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DASIP 2013
Conference on Design &  Archtectures for Signal & Image Processing

October 8-10, 2013
Cagliari, Italy



General Co-Chairs:
Paolo Meloni, University of Cagliari
Christophe Jégo, University of Bordeaux

Program Co-Chairs:
Eduardo de la Torre, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Sebastien Pillement, Polytech University of Nantes

Demo Night Co-Chairs:
Francesca Palumbo, University of Cagliari
Gabriel Marchesan Almeida

Keynote Speakers:

Roberto Sarmiento, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC/IUMA)

Towards Real-time Hyperspectral Image Processing and Compression

Ioannis Sourdis, Chalmers University of Technology

Challenges in the design of future SoCs and the role of Reconfigurable Computing

Benoît Dupont de Dinechin, Kalray

Latency-Constrained Image and Signal Processing on a Manycore Processor

The Conference on Design and Architectures for Signal and Image Processing DASIP addresses the development of complex applications involving signal, image and control processing based on a new approach called Algorithm-Architecture-Matching, which aims to leverage the design flow by a simultaneous study of both algorithmic and architectural issues, taking into account multiple design constraints, as well as algorithm and architecture optimizations.

The goal of DASIP is to present the latest results in the domain of design and architecture for signal and image processing along several axes: methods and tools; development platforms, architectures and technologies; use-cases and applications as well as smart sensing systems.

The 7th annual DASIP Conference will be organized in Cagliari, Italy,  capital of the beautiful island of Sardinia. The Conference includes keynote speeches, contributed paper sessions, poster sessions, and special sessions on timely topics.

This year features four Special Sessions with the purpose of introducing the DASIP community to relevant hot topics that were not covered by previous editions of the conference.

During the DASIP 2013 Demo Night, universities and public research institutes are invited to demonstrate their hardware platforms, prototypes and tools. Demos shown at the Demo Night are accompanied by a short paper describing the demo and associated work, which are included in the conference Proceedings.

The goal of this event is to present collaborative projects and to show demonstrations. DASIP Demo Night includes a reception with a casual social environment conducive to friendly discussions and networking.

The Demo Night is included in the conference registration fee. Possibility to register for the Demo Night separately.

dasip2013 [at] ecsi [dot] org

DASIP 2013 is organized with the technical co-sponsorship of
the IEEE Signal Processing Society


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