52nd International Symposium ELMAR-2010, Zadar, Croatia

September 15-17, 2010
Zadar, Croatia

Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2010




IEEE Region 8
IEEE Croatia Section
IEEE Croatia Section Chapter of the Signal Processing Society IEEE Croatia Section Joint Chapter of the AP/MTT Societies
EURASIP – European Assoc. Signal, Speech and Image Processing




–> Image and Video Processing
–> Multimedia Communications
–> Speech and Audio Processing
–> Wireless Commununications
–> Telecommunications
–> Antennas and Propagation
–> Navigation Systems
–> Ship Electronic Systems
–> Power Electronics and Automation
–> Naval Architecture
–> Sea Ecology
–> Special Sessions Proposals – A special session consist
of 5-6 papers which should present a unifying theme from a diversity of viewpoints


* Prof. Lajos Hanzo, University of Southampton, UK:
Telepresence, the ‘World-Wide Wait’ and ‘Green’ Radios…

* Dr. Michael M. Bronstein, Technion – Israel Institute
of Technology, Haifa, ISRAEL:
Non-rigid, non-rigid, non-rigid world

* Dr. Mikel M. Miller, AFRL Munitions Directorate,
Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, USA:
Got GPS? The Navigation Gap

* Dr. Panos Liatsis, City University London, UK:
3D reconstruction and stenosis quantification
in CT angiograms


Papers accepted by two reviewers will be published in
conference proceedings available at the conference and
abstracted/indexed in IEEE Xplore, INSPEC and SCOPUS
databases. More info is available here:


Deadline for submission of full papers: March 15, 2010
Notification of acceptance mailed out by: May 10, 2010
Submission of (final) camera-ready papers: May 20, 2010
Preliminary program available online by: June 14, 2010
Registration forms and payment deadline: June 21, 2010


Ive Mustac, Tankerska plovidba, Zadar, Croatia
Branka Zovko-Cihlar, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Mislav Grgic, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Juraj Bartolic, Croatia
David Broughton, United Kingdom
Paul Dan Cristea, Romania
Kresimir Delac, Croatia
Zarko Cucej, Slovenia
Marek Domanski, Poland
Kalman Fazekas, Hungary
Janusz Filipiak, Poland
Borko Furht, USA
Mohammed Ghanbari, United Kingdom
Mislav Grgic, Croatia
Sonja Grgic, Croatia
Yo-Sung Ho, Korea
Bernhard Hofmann-Wellenhof, Austria
Ismail Khalil Ibrahim, Austria
Bojan Ivancevic, Croatia
Ebroul Izquierdo, United Kingdom
Kristian Jambrosic, Croatia
Aggelos K. Katsaggelos, USA
Tomislav Kos, Croatia
Murat Kunt, Switzerland
Igor Kuzle, Croatia
Panos Liatsis, United Kingdom
Rastislav Lukac, Canada
Lidija Mandic, Croatia
Gabor Matay, Hungary
Branka Medved Rogina, Croatia
Borivoj Modlic, Croatia
Marta Mrak, United Kingdom
Fernando Pereira, Portugal
Pavol Podhradsky, Slovak Republic
Ramjee Prasad, Denmark
Kamisetty R. Rao, USA
Gregor Rozinaj, Slovak Republic
Gerald Schaefer, United Kingdom
Mubarak Shah, USA
Shiguang Shan, China
Thomas Sikora, Germany
Karolj Skala, Croatia
Marian S. Stachowicz, USA
Ryszard Stasinski, Poland
Luis Torres, Spain
Frantisek Vejrazka, Czech Republic
Stamatis Voliotis, Greece
Nick Ward, United Kingdom
Krzysztof Wajda, Poland
Branka Zovko-Cihlar, Croatia


Prof. Mislav Grgic
FER, Unska 3/XII
HR-10000 Zagreb

Telephone: + 385 1 6129 851
Fax: + 385 1 6129 717
E-mail: elmar2010 (at) fer.hr

2010 International Conference on Green Circuits and Systems

21-23 June, 2010, Shanghai, China

Global warming, climate change, and sustainability have profound impacts on our lives. The grand challenge faced by circuits and systems communities is to design green electronic devices and systems that consume less energy, thus lead to the reduction of global CO2 emission. The annual International Conference on Green Circuits and System (ICGCS) is our response to this grand challenge and aims to address issues in climate change and limited suppliers. We hope ICGCS will become a major international forum for researchers and engineers to exchange their latest findings in technologies related to green circuits and systems, a meeting place for scholars, scientists, educators, students, engineers, entrepreneurs, and managers from different disciplinarians to foster collaborations and to solve complex read world problems. The inaugural conference, ICGCS 2010 (http://www.icgcs.org), will be held in June 2010 in Shanghai, the city hosting World Expo 2010. The participants not only have the opportunities to share their new findings in green circuits and systems but also to witness latest development as showcased in World Expo 2010. The main focus of conference is green techniques for circuits and systems. It covers a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, the followings:

· Green Transistors and Devices

· Low Power Techniques for Analog, Mixed-Signal, Digital Circuits

· Sub-threshold & Self-Powered Circuits and Systems

· Bio-inspired/biomimetic Circuits and Systems

· Analog and Digital Signal Processing Techniques

· Circuits and Systems for Communications

· Visual Signal and Image Processing Techniques and Multimedia Systems

· Optimization Techniques

· Adaptive, Reconfigurable, and Power Aware Circuits and Systems

· Energy Harvesting

· Energy and Power Management

· Green Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits

· MEMS and Sensors for Energy Management

· Environmental Sensing, Control and Protection

· Circuits and Systems Technologies for Recycling and Pollution Control

· Emerging Technologies for Green Circuits and Systems

· Education in Green Circuits and Systems

Important Dates:

Deadline for submission of Papers in Regular Sessions : 22 February 2010
Notification of Paper Acceptance : 31 March 2010
Deadline for submission of FINAL Papers : 16 April 2010
Deadline for submission of Special Sessions Proposals : 1 March 2010
Notification of acceptance of Special Sessions Proposals : 8 March 2010
Deadline for Author and Early-bird Registration : 16 April 2010

ICGCS is sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and School of Microelectronics of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. For more information, please check the conference website: http://www.icgcs.org.