing (ICASSP), is the IEEE Signal Processing Society’s flagship conference on signal processing and its applications. The 48th edition of ICASSP will be held in the Greek island of Rhodes. The programme will include keynotes by pre-eminent international speakers, cutting-edge tutorial topics, forward-looking special sessions, and several novel satellite events. ICASSP also provides a great networking opportunity with a wide range of like-minded professionals from academia. Our goal for ICASSP2023 is to organize it as an in-person conference; so, for each accepted tutorial, its proposer(s) will have to present it in-person in Rhodes.
Conference Topics (although not limited to)
- Applied Signal Processing Systems
- Audio & Acoustic Signal Processing
- Biomedical Imaging & Signal Processing
- Compressive Sensing, Sparse Modelling
- Computational Imaging
- Computer Vision
- Deep Learning/Machine Learning for Signal Processing
- Image, Video & Multidimensional Signal Processing
- Industrial Signal Processing
- Information Forensics & Security
- Internet of Things
- Multimedia Signal Processing
- Quantum Signal Processing
- Remote Sensing and Signal Processing
- Sensor Array & Multichannel Signal Processing
- Signal Processing for Big Data
- Signal Processing for Communication & Networking
- Signal Processing for Cyber Security
- Signal Processing for Education
- Signal Processing Over Graphs
- Signal Processing Theory & Methods
- Speech & Language Processing
Call for Tutorial Proposals
Tutorial proposals in all areas of signal processing and its applications, as listed in the conference topics, are warmly invited, and encouraged, especially those related to the theme of the conference (Signal processing in the AI era) and to new and emerging topics.
Tutorials will have a duration of 3 hours, with 20 min break in between, and will take place before the main technical program. The goal for ICASSP2023 is to organize it as an in-person conference; so, for each accepted tutorial, its proposer(s) will have to present it in-person in Rhodes. An honorarium of $1000 will be given per tutorial.
Please read carefully the guidelines outlined next before submitting your tutorial proposal via this submission link.
Tutorial proposals should not exceed 2 pages and should include the following essential information.
- Title of the tutorial.
- Presenter name(s), contact information, short biography (max. 1000 char.), and five recent related publications.
- A summary of presenter’s previous tutorial delivery experience.
- The rationale for the tutorial including:
- the importance,
- novelty of the tutorial, and
- how it can introduce new ideas, topics, and tools to the SP community.
- A detailed description of the tutorial outlining the topics and subtopics covered.
- A statement of any previous or related versions of this tutorial.
Tutorial proposals will be peer-reviewed based on the above information. The titles of selected tutorials will be posted in the conference webpage and the tutorials which do not attract sufficient registrants may be cancelled.
|Tutorial Proposals Submission Deadline||November 2, 2022|
|Tutorial Acceptance Notification||December 15, 2022|
Aggelos Katsaggelos, Northwestern U, USA
Ana Perez-Neira, CTTC/UPC, Spain