Call for Tutorial Proposals
The tutorial sessions of the APSIPA ASC program are offered to keep the audience abreast of new and exciting areas of research in signal and information processing. These tutorials are intended to be timely, accessible, and free. The Program Committee of APSIPA ASC 2021 is now accepting proposals in all areas of signal and information processing.
Tutorial proposals will be reviewed and selected based on relevance, quality, value, timeliness, and novelty. Tutorials will be held on Tuesday, December 14, 2021.
Each tutorial proposal should include the following information:
- - Title of the tutorial
- - Presenter's name, contact information, short biography, and selected publications
- - Abstract and duration, half-day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours), of the tutorial
- - Importance and timeliness of the tutorial -Outline of the tutorial and the material to be presented
- - Previous tutorial experience and the audience size of each past tutorial
If you intend to propose a tutorial, please provide a proposal using the template that includes the above information (or alternatively using Google Forms), and send it to the following APSIPA ASC 2021 Tutorial Chairs: Kazunori Hayashi, KokSheik Wong, and Chung-Hsien Wu.
By submitting a proposal, the presenter(s) understand the APSIPA policy of strongly encouraging video-recording the tutorial for education purposes if the proposal is accepted.
Submission of Proposals for Tutorials:
1 May 2021 1 June 2021
Notification of Proposal Acceptance:
1 June 2021 1 July 2021
Submission of Tutorial Notes: 25 November 2021
Kazunori HayashiKyoto University
hayashi.kazunori.4w at kyoto-u.ac.jp
KokSheik WongMonash University Malaysia
wong.koksheik at monash.edu
Chung-Hsien WuNational Cheng Kung University
chwu at csie.ncku.edu.tw