iwssip 2020

june 3-5

the 27th international conference

on systems, signals and

image processing

About the conference

The 27th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing, IWSSIP 2020 will be held in Niterói, metropolitan region of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from June 03 to 05. The conference will be hosted by Federal Fluminense University, Institute of Computing (UFF/IC)

IWSSIP brings together researchers and developers from both academia and industry to report on the latest scientific and theoretical advances to discuss and debate major issues and to demonstrate state-of-the-art systems. IWSSIP 2020 will follow the successful events previously held in Budapest, Manchester, Poznan, Zagreb, Bratislava, Maribor, Bucharest, Prague, Chalkida, Rio de Janeiro, Sarajevo, Vienna, Dubrovnik, London and Osijek.

The program will include keynote talks presented by eminent experts in the field and presentations of peer reviewed contributed papers. Several special sessions will be organized during the conference. Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to these special sessions.

Keynote speakers

Prof. Dr. Marcelo Gattass

- Tecgraf / PUC-RJ -

tecgraf.puc-rio.br

Coming soon

Prof. Dr. Dorina Popovici

- University Politehnica of Bucharesti, Romania -

Title: Bio-stimulation and Physiologic Effects of Low Laser Therapy

This talk starts with Physics of Lasers. Then it considers components of all Lasers and Laser properties. The five phenomena when a laser beam projected to tissue are explained. Then you will know about photocoagulation, photo-vaporization, and how the selective absorption works. Application in dermatology and in dentistry are discussed

Prof. Dr. Elhadj Benkhelifa

- Stafforshire University, UK -

Coming soon

Prof. Dr. Panos Liatsis

- Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science -

- Khalifa University, UAE -

Call For Papers

Paper submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers (maximum of six pages, including figures and references) of novel research material. Papers must be submitted electronically by February 29th, 2020 (final extension) using Easy Chair. Each paper will be single-blind reviewed by at least two independent reviewers and evaluated with particular attention to its originality, significance, and clarity.

If you have any questions, please contact the publication chairs at iwssip2020-cfp@ic.uff.br

Call for papers
Paper submission
Word template
Latex template

Journal Special Issue

The Scientific Committee of the IWSSIP 2020 will invite a selection of outstanding papers presented at the conference for review and potential publication on a special issue of the International Journal of Innovative Computing and Applications (IJICA). The selected conference papers to become journal manuscripts will have to provide at least 50% new material, compared to the conference paper. They will be double-blind reviewed according to the IJICA's policy, and they will be evaluated based on originality, technical, and research content/depth, correctness, contributions, and readability.

Tutorials

Aristofanes Correa Silva

- UFMA -

Luis Fernando Marin

- PUC-RJ -

Being Meta-Learning the study of methods based on principles that explore the Meta-Knowledge to obtain efficient models and solutions, adapting the processes of Machine Learning and Data Mining. this tutorial presents how researchers can analyze and use in many applications the advantages offered by Meta-Learning in field of digital signal and image processing.

ANDRE B. CAVALCANTE

- UFMA -

GABRIEL JIGA

- UNIVERSITY "POLITEHNICA" OF BUCHAREST -

- FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT OF THECNOLOGICAL SYSTEMS -

Geographical locations and topography, criminological aspects and virtual DNA laboratories, remote uses for developing a business in digital marketing, practical aspect for new opportunities.

Topics of

Interest

  • Signal Processing
  • Image and Video Processing
  • Speech and Audio Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Multimedia
  • Network
  • Security
  • Wireless Communications
  • Modern ICT in E-learning

Important Dates

Venue

Niteroi, the Smile City, boasts the title of the Rio de Janeiro State Capital of Quality of Life. It lies across Guanabara Bay facing the city of Rio de Janeiro and forms part of its Metropolitan Area. Niteroi is home to the biggest number of works designed by the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. It is a cosmopolitan city that offers a variety of entertainment, gastronomy, cultural attractions, and also charming oceanic or in-bay beaches for all tastes.

Accommodation

Travel Informations

In order to facilitate your travel arrangements the Organizing Committee has chosen: Creative Events & Tourism as Official Travel Agency. The Agency has negotiated special rates for IWSSIP delegates in the Conference Official Hotel, H Niteroi . The links below will redirect you to the Official Travel Agency website, where you can check:

Registration fees for participants

Full Registration Partner Society Member Full Registration Student Registration
Early registration (before May 15, 2020) 480 EUR 430 EUR 220 EUR
Late registration 550 EUR 500 EUR 270 EUR

Each accepted paper must be accompanied by a full registration. Each full registration covers maximum 2 papers, but special discount can be applied for more papers (please contact us). Please give the title and ID of the paper(s) in the registration form. Failure to register before the deadline will result in a withdrawal of the paper from the conference program and proceedings. Any paper included in the conference program, but not presented at the conference according to the published schedule will not appear in the official proceedings.


Payment methods:

1: Bank transfer payment :

Bank: Banco do Brasil

Branch: 4690-6 (Estilo Niterói-RJ)

Branch address: Rua General Pereira da Silva 171, CEP 24230-020 – Niterói – RJ – Brazil

Account: 50.000-3

Swift code: BRASBRRJSBO

International Bank Account Number (IBAN): BR7100000000046900000500003C1

Account holder: José Raphael Bokehi

Account holder address: Rua Passo da Pátria 156, CEP 24210-240 – Niterói RJ – Brazil

To ensure correct payment of your registration fee, you must include in the bank transfer "Transaction Description" area, the following code:

IWSSIP2020 PaperID(*) Participant's name(in Capital)

were PaperID(*) is the number you received in the EasyChair

Example: IWSSIP2020 124 CONCI

Organizer

Partners

Committees

Honorary Chair

- Branka Zovko-Cihlar
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
University of Zagreb, Croatia

Publication Co-Chairs

- Anselmo C. Paiva - UFMA
- Erick S. Delvizio - IEEE RJ Section
- Geraldo Braz Jr. - UFMA
- Joao Dallyson S. A. - UFMA
- Leandro A. F. Fernandes - UFF
- Renato M.N. Jorge - FEUP

General Chairs

- Aura Conci, Leandro A. F. Fernandes
Computer Institute
Federal University Fluminense, Brazil

International program committee

  • Narcis BEHLILOVIC
  • Aura CONCi
  • Jan CORNELIS
  • Žarko ČUČEJ
  • Marek DOMAŃSKI
  • Touradj EBRAHIMI
  • Dušan GLECH
  • Mislav GRGIĆ
  • Sonja GRGIĆ
  • Ebroul IZQUIERDO
  • Dimitrios KARRAS
  • Aggelos KATSAGGELO
  • Erich LEITGEB
  • Fabiana LETA
  • Panos LIATSIS
  • Ratislav LUKAC
  • Galya MARINOVA
  • Marta MRAK
  • Ioannis PITAS
  • Peter PLANINŠIČ
  • Pavol PODHRADSKY
  • Snježana RIMAC-DRLJE
  • Gregor ROZINAJ
  • Markus RUPP
  • Angel SANCHEZ
  • Martin SLANINA
  • Ryszard STASIŃSKI
  • Boris ŠIMAK
  • Rodica TUDUCE
  • Ján TURÁN
  • Stamatis VOLIOTIS
  • Krzysztof WAJDA
  • Yo-Sung HO
  • Theodore ZAHARIADIS
  • Branka ZOVKO-CIHLAR

Local program committee

  • Adriel Santos - UFF
  • Alan Kubrusly - PUC-Rio
  • Anna de Falco - PUC-Rio
  • Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva - UFMA
  • Antônio J. Silva Neto - UERJ
  • Artur L. Andrade - UFF
  • Célio V. Neves de Albuquerque - UFF
  • Creto Vidal - UFC
  • Débora Saade - UFF
  • Diego Brandão - CEFET/RJ
  • Djenane Pamplona - PUC-Rio
  • Dorimar Cardoso Tirre - UFF
  • Eldman O. Nunes - UNIFACS
  • Esteban Clua - UFF
  • Evandro Ottoni - UFES
  • Fátima Nunes - USP
  • Flávia Cristine H. Pastura - INT/MCTIC
  • Flávio Luiz Seixas - UFF
  • Gilson Giraldi - LNCC
  • Jose Ramon - UFF
  • Jose Raphael Bokehi - UFF
  • Leandro A. F. Fernandes - UFF
  • Luiz Marcos G. Goncalves - UFRN
  • Maira B. M. Hernandes - UFF
  • Maria Cristina P. L. Zamberlan - INT/MCTIC
  • Mateus Monteiro - UFF
  • Natalia Castro Fernandes - UFF
  • Oumar Diene - UFRJ/ IEEE RJ Section
  • Raul Queiroz - PUC-Rio
  • Renato Manuel Natal Jorge - FEUP- Porto
  • Roger Resmini - UFMT
  • Simone Vasconcelos - IFF
  • Vania Vidal - UFC
  • Yona Lopes - UFF

Divulgation and communication committee

  • Adriel Santos - UFF
  • Anna de Falco - PUC-Rio
  • Dorimar Cardoso Tirre - UFF
  • Mateus Monteiro - UFF

special and challenge sessions


Special Session on Signal and Image Processing for Smart Cities

From more than two decades, the concept of "smart city" (also called "intelligent city" or "digital city") has become more and more popular in scientific literature. Smart Cities (SCs) commonly refer to urban spaces that make use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to enhance the quality and performance of urban services such as energy, transportation, critical infrastructures, and other urban utilities in order to reduce resource energy consumption, wastage, CO2 emissions and overall costs. SCs aim to improve urban management performance by using massive data to provide better services to citizens, to monitor and optimize existing infrastructures, and to encourage innovative business models in both private and public sectors.

The SC field has made very important progress in recent years. However, the challenges are so many and diverse that they still require extensive research and validation before SC can become a standard way of conceiving urban development. For example, the monitoring of urban spaces (e.g. for maintenance purposes) in SCs is complex and time-consuming since this space is currently surrounded by (or it is embedded with) smart Internet-of-Things (IoT) systems for capturing and processing huge amounts of data. Additionally, these tasks can also receive data from citizens' smartphones under a crowd-sourcing philosophy. SCs are supported by extensive digital infrastructure of (signal and imaging) sensors, real-time data, databases, and intelligent applications (i.e. software embedded in the various components forming the intelligent urban ecosystem).

In this special session, we are particularly interested in applications which relate the use of signal and image processing approaches to smart cities' applications, services and infrastructures. Examples of topics of interest for this Special Session (but not limited to these) are:


Submission Guidelines

In order to submit to this special session, please access https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iwssipsc2020. This special session acccept submission of full papers, which template can be found in http://iwssip2020.ic.uff.br/. Papers must have minimum of four and maximum of six pages, including figures and references, of novel research material. Papers must be submitted electronically by March 28th, 2020 (this is a hard deadline and will not be extended) using Easy Chair. Each paper will be single-blind reviewed by at least two independent reviewers and evaluated with particular attention to its originality, significance, and clarity. Papers will be published by IEEE, joined to IWSSIP proceedings, as a special session.

Important Dates:

  • Paper Submission: March 28th, 2020
  • Paper Acceptance Notification: April 5th, 2020
  • Camera-Ready Papers Due: April 19th, 2020

Session Organizers:
  • Prof. Angel Sanchez
  • Technical School of Computer Science, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid (Spain)
  • E-mail: angel.sanchez@urjc.es
  • Prof. Jean-Bernard Hayet
  • Mathematics Research Center (CIMAT), Guanajuato (Mexico)
  • E-mail: jbhayet@cimat.mx

Contact Us

Av. Gal. Milton Tavares de Souza, s/n - São Domingos, Niterói - RJ, 24210-310

+55 21 2629-2960

iwssip2020@ic.uff.br