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International Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop 2017

16 Août 2016

Catégorie : Conférence internationale

The 4th BASP Frontiers workshop will take place from Jan 29 to Feb 03 2017 in its traditional Ski Resort of the Swiss Alps. This year’s scientific program is just as cutting-edge as usual, on the theoretical signal processing, biomedical imaging, and astronomical data processing fronts. The all-inclusive 4-star venue organisation should as always help you relax and focus on interdisciplinary science.

Abstract submission window is Sept 1 - Oct 1 2016, both for researchers willing to submit an abstract for deluxe poster contribution and for invited contributions. All abstracts are subject to peer review.

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The International Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) Frontiers workshop was created to promote synergies between selected topics in astronomy and biomedical sciences, around common challenges for signal processing. Building on the success of the first workshops (2011, 2013 and 2015), BASP Frontiers 2017 will gather around 100 participants and open its floor to many interesting hot topics in theoretical, astrophysical, and biomedical signal processing, with a particular focus on imaging.

Ski and full board philosophy: Following our tradition, BASP Frontiers 2017 will take place from Jan 29 to Feb 03 2017 in Villars-sur-Ollon, a nice resort in the Swiss Alps close to Lausanne and Lake Geneva. All participants will be accommodated at the 4 star Hotel du Golf and Spa in a full board regime. The most fruitful discussions often take place after the sessions themselves, on the terrace, or during breakfast, lunch, or dinner. We hope that the winter atmosphere will further promote discussion and creativity.

Organizing commitee:


Prof. Yves Wiaux, Heriot-Watt University, UK


Prof. Michaël Lustig, University of California Berkeley, USA

Prof. Jason McEwen, University College London, UK

Prof. Philip Schniter, Ohio State University, USA

Workshop structure: The workshop is structured around morning and evening sessions of three hours each, including talks and posters. Among a total of nine sessions, between Sunday and Thursday, three will be focused on signal processing, three on astro-imaging, and three on bio-imaging.

Invited and contributed work: Session organizers are invited by the area chairs. Each session organizer is responsible for the speaker invitations for keynote and standard talks, as well as for two to three poster presentations. Contributions for non-invited poster presentations are subject to abstract accceptance.

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