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Call for Papers for IEEE SSP 2022 - 22nd IEEE Statistical Signal Processing workshop
The IEEE Statistical Signal Processing (SSP) workshop is one of the foremost international conferences on statistical signal processing and its applications. The 22nd edition of SSP will be held from 3-6 July 2022 in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam: a 1000-year-old city with a mix of rich history and modern appeal and proud of local culture and cuisine. The programme will feature many world-class plenary speakers for emerging topics, as well as regular and special sessions covering the latest research and innovation in the field.
We invite prospective authors to submit full-length papers of not more than four pages of technical content, with a fifth page containing only references. The template and formatting guidelines are posted at http://avitech.uet.vnu.edu.vn/ssp2022. All accepted papers must be presented at the workshop in order to be included in the proceedings. There will be best student paper awards.
Please refer to the conference webpage for more information about Special Session proposals and submissions.
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