Important information

  • 2024-03-04 : Student Paper Award Winning Papers has been update.
  • 2024-02-23 : The timetable for Feb. 28 has been modified. Please check Workshop Program for details.
  • 2024-02-22 : Presentation Instruction has been announced.
  • 2024-02-19 : Zoom Information has been announced.
  • 2024-02-15 : Workshop Program (tentative) has been updated.
  • 2024-01-15 : Social Events has been updated.
  • 2024-01-05 : Tour Information has been updated (Tour application deadline has been extended to Jan. 15, 2024).
  • 2023-12-26 : Online registration page has been opened.
  • 2023-12-26 : Registration Information has been update.
  • 2023-12-24 : The notification of acceptance has been sent to the authors by email. Please check the results and comments after logging into the submission page.
  • 2023-12-21 : Workshop Program (tentative) has been updated.
  • 2023-12-17 : Tour Information has been updated (Tour application deadline is Dec. 25, 2023).
  • 2023-12-12 : Deadline for 1-page summary submission has been re-extended to Dec. 14, 2023.
  • 2023-11-30 : Tour Information has been updated.
  • 2023-11-24 : Deadline for 1-page summary submission has been extended to Dec. 11, 2023.
  • 2023-10-26 : Submission page has been opened.
  • Important Dates

    • Deadline for 1-page submission: November. 26 December 11 December 14, 2023
    • Deadline for Special Session proposals: November. 26 December 3, 2023
    • Notification of acceptance for Special Sessions: November.29 December 6, 2023
    • Deadline for Special Session papers: December. 9 December 16, 2023
    • Notification of acceptance for Regular Session Papers: December. 24, 2023
    • Notification of acceptance for Special Session Papers: December. 24, 2023
    • Deadline for submission of all camera-ready papers: January. 20, 2024
    • Deadline for author registration: January. 20, 2024

    Conference Information

    Workshop Venue

    Location :    Alamoana Hotel

    410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814

    Conference Rooms

    NCSP'24 Committee Member

    ◆ General Co-Chairs

    • Tetsuya Shimamura (Saitama University)
    • Masakatsu Ogawa (Sophia University)

    ◆ Technical Program Co-Chairs

    • Hiroyuki Yashima (Tokyo University of Science)
    • Norisato Suga (Shibaura Institute of Technology)
    • Ryo Shibata (Shinshu University)
    • Yutaka Shimada (Saitama University)

    ◆ Finance Chair

    • Nozomiko Yasui (National Institute of Technology, Kisarazu College)

    ◆ Special Session Chair

    • Kenya Jinno (Tokyo City University)

    ◆ Publication Chair Chair

    • Takafumi Matsuura (Nippon Institute of Technology)

    ◆ System and Publicity Chair

    • Taishi Iriyama (Saitama University)

    ◆ General Secretary

    • Yosuke Sugiura (Saitama University)

    Call for papers

    The 2024 RISP International Workshop on Nonlinear Circuits, Communications and Signal Processing (NCSP’24) will be held at Ala Moana Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, February 27 to March 1, 2024. 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. Topics include, but are not limited to:

    ■ Nonlinear Circuits and Systems    ■ Communications    ■ Signal Processing
    ・Bifurcation and Chaos    ・Communication & Information System Security    ・Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
    ・Circuits and Systems    ・Communication Networks    ・Biomedical Signal Processing
    ・Complex Networks & Systems    ・IoT & Sensor Networks    ・Image & Video Signal Processing
    ・Control and Fuzzy Systems    ・Optical Communications    ・Signal Processing for Communications
    ・Evolutionary Computation    ・Wireless Communications    ・Speech & Language Processing

    Paper Submission Information

    Authors are invited to submit 1-page summaries through the workshop website:

    After the acceptance, authors will be required to submit the final paper (4-pages are required) for the workshop proceedings.

    First Submission

    Authors are invited to submit 1-page summaries in PDF format through the paper submission site.

    • ・Summaries must be in English.
    • ・Summary should be within 1 page.
    • ・There is no style file for submitting 1-page summaries but summary should be presented as follows:
          Tiltle, author name(s), affiliation(s), and main body.
    • ・Summary can also include references.
    • ・Summaries are recommended to be composed of four paragraphs (objective, methods, results, and conclusions).
    • ・Before submitting 1-page summaries, authors should register your information at the workshop website.
    • ・Only PDF format can be submitted.

    Camera-Ready Submission

    After the notification of acceptance, author(s) must submit a camera-ready manuscript (maximum of four pages) in PDF format by January 20, 2024.

    LaTex Style File and MS Word Template

       Latex style file

       sample LaTeX source file

       sample and guideline PDF file

       sample MS-Word file, recommended Word 2007 or later version

    Submission Page

    Submission (click here)

    Special Sessions

    Proposals of organized special session are welcome and should be sent email to by November 26, 2023.

    Student Paper Award

    NCSP'24 review committee members will evaluate a camera-ready paper and an oral presentation of an award-eligible person. Then, we will determine award winners based on the overall evaluation scores.

    ~Requirements for Eligible Person of NCSP'24 Student Paper Award~

    1. You must be a student and the first author of the paper.
    2. Your camera-ready paper must have four pages in length.
    3. You must submit your camera-ready paper by its deadline.
    4. You must check "Entry for Student Paper Award Contest" in the submission system when submitting your paper.
    5. You must give an oral presentation (onsite or virtual) at the conference.
      (Note that if you present your study on a recorded video, you might be disqualified from the award-eligible person.)
    6. You must not be a past NCSP student paper award winner.
    7. Whether your presentation is in a "Regular Session" or a "Special Session," you are eligible for the award if you fulfill the above 1-6.

    Student Paper Award Winning Papers

    1. Enhancing Precision Agriculture: Innovative Tracking Solutions for Black Cattle Monitoring,
        Paper ID: 129, Su Myat Noe ( University of Miyazaki ),

    2. Study on improving the accuracy of image self-position estimation by NG-RANSAC,
        Paper ID: 21, Yoshiya Gojo ( Meiji University ),

    3. Performance investigation of Adaptive Ant Colony Optimization with 2-Opt method,
        Paper ID: 55, Nozomi Kotake ( Nippon Institute of Technology ),

    4. Bit Depth Expansion via Swin Transformer with Channel Attention Layers,
        Paper ID: 56, Ai Tsuchihashi ( Tamagawa University ),

    5. A Search Method for Binary Codes Compressed to Several Sub-pulses Using Quantum Annealing and Search Experiment by Ising Machine,
        Paper ID: 30, Keigo Kimura ( Nippon Institute of Technology ),

    6. Non-Contact Respiration Measurement Inside and Outside Electromagnetic Anechoic Chamber Using Millimeter-Wave Radar,
        Paper ID: 49, Hiroto Fujii ( Okayama University of Science ),

    7. Visualization of the Proficiency Level of Assembly Work Using Inertial and Sound Sensors,
        Paper ID: 91, Tomoya Hirade ( Shizuoka University ),

    8. Development of Chord Recognition System Using Sparse Signal Processing and Cosine Similarity,
        Paper ID: 110, Hiroaki Osawa ( Saitama University ),

    9. Detection of Bolus in Ultrasound Video Using YOLOv5 for Evaluation Swallowing,
        Paper ID: 68, Hideaki Muramatsu ( The University of Electro-Communications ),

    10. Accelerated Graph Cut for Image Segmentation excluding Seed Region from Graph Structure,
        Paper ID: 86, Noriya Kondoh ( Tamagawa University ),

    11. Visualization of Searching System of Thematic Equity Funds,
        Paper ID: 11, ZIYI DAI ( Ibaraki University ),

    12. Inhibitory Control System of Downhill Turning Using Friction Brakes for Manual Wheelchair,
        Paper ID: 90, Minoru Muto ( Tokushima Univercity ),

    13. Kalman Velocity-based Multi-Stage Classification Approach for Recognizing Black Cow Actions,
        Paper ID: 123, Cho Cho Aye ( University of Miyazaki ),

    14. Machine learning of economic sensitive industries for domestic equity management,
        Paper ID: 2, Nozomu Orita ( Ibaraki University ),

    15. Linear Model Approach to Investigate the Comprehensive Entrainment in Conversation,
        Paper ID: 22, Yuning Liu ( Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology ),

    16. Channel Capacity Evaluation of Digital Color Shift Keying with Spatial Modulation Technique,
        Paper ID: 18, Naoki Ishitsuka ( Ibaraki University ),

    17. A Feasibility Study of Data Poisoning against On-device Learning Edge AI by Physical Attack against Sensors,
        Paper ID: 69, Takahito Ino ( Ritsumeikan University ),

    18. The Realistic Effects of Multi-BSS Collision in Dense Network,
        Paper ID: 144, Wenkai Han ( Kyushu Institute of Technology ),

    19. A Novel Tight Closed-Form Capacity Analysis for Rician Fading Wireless Channel Using Small Limit Argument Approximation,
        Paper ID: 152, Md. Sohidul Islam ( Saitama University ),

    20. An Efficient Method of Frequency Bandwidth Limitation for Wireless-based Ultrasonic Data Collection System,
        Paper ID: 57, Rio Shigyo ( Kyushu Institute of Technology ),

    21. A Lightweight Information Sharing System with Access Control in Disaster Management with Security against Dishonest Users,
        Paper ID: 96, Yuki Kawahara ( Tokyo University of Science ),

    22. An analysis of the influence of music on audience's behavior at a concert,
        Paper ID: 109, Takahiro Ban ( Saitama University ),

    23. A chaotic search method by using an effective adaptive time penalty coefficients for vehicle routing problem with time windows,
        Paper ID: 45, Syunsuke Haga ( Nippon Institute of Technology ),

    24. An investigation of the relationship between homophily and friendship paradox in networks from the perspective biases ,
        Paper ID: 101, Kota Kato ( Saitama University ),

    25. Synchronization in Three Coupled van der Pol Oscillators with Different Memristor Coupling Strength,
        Paper ID: 66, Yukinojo Kotani ( Tokushima University ),

    Presentation Instruction


    All speakers and audiences must read the following instructions carefully.

    (a) For All Speakers

    • - All Speakers have 18 minutes for their presentation.
    •  (15 minutes for presentation + 3 minutes for Q&A).

    (b) For Onsite Speakers

    • - Onsite speakers have to inform the chairperson of their attendance before the session.
    • - Onsite speakers have to connect their computer or tablet to a video switcher (Atem mini pro) in the session room
    • - We will connect a Zoom-linked PC to a projector and show speakers' slides onto the screen in the room.
    • - We recommend that speakers use the pointer option in their presentation application.
    • - We do not allow onsite speakers to present virtually from hotels or other locations. Note that we allow some speakers in the special sessions to present virtually from other countries.
    • - Because Hawaii's climate is hot, NCSP'24 attendees need not wear formal clothes, such as a tie and a suit, in sessions and social events. We recommend that attendees wear an Aloha shirt, which is formal wear in Hawaii, according to Hawaii's culture.
    • - Onsite speakers need Not to connect to Zoom.

    (c) For Virtual Speakers

    • - All speakers should connect to Zoom 10 minutes before the session starts.
    • - After connecting to Zoom, please enter the breakout session room in which you present.
    • - To ensure that your presentation goes smoothly, please check your screen share, camera, and microphone under the direction of your session chair in the session room.
    • - Virtual speakers should turn on their cameras during their presentations in Zoom. Especially, an award-eligible person (student) must turn on their cameras because we need to check whether they are presenting. If an award-eligible person does not turn on their camera, we may remove them from the award review process.
    • - We will inform you of the Zoom ID and passcode for NCSP'24 by email when the workshop date approaches.

    (d) For All Audiences

    • - Virtual audiences should display their name and affiliation, and role in Zoom as follows.
    • ### Display example ###
    • [audience] Yosuke Sugiura (Saitama Univ.)
    • - Virtual audiences can listen to the onsite presentations and ask questions virtually from other countries. However, due to the dependence on the wireless environment of the onsite venue, we conduct the onsite Zoom streaming on a best-effort style. We kindly ask for your understanding.
    • - To ensure that virtual audiences can hear as much as possible, we will provide a microphone for onsite audiences to ask questions.
    • - Please do not record videos or take screenshots of presentations.

    Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Contact address:


    Workshop Program

    Zoom Information

    Day Time ID
    NCSP'24: Feb. 27 (HST)       01:00 PM Hawaii    
    NCSP'24: Feb. 28 (HST)       08:00 AM Hawaii    
    NCSP'24: Feb. 29 (HST)       08:30 AM Hawaii    
    NCSP'24: Mar. 1 (HST)       10:00 AM Hawaii    


    Infromation for Authors

    Conference Registration

    Aurthors must register your information on following registration site until 20th January 2024. All participants of this workshop should be register until 15th February 2024.
    Onsite registration is not available.


    Please remind at least one author of each paper must register and pay a registration fee by Jan. 20, 2024. If not, we will remove that paper from the proceedings.

    Please note that the registration fee is different for presentation style (onsite and virtual). Before paying the registration fee, please decide whether you would like to make a presentation onsite or virtually because we do not refund the registration fee. (In other words, you must complete the submission of your camera-ready paper before paying the registration fee.)

    If you need a VISA, please start your VISA application as soon as possible to secure it by the workshop.

    Send registration or invitation letter questions to: .

    Online Registration Page

    Online registration has been closed.

    Conference Registration Fee (We accept only JPY)

    Registration Class Onsite perticipation Virtual perticication
    Early Registration
    (until 2024/01/20 JST)
    Late Registration
    (until 2024/2/15 JST)
    Early Registration
    (until 2024/1/20 JST)
    Late Registration
    (until 2024/2/15 JST)
    Member of RISP 65,000 75,000 35,000 50,000
    Non Member +
    Admission to RISP
    70,000 85,000 40,000 55,000
    Non Member 75,000 90,000 45,000 60,000
    Student 40,000 50,000 25,000 25,000
    Extra Ticket 20,000 30,000

    Registration for onsite perticipation to the conference includes:

    1. Access for All Sessions
    2. All Events

    Note: In case conditions do not allow you to be present onsite, you can participate online or hybrid session (the difference between the onsite and virtual fee will not be refunded).

    Registration for virtual participation to the conference includes:

    1. Access for Online or Hybrid Sessions via Zoom platform
    2. Note that it is invalid for accessing onsite sessions.

    Extra Ticket Information

    Extra Ticket is valid for conference dinner and farewell party. Note that it is invalid for accessing conference sessions.

    Cancellation Policy

    No Refund.

    Registration Fee Payment

    After the conference registration, registration fee must be transfered to MIZUHO BANK, LTD. Detail will be sent after the registration by e-mail. Please check e-mail.

    Tour Information (in Japanese)

    Tour Application Deadline: January 15, 2024 (JST).

    Social Events

    Banquet on February 29

    The banquet will be held on the boat. We will take a bus to the pier. Meet at 4:15 p.m. at the tour desk of the Ala Moana Hotel on the 1st floor. The committee staff will meet you at the hotel lobby.

    Please bring your NCSP’24 name card. Alcoholic drinks are not served to persons under 21 years of age. We recommend bringing identification, such as a passport, for age verification purposes.

    Detail information about the banquet meeting point is available:

    ・ Ala Moana Hotel ( JPN, ENG )

    ・ Meeting point in Ala Moana hotel 1F ( JPN, ENG )

    Farewell Party on March 1

    The farewell party will be held at 6:30 p.m. at HIBISCUS BALLROOM 1, 2nd floor, Ala Moana Hotel. We will also hold the Student Paper Award Ceremony during the farewell party. All students are welcome to attend.

    Please bring your NCSP’24 name card. Alcoholic drinks are not served to persons under 21 years of age. We recommend bringing identification, such as a passport, for age verification purposes.


    Contact Address: Yosuke Sugiura, General Secretary of NCSP'24