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The Technical Committee on Information Forensics and Security (IFS-TC) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society is inviting proposals for the third offering of its flagship workshop (WIFS 2011), to be held in 2011.
Interested groups and individuals are strongly encouraged to approach the members of the IEEE IFS-TC WIFS subcommittee to openly discuss and improve their proposals. There is currently no continental rotation policy being strictly enforced, although the IFS-TC will work to provide diversity in location while maintaining the high quality of the workshop. Visit this web page for full information of the call, including details on the aspects that should be addressed by each proposal.
Full proposals must be sent by email no later than September 20, 2010 to Dr. Gwenaël DOËRR, the Chair of the IEEE IFS-TC WIFS sub-committee, at <gwenael.doerr AT technicolor.com>. The selected proposal will be announced in December 2010 during the social event of IEEE WIFS 2010 in Seattle, WA, USA.
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