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Call for Papers IWSSIP


31st IWSSIP – International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing 2024

9th – 11th of JULY, 2024, IEEE Technical Co-Sponsored Conference

Graz University of Technology, Inffeldgasse 12, A-8010 Graz, AUSTRIA,

IWSSIP was founded by Professor Kalman Fazekas from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary, who initiated it in June 1994 as a scientific event meant to stir the research in theory, methodology, systems and applications of signal and image processing, and to attract and stimulate young researchers. After the successful IWSSIP Workshops and Conference events previously held in Ohrid, Sofia, Bratislava, Rio de Janeiro, Osijek, Budapest, Manchester, Poznan, Zagreb, Maribor, Bucharest, Prague, Chalkida, Sarajevo, Vienna, Dubrovnik, and London, the 31st International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing (IWSSIP) will be held in Graz, Austria, on July 9th – 11th, 2024. Through its technical program, the IWSSIP 2024 conference will provide again an opportunity for the academic and industrial communities to address new research challenges, share solutions and discuss issues in information and communication technology (ICT) referring to modern telecommunications.

Graz is the capital city of Styria in the southeast corner of Austria. It is located in between rolling hills, to the north, east and west, only open to the south. The Old Town in Graz is one of the best preserved city districts in Central Europe and listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Graz’s architecture is dominated largely by the struggle of the Reformists and the Habsburgs’ Counter Reformation. A significant landmark of the city is the romantic Uhrturm (Clock Tower), situated on top of the Schlossberg mountain, with a clock still using its original mechanism from 1712. Today Graz is the second largest city in Austria and home to around 280.000 people. It offers a great deal of cultural events, like the Styriade, an annual exhibition, dedicated to contemporary art, theatre and performing arts. 

For up-to-date information on IWSSIP, visit the IWSSIP Homepage:

ORGANIZED BY: Graz University of Technology – Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering



We are soliciting contributed technical papers, special session proposals, and workshops proposals referring to the following topics of interest, but not limited to these fields and contents:

Signal Processing: Signal estimation and detection; Signal enhancement; Feature extraction; Filtering; Transformations;
Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing; Remote Sensing; Radar Signal and Data Processing; Machine Learning
for Signal Processing; Biomedical Signal Processing
Image and Video Processing: Coding; Enhancement; Scene analysis; Object localization & recognition; Texture
detection & extraction; Medical and Biological image processing; Computer Vision; Deep Learning for Images and Video;
Multi-spectral and Hyper-spectral Imaging; Stereoscopic, Multi-view and 3D Processing
Speech and Audio Processing: Coding; Enhancement; Speech recognition; Speaker identification and verification;
Speech synthesis; Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing
Multimedia: Multimedia content processing and content description; Multimedia signal processing; Multimedia
communications, networking, services and applications; 3D multimedia, AR/VR and immersive media; Multimedia databases
and mining; Multimedia quality assessment and metrics; Multimedia security, privacy and forensics; Multimedia standards,
trends and related research
Human Machine Interface: Speech processing for HMI; 2D and 3D Face recognition; Gesture navigation; Brain control
Machine Learning: General Machine Learning; Deep Learning; Learning Theory; Optimization; Probabilistic Inference
Security: Watermarking and encryption; Information and network security; Security protocols and services
Networks: Multicast & broadcast for IPTV, DVB and IPTV technologies; IMS based NGN architecture, services and
protocols; Content delivery networks; SDN/NFV; Resource Management; Network Slicing; Routing and Congestion Control;
Multiple Access and Contention; Spectrum Sensing, Access, and Sharing; Energy-Efficient and Green Networking
Wireless Communications: MIMO, multi-antenna systems and RIS; Cooperative transmission and reception; Next
generation mobile networks; IoT and Wireless sensor network systems; Cognitive radio; Millimeter Waves and THz;
Integrated Communications and Sensing; Aerial and Satellite Communications; Vehicular Communication and Intelligent
Transportation; Quantum Communications and Computing; Machine Learning for Communications
Modern ICT in e-learning: Online and virtual labs; Effective teaching and learning; Immersive technologies and online
applications for effective learning


  • January 15th, 2024: Special Session and Workshop Proposals, Due
  • March 18th, 2024: Full Papers, Due
  • April 8th, 2024 Extended: Full Papers, Due
  • April 22th, 2024 Final Extension: Full Papers, Due
  • May 20th, 2024: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
  • June 17th, 2024: Final Papers, Camera Ready Papers, Due


Papers submitted to CoBCom must not have been published, submitted, or accepted for publication elsewhere. IEEE policy regarding plagiarism and duplicate submission/publication will be strictly enforced. Papers may be submitted electronically before submission deadline, via EDAS ( Paper submissions should follow the IEEE double-column format for conferences (templates available on the conference Web site). A maximum of (8) pages, including all figures and references, are allowed for each paper. Papers in excess of page limits shall not be considered for review or publication. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process, coordinated by the Program Committee.

Submission of a paper implies that, should the paper be accepted, at least one of the authors must register and attend the conference to present the work. Instructions and guidelines for electronic submission are available on IWSSIP Web site (


Proposals are solicited for special sessions related to the conference topics. A special session proposal (up to 2 pg.) should contain the session organizer(s) short bio and contact information, the special session title, summary, and objectives, and a list of prospective authors and papers to be submitted to the special session. Proposals for half and full day workshops to be held in conjunction with the main conference are solicited. A workshop should focus on a specific theme related to the main conference topics. The proposal (up to 2 pg.) should clearly describe the theme and scope of the workshop, and include the workshop chair(s) short biography and contact information, and a tentative list of program committee members.

The IWSSIP 2024 is co-located with CoBCom 2024 at the same time (July 9th – 11th, 2024) at TU Graz, see Also an International CEEPUS and ERASMUS Workshop on Microwave Technologies, Radars, Remote Sensing and Communications combined with a CEEPUS Summer School will be hosted in our neighbour-country Slovenia in Maribor near to Graz.