IEEE/CIC International Conference on Communications in China
11-13 August 2019 // Changchun, China

W17: ICCC 2019 Workshop on Emerging Topics in Advanced Signal Processing

Scope and Topics of the Workshop

In recent years, signal processing is a vital part of the industrial transformation and information communications. Advanced signal processing algorithms, including machine learning and deep learning techniques, are designed and utilized to provide innovative solutions for the evolution of industrial transformation and information communications systems. For industrial transformation, artificial intelligence must be integrated with various industries in order to play a role, and form a truly effective industry intelligence, so as to help the transformation and upgrading of traditional industries. For information communications, artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled signal processing technologies potentially provide a promising solution to efficient channel estimation, signal detection and parameter estimation, emitter identification and positioning, spectrum utilization, wireless networking and resource allocation in wireless communication systems. Considering the diverse and fast-growing nature of research in this field, the Emerging Topics in Advanced Signal Processing Workshop welcomes original contributions in all pertinent aspects of signal processing for communications, including algorithm, performance analysis, implementation, applications and etc. Topics of interest in this workshop include but not limited to the following:

  • Signal Processing for Big Data
  • Statistical Signal Processing for Parameter Estimation
  • Machine Learning for industrial transformation
  • Machine Learning for Information Communications
  • Neural Networks for Signal Processing Applications
  • Spectrum sensing, spectrum sharing and spectrum learning
  • Reinforcement learning for cognitive radio and networks
  • Machine learning techniques for indoor positioning;
  • Signal processing in indoor positioning.
  • Autonomous Robot Path Planning
Submission Guideline

The submitted papers should be original, not published or current under review for publications in any other journal or conference. All submission must be formatted in standard IEEE camera-ready format and must be written in English and be at most six (6) printed papers in length, including figures. Papers should be submitted through EDAS System through link:


Important Dates

Paper Submission: 15 May 2019

Acceptance Notification: 15 Jun 2019


Workshop organizers

Alin Hou Changchun University of Technology (

Hao Luo Harbin Institute of Technology (

Shaoshuai Fan Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (

Sai Huang Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (