IEEE Signal Processing Society

14th DSP Workshop & 6th SPE Workshop

Enchantment Resort, Sedona, Arizona, USA

January 4-7, 2011

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Complete Technical and Social Program posted.

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The Enchantment Resort (Workshop Venue) offers a variety of activities that are free to attendees that have reserved a room at the resort. Download the Resort Activities Brochure.

More information about the Resort is available under Resort Information.

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Travel Information: Travel information, including directions and transportation, is available under Local Information.


Call for Participation

The 2011 IEEE Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Workshop and IEEE Signal Processing Education (SPE) Workshop will be held jointly January 4 to 7, 2011, at the award-winning Enchantment Resort. The Enchantment Resort is located 5 miles from Sedona in Boynton Canyon, two hours north of the Phoenix / Scottsdale metropolitan area and two and a half hours south of the Grand Canyon. The venue is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest and Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness. The area is revered by the Apache Native Americans as the birthplace of their tribe and holds ancient ruins of Native American cliff dwellings.

The goals of the workshops are to bring together leading engineers, researchers, and educators  in signal processing from around the world to discuss novel signal processing theories, methods, and applications. The DSP/SPE Workshops will feature prominent plenary speakers from the signal processing, technical sessions for presenting contributed papers, as well as tutorials.


Topics for the DSP Workshop include, but are not limited to:

• Sampling, extrapolation, and interpolation

• System modeling, representation, and identification; deconvolution

• Filtering and adaptive systems

Stationary signals and spectral analysis
Non-stationary signals and time-frequency analysis
Multi-rate signal processing and wavelets
Detection, estimation, and classification
Signal enhancement, restoration, and reconstruction
Nonlinear signal processing
Multi-dimensional signal processing; image and video processing
Distributed signal processing
New directions and applications

Topics for the SPE Workshop include, but are not limited to:

Signal processing education in non-traditional venues
Novel laboratory, computer-based, and distance teaching methods
Signal processing across the engineering curriculum
DSP curriculum issues (early/late, simulation/real-time, theory/practice)
DSP outreach issues
Important Deadlines
Submission of Papers August 30, 2010   September 13, 2010
Notification of Acceptance October 11, 2010   October 18, 2010
Authors' Registration October 25, 2010   November 1, 2010
Submission of Accepted Camera-Ready Papers November 8, 2010
Resort Room Reservation Nov. 15, 2010   December 6, 2010
Advance Registration November 15, 2010