IEEE ICASSP 2018 || Calgary, Alberta, Canada || 15-20 April 2018

Demos

DEMO-1: Demo Session I

Session Type: Demonstration
Time: Tuesday, April 17, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: Exhibit Hall Foyer
 
DEMO-1.1: IMPLEMENTATION OF SUB-NYQUIST RADAR TECHNOLOGY
         Harel Moalem; SAMPL Lab, Electrical Engineering, Technion-Israel institute of Technology
 
DEMO-1.2: ACOUSTIC POSITIONING WITH UNSYNCHRONIZED SOUND SOURCES
         Alon Eilam, Guy Feferman, Michal Blatt, Benny Saban, Nimrod Peleg; Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel

DEMO-2: Demo Session II

Session Type: Demonstration
Time: Wednesday, April 18, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: Exhibit Hall Foyer
 
DEMO-2.1: AN IMMERSIVE 3D AUDIO HEADSET FOR VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY
         Nguyen Duy Hai, Santi Peksi, Rishabh Ranjan, Jianjun He, Boon Siang Tan, Rishabh Gupta, Woon-Seng Gan; School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., Singapore; Immerzen Labs Pte. Ltd., Singapore; Sivantos Pte. Ltd, Singapore
 
DEMO-2.2: LOW-LATENCY REAL-TIME BLIND SOURCE SEPARATION FOR HEARING AIDS
         Masahiro Sunohara, Chiho Haruta, Nobutaka Ono; RION Co., Ltd.; Tokyo Metropolitan University

DEMO-3: Demo Session III

Session Type: Demonstration
Time: Thursday, April 19, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: Exhibit Hall Foyer
 
DEMO-3.1: UBAS: AN ULTRASOUND BASED AIR-WRITING SYSTEM
         Hui Chen, Tarig Ballal, Mohamed Saad, Tareq Y. Al-Naffouri; Electrical Engineering Department, CEMSE Division, KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
 
DEMO-3.2: A REAL-TIME ACOUSTIC EVENT DETECTION SYSTEM WITH ON-SITE TRAINING
         Tatsuya Komatsu,Chaitanya Narisetty,Reishi Kondo; NEC Corporation

DEMO-4: Demo Session IV

Session Type: Demonstration
Time: Friday, April 20, 13:30 - 15:30
Location: Exhibit Hall Foyer
 
DEMO-4.1: QCRI-MIT LIVE ARABIC DIALECT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM
         Mohamed Eldesouki, Suwon Shon, Ahmed Ali; Qatar Computing Research Institute, HBKU Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT
 
DEMO-4.2: INFORMATION NAVIGATION VIA SPOKEN DIALOGUE AND LINKED DATA
         Alexandros Papangelis (1), Panagiotis Papadakos (2), Norbert Braunschweiler (1), Yannis Stylianou (1), Yannis Marketakis (2), Yannis Tzitzikas (2); (1) Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, (2) Institute of Computer Science FORTH

Important Dates

Proposals due: January 02, 2018

Proposal Decisions: January 26, 2018


Call for Demos

ICASSP 2018 will continue the tradition of featuring demo sessions where researchers from academia and industry can demonstrate real-world prototypes of innovative signal processing systems. These demo sessions will provide a forum for researchers from various fields to discuss the practical aspects of emerging signal processing algorithms and implementations.

Demos related to all technical areas of ICASSP as defined in the Call for Papers are encouraged for submission. Demos should be novel and innovative and should appeal to the ICASSP audience.

The demo sessions will take place concurrently with the regular technical sessions at ICASSP. Accepted demos will have a space to maximize interaction with the attendees.

Each demonstration will be provided with a skirted table, board for a poster and an electrical power strip. All other equipment should be provided by the presenters. Presenters are also responsible for any shipping costs, delivery to and from the conference as well as care of your equipment during the conference. You will also need to register at ICASSP in order to present a demonstration. Please arrive early and make your demonstration ready before your session starts.


The submission deadline has passed; No further proposals are being considered.


Inquiries about Demos may be sent to demos@2018.ieeeicassp.org and submissions can be made through the link above.

Umit Batur
Rivian
San Jose, California

Yoan Shin
Soongsil University
Seoul, Korea