Call for papers

The 2020 RISP International Workshop on Nonlinear Circuits, Communications and Signal Processing (NCSP'20) will be held at Honolulu, Hawaii, 2020. The workshop is open to researchers from all over the world. In particular, the organizing committee encourages students to present their preliminary results that are not necessarily ready for publications in technical journals. Papers describing original works in all aspects of Nonlinear Circuits, Communications and Signal Processing are invited. The copyright of accepted papers will belong to the author(s). The technical program will cover (but not limited to) the following topics.

Adaptive Systems Ad-hoc Network
Bifurcation and Chaos Bio-Signal Processing
Circuit Design and Analysis Cognitive Radio
Complex Networks and Systems Computer Vision
Control and Fuzzy Systems Detection
Estimation Error Control Coding
Evolutionary Computation Filter
Image Processing and Recognition Information Security
Intelligent Transport System Learning System
Medical Applications Modeling
Modulation and Equalization Neural and Bio-Inspired Networks
Nonlinear Circuits and Systems Optical Communications
Optimization Oscillation
Power and Energy Systems Ranging and Positioning
Sensor Network Software Defined Radio
Speech Processing and Recognition Speech Synthesis
Spread Spectrum Synchronization
Ultra Wideband Video Signal Processing
Watermarking Wireless Communications

Special session

Proposals of organized special session are welcome and should be sent email to until December 15, 2019.Special session papers will be subject to the same peer review process as for regular papers.

Student Paper Award

Student authors are eligible for student best paper awards at NCSP'20. To be eligible the paper must be authored and presented by the student. Students interested in participating in this award process are required to submit a final paper to present a nice talk for considering by the judges. Awarded papers will be strongly recommended to be published in the Journal of Signal Processing announces a forthcoming Special Issue on Nonlinear Circuits, Communications and Signal Processing.