Abstract submission information

Submission page to appear in due course.

 

The workshop is structured around morning and evening sessions of three hours each, including talks and posters. Among a total of nine sessions over five days, three sessions will be focused on signal processing, three on astro-imaging, and three on bio-imaging. Each of the nine sessions will consist of: one keynote talk, 30' + 5' of interaction; four standard talks, 20' + 5' of interaction; up to five posters, 45' during coffee or aperitif with an additional 1’ of presentation at the end of the talks.

Session organizers will work jointly with the respective area chairs to invite one speaker for a keynote talk, four speakers for standard talks, as well as two to three speakers for poster presentations. Contributions for non-invited poster presentations are subject to abstract accceptance. An additional two to three contributions for non-invited poster presentations are expected.

All keynote talks, standard talks and poster contributions should be submitted as a maximum 1-page abstract for the proceedings. The abstract should be prepared using either the LaTeX or the Word template. Note that the abstract should be converted into PDF before submission.

All abstracts will undergo a review process. Invited abstracts are automatically accepted, possibly subject to minor revision. Proposed contributions will undergo a full review process. The workshop proceedings will be made publicly available by the workshop date on the proceedings page.

One full registration fee will have to be paid for each abstract (keynote talks excluded). Invitation to talk is not transferable. Skype talks are not possible.

For more detailed information on the overall structure of the program and contributions, please refer to the workshop structure page.