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UK Symposium on Applications of Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Methods

organised by the

IEEE UKRI Section SP Chapter

in association with

Department of Engineering, University of Warwick, UK


University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

August 31st and September 1st 1995

A two-day symposium on the application of time-frequency and time-
scale methods will be held in late summer 1995.

The purpose of this event is two-fold. Firstly as an introduction to
the subject for those who wish to see whether it will be useful to
their application area. In this regard, various tutorial sessions will
be held. Secondly the meeting will act as a forum to discuss the
various approaches that have been used and to present new results and
application areas. The opening plenary talk will be given by Dr Leon
Cohen (Hunter College,NY) and one of the tutorials will be presented
by Dr Franz Hlawatsch(Technical University,Vienna).

The venue will be Warwick University which has good road and rail
connections with most parts of UK and, via Birmingham International
Airport, is easily accessible from most parts of Europe. The
University is also close to Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford-upon-
Avon, the town of Warwick with its well-preserved mediaeval castle and
the Regency splendour of Lemington Spa.

Extended summaries of approximately 1000 to 1500 words are now being
invited in the following application areas:

Image Processing
Sensor Signal Processing
Medical Signal Processing
Music Analysis and Synthesis
Physics, Geophysics and Astronomy
Remote Sensing
Sonar and Radar Signal Processing
Speech and Audio
Vibration Analysis
Other (please specify)

Prospective authors should submit three copies of the summaries for
review to Dr. Stuart Lawson, Department of Engineering, University of
Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK. Phone: +44 1203 523780, Fax: +44 1203
418922, e-mail: who also should be
contacted for further details and requests for special sessions,
software demonstrations, commercial displays, etc.

The name, affiliation,full address including phone, fax and e-mail
details of the author to whom correspondence should be sent, must be
clearly indicated on the first page of the summary. If the summary is
acceptable, the author(s) will be requested to submit a full paper of
no more than 8 A4 pages which will be included in the symposium
proceedings. Selected authors will be invited to contribute to a
special issue of the Springer journal 'Applied Signal Processing'.


Submission of summaries April 1st 1995
Notification of acceptance May 15th 1995
Submission of camera-ready paper July 7th 1995

Technical Program Committee:

John Arnold(Glasgow Univ)
Stuart Lawson(Warwick Univ)
Mark Sandler(King's College,London)
Ken Sharman(Glasgow Univ)
Steve Summerfield(Warwick Univ)
Roland Wilson(Warwick)

Organising Committee:

Stuart Lawson (Chair)
Steve Summerfield(Finance)
Marie Bradley(Local Arrangements)
Claire Lofts(Local Arrangements)

Registration of Interest


E-mail: Fax;
I intend to submit a paper (deadline April 1st) Yes/No
I intend to participate only Yes/No
I will travel with ? guests
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