Call for contributions
Thematic MonthMathematics for Signals, Images and Structured Data
CIRM (Marseille, France), 25 January - 26 February 2021
Signal and image processing is a discipline at the interface of several major scientific fields. In particular, mathematics plays a key role in understanding and modeling problems, and developing the algorithms for solving them. Initially, deeply associated with analysis, statistics and probability theory, mathematical approaches to signal processing involve increasingly diverse areas of mathematics, in response to the emergence of new issues and new types of data. The goal of this thematic month is to review the latest advances in mathematics for signal and image processing, their emergence and impact on several application fields (physics, biology, bio-medical, etc.) It will start with a research doctoral school on “Machine learning and signal processing”. The following four weeks will be devoted to international conferences that will focus on more specific themes. For further information please visit the program web site.
Research school: candidates are invited to submit their application (including a CV and a short motivation letter) at the CIRM web site. They are also encouraged to submit an extended abstract (template) for the poster sessions of the school at the submission site.
Conferences: besides invited talks, the four conferences will include shorter contributed talks and posters. Potential authors are invited to submit two pages extended abstract, using the template, on the following four topics:
Submit extended abstracts at:https://msisd2021.sciencesconf.org/
Pre-register (conferences) at:https://conferences.cirm-math.fr/2331.html
Apply(research school) at:https://conferences.cirm-math.fr/2472.html
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