1st IEEE/ACM Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Sensor Networks
April 8, 2013, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (Part of the CPS-Week 2013)
Usman A. Khan
, Tufts University and Waheed U. Bajwa
, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Workshop Email: email@example.com
Workshop Program html PDF updated Apr. 03, 2013
The slides from the talks are now available...
Sensor networks aim to provide scalable, robust, and self-configurable architectures for several real-world problems such as remote monitoring, autonomous surveillance, and distributed inference of complex, often large-scale, dynamical systems. The aim of this workshop is to explore the signal and information processing community's understanding of the big challenges in sensor networks and initiate a discussion for future collaborations between the signal/information processing and the CPS communities.
Workshop Format and Call for Papers
The workshop will consist of an invited keynote session, an invited oral session, a panel discussion, and a contributed poster session. Authors interested in contributing to the poster session are encouraged to submit a 2 page extended summary in two-column format (10 pt or 11 pt font) that provides sufficient details for reviewing purposes. Authors of accepted papers will be encouraged (but not required) to submit a full, 5-page paper in two-column format (10 pt or 11 pt font) for workshop proceedings.
SPAdeS-Nets 2013 will take place during the workshop day of CPSWeek 2013
on April 8, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Please refer to the CPSWeek 2013 website
for registration, directions, and accommodation information.
Important Deadlines for Contributed Poster Session
Submission of 2-page extended summary:
March 7, 2013 (Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final decisions on the submitted papers sent to authors:
March 17, 2013
Final paper for (optional) inclusion in proceedings:
April 1, 2013 (Send to: email@example.com
José M. F. Moura
, Carnegie Mellon University
Ali H. Sayed
, University of California, Los Angeles
Oral Session Speakers
, University of California, Santa Barbara
, McGill University
, University of Pennsylvania
, Wayne State University
What role would signal and information processing play in shaping the future of sensor networks?
Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Engineering