FROM THE CHAIRS OF THE SIGNAL PROCESSING SYMPOSIUM
The Signal Processing Symposium is a biannual international conference that brings together students, researchers and scientists representing a broad spectrum of computer science and radio-electronics disciplines, to present their latest findings and new trends shaping future research directions in science and technology. The first SPSympo has been organized in 2003 and after 18 years it is well established and excellent forum for active participation in workshops, lectures, and scientific discussions in technical and evening sessions.
A main focus of SPSympo-2021 will be smart sensing systems that incorporate Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for signal and image acquisition, transmission, processing and analysis in a broad range of applications covering remote sensing systems (radars, sonars, imaging, sensor networks), IoT, telemedicine, medical diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, robotics, human-system interaction, environment monitoring and space technologies.
On behalf of the Technical Program Committee we cordially invite you to the Signal Processing Symposium 2021! Because of COVID-19 we will host the event on-line.
Piotr Samczynski and Pawel Strumillo
Selected papers will be recommended for publication in the Special Issue on Smart Sensing Systems: Algorithms and Applications in Sensors MDPI Journal (IF 3.275)
The expanded and high-quality conference papers should be expanded to
the size of a research article, with at least 50% new contents.
Special Issue "Recent Advances in Signal Processing and Radar for Remote Sensing—SPSympo 2021, IRS 2021"
This Special Issue aims to present the latest research results in the field of signal processing and radar techniques that are related to remote sensing, presented among others during the Signal Processing Symposium (SPSympo), Łódź, Poland, 2021, and the International Radar Symposium (IRS), Berlin, Germany 2021. Contributions from leading experts in these fields of research will be collected and presented in this Special Issue.