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Symposium: 14-16 Jan 2011
Workshop Proposal Submission: 14 Sept 2010
Workshop Notification: 30 Sept 2010
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14 Sept 2010
28 Sept 2010
Acceptance Notification: 14 Nov 2010
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Presentation Submission: 7 Dec 2010
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Proposal Submission for Tutorials and Workshops
Scope of Tutorials and Workshops
Proposals for tutorials and workshops are invited on topics related to, but not limited to:
• Communication Systems,
• Image and Multidimensional Signal Processing,
• Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems,
• Electron Devices and Sensors,
• Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence,
• Power and Control Systems,
• VLSI Design and Automation,
• Web, Multimedia, Computers and Embedded Systems.

Format for Preparing Proposals
Please submit proposals in pdf format to comprehensively cover the following details:
• Title of the Tutorial/Workshop (max. 256 characters) and short summary (max. 200 words).
• Broad scope (eg. Communication Systems)
• Name, affiliation and contact (including email and phone) details of the co-ordinating presenter and all other co-presenters.
• The targeted audience and prerequisites (approx. 50 words).
• Tutorial/Workshop duration. Full day tutorials will be six hours and half day tutorials will be three hours.
• Detailed tutorial program, with a list of topics covered, a short description of each topic and the approximate time devoted to each topic (approx. 2000 words).
• Technical bibliography (with emphasis on the authors' works and other related works being covered).
• List of tutorial material to be provided to the attendees. Also indicate whether these are provided free of cost, or cost is to be bourne by the attendees.
• Short biographical sketch of each presenter indicating previous experience in delivering lectures and tutorials, and expertise on the tutorial topic. (approx. 200 words for each presenter).

Proposal Submission
Co-ordinating presenters are encouraged to submit full day tutorial proposals to Vijaya Sankara Rao P [Tutorials and Workshop Chair] (vijaysankar@ieee.org) by and before Midnight of 14 September 2010 in the format specified above. All tutorial proposals will undergo a peer review process.

Special Requirements
Presenters at the tutorials will be provided with Audio-Visual equipment including public addressing system, a LCD overhead projector, and a Windows PC preloaded with MSPowerPoint Player 2003 and Adobe PDF Reader. Any other resources to be arranged by the presenters' on consultation with the Tutorials and Workshop Chair.

Note
• It is imperative that all presenters listed in the tutorial, workshop and demo proposal be available for presentation on the day of the tutorial (during 14-16 January 2011). Hence, it is important that consent be obtained from all the presenters and all organizational approvals obtained before making the tutorial proposal.
• All material from individual presenters must be collated and combined into a single tutorial presentation, as per the presentation guidelines (to be communicated at the time of acceptance).

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