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IEEE Signal Processing in Medicine and Biology Symposium (SPMB11)
Sponsored by IEEE Region 1 / NYU-Poly / CCNY
- William Bialek, Princeton University
Fundamental physical limits in biological systems
- Simon Kelly, City College of New York
Continuous stimulation paradigms for attention and decision making
- Elisa Konofagou Columbia University
Physiologic cardiovascular strain and intrinsic wave imaging
- Liam Paninski, Columbia University
Challenges and opportunities in statistical neuroscience
- Bryan Conroy and Paul Sajda, Columbia University
Fusing Simultaneous EEG and fMRI via Linked Single-trial Variability
- Eero Simoncelli, New York University
Optimal estimation in the human visual system
- Mario Svirsky, New York University
Adaptation to a degraded signal improves speech perception by cochlear implant users
- Analysis of EEG, ECG, respiratory and other biomedical signals
- Linear, nonlinear, and adaptive filtering and prediction
- Time-frequency and non-stationary signal analysis
- Machine learning and classification
- Multi-sensor and array processing
- Signal processing methods in bioinformatics
- Medical imaging - image formation, analysis, etc.
- Component analysis (PCA, ICA, etc.) and source separation
- Synchronization, coherence, coupling, connectivity and causality
- Artifact rejection
- Brain-computer interfaces (BCI)
- Nonlinear dynamics and system modeling
- Biomedical instrumentation for novel signal measurement
- Open problems, emerging techniques and applications
Submission of papers
Prospective speakers are invited to submit a manuscript with authorsʼ contact information by filling the form below or by email to to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 11, 2011.
Please prepare manuscripts using the IEEE Latex or MS Word template.
Manuscripts should not be longer than 6 pages.
- Submission of papers November 11, 2011 (Extended from October 31)
- Program to be posted November 18, 2011
- Early registration deadline December 2, 2011
Please register for the symposium at http://spmb11.eventbrite.com/
Special Early Registration (by December 2): $30 for IEEE members, $45 for non-IEEE members.
Late Registration (after December 2): $75 for IEEE members, $100 for non-IEEE members.
The early registration fee is subsidized by the Symposium Sponsors. Registration includes lunch.
- Conference Chair: Ivan Selesnick, NYU-Poly, email@example.com
- Conference Co-Chair: Charles Rubenstein, Pratt Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Technical Program Chair: Lucas Parra, City College of New York
- Publications Chair: Susan Frank, IEEE Long Island Vice Chair
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