ICCSIP 2015 is accepting manuscript submissions now. We have three parts in our submission of the conference: Call for PaperCall for Special Sessions and Call for Poster. Prospective authors are invited to submit their draft papers by easychair or email. The submitted paper can be in MS WORD format or PDF format.

All submissions are subject to a double blind peer review process. Accepted submissions will be published in the Conference Proceedings.The Conference Proceedings will be published under an ISBN number.

Call for Paper

The main topics of interest for this track include but will not be limited to the following.

1: Communications Software and Networks
Communication Systems
Software Design and Development
Software Performance Engineering
Coding and Information Theory
Wireless, UWB, Ultrasonic Communications
Satellite Communications
Networking: Future Internet/Future Networks

T2: Communication Technology and Applications
Information Hiding and Watermarking
Intrusion Detection, Tolerance and Prevention
Identity and Trust Management
Adaptive Modulation and Coding
CDMA and Spread Spectrum
Attacks and Prevention of Online Fraud

T3: Signal Processing and System Modeling
Signal, Image, Audio, Video Processing, Analysis and Applications
Biomedical Signal Processing and Analysis
Signal Filtering, Detection and Estimation
Statistical Signal Processing and Modeling
Computer Vision and Audition
Mathematical Modelling
Continuous and Discrete Methodologies
Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation
Economics and Finance Modeling

T4: Information System Design and Automation Control
Applications of DB Systems and Information Systems
Model-Driven Development
Micro-computer Embedded Control Applications
Process Control and Automation
Industrial Process Control
Fuzzy Control and Its Applications
Measurement and Diagnosis Systems
Digital System and Logic Design

Call for Special Session

The ICCSIP 2015 Program Committee is inviting proposals for Special Sessions (possibly Workshops). The special sessions are expected to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art in a given area and highlight important research directions in a field of special interest to ICCSIP attendees.

Special Session Requirements

Special sessions should be comprised of 5~8 invited papers. It is encouraged that the session begins with an overview paper on the topic being addressed and remaining papers follow up with technical contributions on the topic.

The following information should be included in the proposal:

  • Title of the proposed special session.
  • Names/affiliation of organizers (including brief bio and contact info).
  • Session abstract (state significance of topic and rationale for proposed session)
  • List of invited presenters, tentative titles and abstracts for each paper

All proposals should be submitted to ICCSIP 2015 Special Session Co-Chairs. Proposals will be evaluated based on the timeliness of the topic and relevance to ICCSIP, as well as the qualifications of the organizers and quality of papers in the proposed session.

If a proposal is accepted, all papers in the proposed special session will be reviewed as regular papers to ensure that contributions are of highest quality. If more than two papers in the special session are rejected, the remaining accepted papers will be moved to the regular technical program. So the papers for special sessions are due the same day as regular paper submissions.

Call for Poster

The ICCSIP 2015 Poster Program provides a forum for researchers to present work that is in progress and not sufficiently mature for a regular paper submission quite yet. Posters are typically summaries of ongoing work that authors present to gain feedback from the community about the research. In addition to having a two-page article in the Conference Compendium, authors will create a large poster summarizing their work and will be available to discuss it during the poster session.

Because posters only appear in the Conference Compendium, they are not considered as archival publications and thus can have subsequent full papers submitted to the other future conferences or journals.

Poster Session

Authors of accepted posters are required to bring an explanatory hardcopy poster for display during the scheduled poster session, and be available for discussion at that time. Accepted authors who wish to also show demos of their work are encouraged to also bring a laptop to the poster session. There will be a limited number of stations for showing videos during the main poster session. Authors who wish to show a live demo but can not provide their own machine should contact the posters chairs in advance of the submission deadline to discuss the logistics. All authors who plan to show live demos or video should clearly indicate this fact in their submissions. Authors are also required to present a very brief one-minute summary of their poster at a short preview session in the conference.

Poster Requirements

  • Poster authors must submit a 2 pages summary in the same two-column format as is required for papers, and an optional draft of the poster layout (in pdf format).
  • The poster should have the following information: title, author list, affiliation, ICCSIP 2015 paper number (if you have one), and some information about your work (a couple of representative figures, or an abstract, or a combination of both).
  • Those who intend to show demos are highly encouraged to also submit an accompanying video. Clearly identify the type of your submission by including the prefix "Interactive Poster" in the title of your summary.
  • You should prepare your poster well in advance of the conference and bring all of your printed poster materials to the conference. The poster size should be about the 900*600mm.


  Organizing Committee
  Keynote Speech
  Best Paper Awards
ICCSIP 2015-September 22-23, 2015