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Intelligent Signal Processing (ISP) Conference

2 - 3 December 2013 | Strand Palace Hotel, London, UK





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To get involved in the programme contact the Event Producer, Ching Wan.



Call for papers

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This is your opportunity to exchange and share your latest work in the field of Intelligent Signal Processing with leading academic and industrial engineers and researchers. Attendees at ISP 2013 will gain exposure to state-of-the-art methods in the field and emerging application domains.


The event will be an ideal forum for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists, at every career stage, to meet and network.


Read more about ISP 2013 and the key areas of focus and benefits this conference has to offer to authors and delegates alike.


Register your place today where you will meet with our four keynote speakers and hear presentations on a wide range of technical topics with applications across many industries.


The ISP committee welcomes you to the Strand Palace on 2-3 December! You can either register online or download and complete a registration form.


View the registration page for further details.

The Intelligent Signal Processing committee welcomes abstracts on a wide range of technical topics with application across many industries.



Call for papers have now closed. All proposals are currently being refereed by our reviewing committee. Applicants will be notified by Monday 1 July 2013 if they have been successful or otherwise.



View the author information page and submit your abstract by Monday 3 June 2013.

Intelligent Signal Processing offers a superb opportunity to raise the profile of your company through direct contact with key people working with signal processing across a range of industries.


For more details please contact:


Mandy Mercer
Sponsorship Sales Executive
Tel: +44 (0)1438 765 571
Fax: +44 (0)1438 765 515


Find out more about sponsoring the event.

Welcome note from Jonathon Chambers, Committee Chairman

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"The conference organising committee for ISP 2013 was delighted by the response to the call for contributions. Some 80 extended abstracts were submitted from across the globe, from which we have selected 55 works to be extended to full conference papers.

"These decisions were based on at least two independent reviews and we applied a hard cut off to ensure a quality and informative event.

"We are particularly pleased that the oral paper sessions are being led by a large percentage of industrialists.

"The authors of selected conference papers may be invited to extend their work into regular full paper submissions for a special issue to appear in the IET Signal Processing journal, and it is expected that accepted full conference papers will appear on IEEE Xplore. All authors should therefore aim to achieve near journal quality presentation in their conference papers. ISP 2013 will be a unique opportunity for the UK signal processing community to engage with academic and industrial engineers and researchers from across the globe.

"It will also be a precursor for the launch event of the new University Defence Research Collaboration in Signal Processing which will be held at the same venue on Wednesday 4 December – further details will appear on the University Defence Research Collaboration in Signal Processing website. Don't miss out on this special event, register now!"



Notification of abstract acceptanceMonday 1 July 2013
Submission of full papersMonday 29 July 2013
Notification of full paper acceptanceMonday 19 August 2013
Author registrationMonday 2 September 2013
Submission of presentation slides for oral presentersMonday 11 November 2013
Conference commencesMonday 2 December 2013


Please also check out:

Sensor Signal Processing for Defence 2013: UDRC Phase 2
Wednesday 4 December 2013 | Stand Palace Hotel, London, UK | 09:30 – 16:00

This year the Signal and Sensor Processing for Defence (SSPD) annual event will launch the next phase of the University Defence Research Collaboration (UDRC) for Signal Processing: Signal Processing in the Networked Battlespace.

The event will be free to attend and is aligned with the IET Intelligent Signal Processing Conference. The event will consist of keynote talks from leading industry and government defence experts; an introduction to the new phase of the UDRC and a networking event.

If you would like to attend, please email Janet Forbes to reserve a place.

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