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CFP: International Conference on Circuits and Systems ICCS 2010
Draft Paper Submission Deadline: 2 July, 2010
Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline: 30 July, 2010
ICCS 2010: San Francisco, USA, 20-22 October, 2010

The conference ICCS'10 is held under the World Congress on Engineering
and Computer Science WCECS 2010. The WCECS 2010 is organized by the
International Association of Engineers (IAENG), a non-profit
international association for the engineers and the computer
scientists. The congress has the focus on the frontier topics in the
theoretical and applied engineering and computer science subjects. The
WCECS conferences serve as good platforms for our members and the
entire engineering community to meet with each other and to exchange
ideas. Our last IAENG conference has attracted more than one thousand
participants from over 30 countries, and our conference committees
have been formed with over two hundred and sixty committee members who
are mainly research center heads, faculty deans, department heads,
professors, and research scientists from over 20 countries.

All submitted papers will be under peer review and accepted papers
will be published in the conference proceeding (ISBN:
978-988-17012-0-6). The abstracts will be indexed and available at
major academic databases. The accepted papers will also be considered
for publication in the special issues of the journal Engineering
Letters, in IAENG journals and in edited books. Revised and expanded
version of the selected papers may also be included as book chapters
in the standalone edited books under the framework of cooperation
between Springer, America Institute of Physics, and IAENG. For
reference, the following post conference edited books of our recent
IAENG conferences: Trends in Intelligent Systems and Computer
Engineering, Advances in Communication Systems and Electrical
Engineering, Advances in Industrial Engineering and Operations
Research, and Advances in Computational Algorithms and Data Analysis,
have been published by Springer.

The topics of the ICCS'10 include, but not limited to, the

Analog Circuits and Signal Processing:
Analog Signal Processing
Analog circuits and filters
Switched capacitor and switched current techniques
Analog and mixed signal processing
Data conversion and sigma-delta modulation
Low-power and low-voltage circuits
Radio frequency circuits
Log-domain circuits
Visual Signal Processing and Communications

Digital Signal Processing:
Digital filters and filter banks
Wavelets and multi-rate signal processing
Adaptive signal processing
Multidimensional systems
Fast computations for signal processing
Image indexing
Blind Signal Processing

General Circuits and Systems:
Linear and nonlinear circuits and systems
Chaos and applications
Distributed circuits and systems
Power electronics and systems
Biomedical Circuits and Systems

Neural and intelligent Systems:
Neural networks
Cellular neural networks
Fuzzy logic and circuits
GIS and GPS systems and applications
Cellular Neural Networks and Array Computing

Communication & Network systems:
Wireless Communication Systems
Optical Communication Systems
Computer & Network Security Systems
Network Architectures and Protocols
Circuits and Systems for Communications
Computer-Aided Network Design

Graph Theory and Computing
Life-Science Systems and Applications
Multimedia Systems and Applications
Nanoelectronics and Gigascale Systems
Neural Systems and Applications
Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits
Sensory Systems
VLSI Systems and Applications:
Analog and digital ICs
Low power design
VLSI Physical Design
Testing: analog, digital and mixed
High level synthesis and hardware/software co-design
Logic synthesis and formal verification
Fault tolerance systems
Modelling, Simulation and CAD tools
Microsystems and applications
Processor architectures
Deep sub/micron design

Computational Methods and Optimization:
Numerical methods and circuit simulation
Linear and non-linear optimization
Graph Theory and combinatorial optimization

Multimedia and Communications:
Speech processing and coding
Image Processing and coding
Video and multimedia technology
Signal processing and communications
Computer communications

Control and Power Systems:
Industrial automation
Control and Power systems and applications

Industrial, Biomedical and Educational Applications:
Sensors and interfaces
Space Systems Design
Electronic Education
Web-based education
Distance education

Digital Communications:
Information Theory
Coding and Modulation
Turbo Codes and Iterative Decoding
Equalization, Synchronization and Channel Estimation
Multi-User Detection
Antenna Arrays
MIMO Systems
Space-Time Coding and Processing
Multiple Access Techniques
Diversity Techniques


WCECS 2010 is now accepting manuscript submissions. Prospective
authors are invited to submit their draft paper in full paper (any
appropriate style) to WCECS{at} by 2 July, 2010. The
submitted file can be in MS Word format, PS format, or PDF formats.

The first page of the draft paper should include:
(1) Title of the paper;
(2) Name, affiliation and e-mail address for each author;
(3) A maximum of 5 keywords of the paper.

Also, the name of the conference that the paper is being submitted to
should be stated in the email.

It is our target that the reviewing process and the result
notification for each submitted manuscript can be completed within one
month from its submission. The reviewing process is to ensure the
quality of the accepted papers in the WCECS congress. The conferences
have enjoyed high reputation among many research colleagues.

WCECS Congress Co-chairs

Prof. Craig Douglas ( WCECS Co-chair)
Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, University of Wyoming
Senior Research Scientist (corresponding to nonteaching full
Computer Science Department, Yale University, USA

Prof. Warren S. Grundfest, Fellow, AIMBE, SPIE (WCECS co-chair)
Co-Chair, Biomedical Engineering IDP
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Professor of Surgery
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering & Applied Science
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Former Chair, SPIE Health Care Engineering & Technology Policy
Former Vice Chair, Health Care Engineering Policy Committee, IEEE

Prof. Jon Burgstone (WCECS & ICIMT co-chair)
Faculty Chair
Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology
College of Engineering
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Board Member of the Rock Center for Entrepreneurship at Harvard
Business School, Harvard University

Prof. Benjamin Friedlander, FIEEE (ICCST honorary co-chair)
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Jack Baskin School of
University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
The IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000)
Former Vice Chairman of the Bay Area Chapter of the Acoustics, Speech
and Signal Processing Society
Former Associate Editor of the IEEE Transaction on Automatic Control

Prof. Burghard B. Rieger (ICMLDA honorary co-chair)
Professor of Computational Linguistics
Former Dean (1999-2001) of Faculty of Languages and Literature
Former Head of Department of Linguistic Computing, University of
Trier, Germany
President (1989-93) of the German Society for Linguistic Computing
Vice-President (1990-94) of the International Society for Terminoly
and Knowledge Engineering (GTW)

Prof. Lei Xu (ICSCA honorary co-chair)
IEEE Fellow and IAPR Fellow,
Member of European Academy of Sciences,
Chair Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

More details about the WCECS 2010 can be found at:

It will be highly appreciated if you can circulate these calls for
papers to your colleagues.