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Summer School on Models for Embedded Signal Processing Systems

Date: Aug. 30 – Sep. 3, 2010, 

Location: Lorentz Center, Leiden University, 2300 RA Leiden, the Netherlands.

Scientific organizers: S.S. Bhattacharyya (College Park, USA); E.F. Deprettere (Leiden, Netherlands).

Registration: Lorentz Center does not charge registration fees, but there is a participation fee of EUR 100 to cover part of the hands-on expenses and lectures.  There are still some free-registration slots available.

This Summer School on Models for Embedded Signal Processing Systems is the first in a series of summer schools to be held the coming decade in various venues worldwide.  The objective of this Summer School is to provide graduate students, early stage researchers, and practitioners in signal processing and embedded signal processing systems related domains state-of-the-art model-based approaches to the specification and design of signal processing systems. The school will conclude with a key note talk, seminars evaluation, and wrap ups by participants. Apart from attending the seminars, attendees will participate in hands-on projects and brain storm session addressing research issues covered by the presentations.  Please see the program for more details, and please contact the Workshop Coordinator Corrie Kuster for help and questions.

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