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ISSNIP 2004 Workshop on Biologically Inspired Models

ISSNIP 2004 Workshop on Biologically Inspired Models
14-17 December
Melbourne, Australia


Call for Papers

This workshop aims to bring together Australian and international researchers in the area of biologically inspired models applied to audio and visual signal processing. The focus of the workshop will be the theories and applications of biological models to processing of such signals. Biological models include models directly replicating biological processes and those inspired by biological processing. 

The workshop will be held together with the International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (http://www.issnip.org/), which is organized by The University of Melbourne, sponsored by CENDSS, Melbourne and the CRC for Sensor Signal and Information Processing CSSIP, Melbourne and technically co-sponsored by IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. The workshop will feature technical presentations and four invited talks held over one or two days depending on the number of technical presentations submitted and accepted. Any papers that describe the use of bio-inspired models for audio and visual signal processing will be considered. These include, but are not limited to,

Speech recognition, Audio coding, Auditory prostheses, Visual prostheses, Robot vision, Image/video compression

Workshop Invited Speakers

Hynek Hermansky, IDIAP Martigny, Switzerland, and OGI School of Oregon Health and Sciences University, Oregon, USA

Graeme Clark, The Bionic Ear Institute, Australia

Workshop structure and attendance

The workshop is aimed to be a high communicative meeting place for researchers working on similar topics, but from different communities. In order to achieve these goals, the workshop will consist of one or two invited talks, followed by short presentations and longer discussions. Workshop attendance will be limited to registered participants. The selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Submission Procedure

Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers, up to six pages in length, using electronic submission via the conference web site online paper submission system. Papers will be fully refereed and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Visit Author Guidelines Page for author instructions.

For more information contact Dr. David Grayden (mailto:dgrayden@bionicear.org).

Important Dates

Deadline for Paper Submission: September 1, 2004
Notification of Acceptance: October 1, 2004
Camera-ready Paper: October 15, 2004

Program Committee/Interested People

David Grayden, The Bionic Ear Institute, Australia
Anthony Burkitt, The Bionic Ear Institute, Australia
Owen Kenny, James Cook University, Australia
Dinesh Kumar, RMIT University, Australia
M Palaniswami, University of Melbourne, Australia
David Suter, Monash University, Australia