Call for Papers


The symposium aims at sharing ideas, experiences, and information on the following, or related, topics:

  • Shannon theory and applications of information theory
  • Signal processing
  • Wireless (5G/6G, WiFi, mmWave/THz/Visible Light, etc.) and sensor networks
  • Speech/audio/video/multimedia processing
  • Source, channel, and network coding; compression  
  • Signal and information processing over networks
  • Quantum information and quantum cryptography
  • Sensor arrays and multi-channel processing
  • Cooperation in networks
  • Signal detection and estimation
  • Multi-user information theory
  • Machine learning in signal processing
  • Biologically inspired algorithms
  • Biomedical signal processing and biometrics
  • Cryptography and data protection
  • Software-defined radios and cognitive radios
  • Pattern recognition
  • Localization and tracking
  • Wireless sensing with audio, radio, and light
  • Signal processing for Edge/Embedded AI and TinyML


We are soliciting papers describing original research. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf format. Each accepted abstract will lead to either a poster or an oral presentation with discussion. Upon request by the authors, a full paper or the abstract (as chosen by the authors) may appear in online proceedings. Work under review elsewhere can be submitted, provided that overlap is clearly documented. Submission is done by sending an e-mail with the title « SITB 2023 submission » to


  • March 24 March 30 Submission deadline
  • April 7 April 13 Notification of acceptance
  • April 14 April 26 Registration deadline
  • April 19 April 26 Deadline camera-ready papers
  • May 11-12 Symposium


A limited number of grants will be made available to MSc students who have an accepted paper at the symposium. A grant consists of the symposium registration fee and a contribution towards accommodation costs. The authors of each accepted paper may request at most one grant per paper. If interested, check the corresponding box in the registration form or send an email to the organizers at


The symposium features a Best Student Paper Award (sponsored by Orange), and a Best Student Presentation Award. Both will be given during the Award Ceremony at the end of the symposium.

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