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Call for Papers (draft)
“2001 Polish-Czech-Hungarian Workshop on Circuit Theory, Signal Processing and Telecommunication Networks”
The 2001 Polish-Czech-Hungarian Workshop will be held in Budapest, Hungary under the patronage of Prof. Géza Gordos, Head of the Department of Telecommunications and Telematics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (DTT-BUTE). The Workshop location will be the new Informatics building situated in the rapidly developing and growing InfoPark (Research and Development Center for Informatics) area.
According to the long tradition of the Workshop we have the pleasure to invite 6 Czech and 6 Polish colleagues and cover the accomodation and daily allowance for them. Also 2-3 speakers from Western Countries will be invited. There is no registration and any other fee for the Workshop for all of these invited participants. As an option, however, further participants are also welcome from the collaborating universities, who cover all cost items for themselves.
This year the Workshop will be dedicated to commemorate Professor Tibor Trón who took care of Polish-Czech-Hungarian Workshops for several years on behalf of DTT-BUTE.
The research areas of interest for prospective papers are as follows:
Analog and digital circuits and systems
Signal and speech processing and its applications
Telecommunication and infocommunication networking
An international Paper Committee will be formed from colleagues of the collaborating departments. Every paper submitted will be reviewed by this Paper Committee. Electronic version (preferably in pdf or ps format) of the full paper manuscript (no longer then 10 single spaced pages with 12 pt. fonts) should be submitted by 28 May 2001.
After notification of acceptance the final manuscript should be prepared and sent electronically (in pdf or ps) until 15 July 2001. Author kit for the final manuscript will be provided later. A Workshop homepage will be established soon where all necessary information will be dispatched.
The authors of all accepted papers will have the possibility to hold 15-20 minute presentations at the Workshop.
Submission of manuscript 28 May 2001
Notification of acceptance 18 June 2001
Final camera ready paper 15 July 2001
Workshop 14-17 Sep. 2001
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