IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems
21-24 October 2018 — Cape Town, South Africa

IEEE SiPS is a premier international forum for researchers and practitioners from industry and academia to exchange the latest scientific and technical advances in the area of design and implementation of signal processing systems. It addresses current and future challenges and new directions in research and development of these systems.

Paper Submission:
Please visit our Author Center
Download the Call for Papers
Submit a Student Poster Paper
Download the Call for Special Sessions
Authors are invited to submit full-length, original, unpublished papers.

Paper submission deadline 1 April 15 May 2018
Special Session Proposals deadline 15 March 15 May 2018
Accept/Reject notification date for papers, with reviews 15 June 30 June 2018
Final paper submission date 31 July 2018


We also request Proposals for half-day and full-day Tutorials; visit our Call for Tutorials Proposals page.

To: Authors and Potential attendees of SIPS 2018.
From: The IEEE SIPS 2018 Organizing Committee
Subject: Statement about Water Shortage in Cape Town
There has been some recent news reports about “Day Zero” in April 2018 in Cape Town when water will be turned off. We are pleased to let you know the city of Cape Town has announced that there will be no day zero for 2018. The city of Cape Town is welcoming SIPS 2018 attendees. Rest assured that the Organizing Committee for SIPS 2018 have been assured that there will be water and this issue will not affect our conference. We look forward to welcoming you to Cape Town in October 2018.

IEEE SiPS 2018 will have Special Sessions on “Signal Processing Systems for Radio Astronomy” and “Architectures for Machine Learning Algorithms.” Other Special Session proposals can also be submitted via the same website.

Cape Town, South Africa Cape Town Vacation Travel Guide (video)


Three Keynote Speakers

“Modern Radio Interferometric Imaging Challenges: From MeerKAT Towards the SKA”
Prof. Oleg Smirnov, Rhodes University

“Designing Computer Systems for Software 2.0”
Prof. Kunle Olukotun, Stanford University

(Check back for additional titles/speakers)