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The Eighth International Conference on Information, Communications, and Signal Processing (ICICS 2011) will be held in Singapore during 13-16 December, 2011. Singapore is a vibrant garden city and is fast developing into a world-class research hub. You are sincerely invited to participate in the conference by submitting papers and proposals for special sessions and tutorials.
The theme for the conference is Sustainable Infocomm Systems. This theme will be addressed in the keynote speeches, special sessions and tutorials. Two world-renowned researchers and inventors, Rajiv LAROIA (Sonus Networks), co-inventor of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing, and Steve ELLIOTT (University of Southampton), inventor of minimum power personal audio, will be delivering the keynote speeches.
A special panel session addressed by reputed experts from industry will provide perspectives on the sustainability, opportunities, and challenges of the pervasive network of billions of intelligent and connected devices that are slated to realize the "Connected Planet" in the not-too-distant future.
There will be presentations by invited speakers. In addition to emphasizing the conference theme, all major areas in MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS, INFORMATION SYSTEMS, SIGNAL PROCESSING, COMMUNICATIONS, and NETWORKING will be covered in contributed and invited talks. Details on the submission of papers can be found at http://www.icics.org/.
The conference is technically co-sponsored by IEEE COMSOC. Proceedings of ICICS 2011 will be included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by Ei.
There will be special recognition for high quality papers and awards for student papers.
Singapore: A Vibrant Garden City and Science & Technology Hub
Singapore is a vibrant garden city that uniquely combines the charms of the East and the West. It is well known for its first-world facilities, safety and efficiency, great shopping and glorious food. Since 2010, it houses two multi-billion-dollar integrated resorts. Moreover, Singaporeís long term aim is to be among the most research intensive, innovative and entrepreneurial economies. To achieve this goal, the city-nationís government has committed S$16.1 Billions for the next 5 years. This has helped to attract many world-class researchers to Singapore in the recent years.
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