Irish Signals and Systems Conference (ISSC 2019)

Topics of Interest

ISSC focuses on all aspects of signals and systems and encompasses algorithm, circuit and system modelling, design, and implementation. We welcome theory and applications orientated papers in areas which include, but are not restricted to, the following exemplar thematic areas:

Signal Processing

  • Detection, estimation and prediction for signals and systems
  • Pattern recognition and classification
  • Artificial intelligence and data analytics
  • Machine learning
  • Deep learning
  • Audio and speech signal processing
  • Image, video, and multimedia signal processing
  • Sensor signal processing
  • Biomedical signal processing and systems
  • Bio-inspired systems
  • Coding and compression
  • Cryptography, and information hiding

Control Systems

  • Linear and non-linear systems modelling and control
  • Robust and adaptive control
  • Distributed and networked control
  • Intelligent control systems
  • Systems identification

Software and Hardware Implementation Architectures

  • Embedded systems
  • Analog, mixed Signal and RF signal processing
  • VLSI, ASIC and FPGAs for signal processing
  • Systems on a chip
  • Energy efficient application and system implementations

Communication Systems and Secure Systems

  • Physical layer and network layer technologies
  • Wireless communications signals and systems
  • Optical communications signals and systems
  • Network architectures and network optimisation
  • Sensor networks
  • Internet of Things
  • Ubiquitous and distributed computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Secure Coding
  • Network, application, and system security
  • Digital forensics/evidence
  • Watermarking and steganography

Robotics, Intelligent devices and systems

  • Robotic sensing and signal processing
  • Machine learning for actuation and control
  • Autonomous systems
  • Multi-agent systems and agent modelling
  • Unmanned vehicles
  • Automation and industry 4.0
  • Precision agriculture and agricultural technologies

ICT in education

  • Relevant developments in Engineering and Computer Science education

We also welcome submissions for special sessions on novel or emerging areas of research in signals and systems and developments in engineering education. Please contact the chair with your suggestions.