BASP Frontiers is an international conference aimed at gathering researchers from around the globe to communicate the latest advances in Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing, with a core focus on computational imaging.
12 years down the line… Building on the success of the first five events in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019, (Covid-cancelled in 2021), the 2023 conference will gather no more than 100 participants in the unique environment of the Swiss Alps, and open its floor to synergetic discussions on topics ranging from the latest theoretical developments in signal processing and AI methodology, to their application for imaging inverse problems, image analysis, and other scientific computing challenges. Major Fourier imaging modalities such as aperture synthesis by radio interferometry in astronomy and magnetic resonance imaging in medicine have contributed to define the ethos of BASP Frontiers since its inception in 2011. But a variety of other imaging and more general sensing modalities have enriched the conference since then.
Ski & full board philosophy: Following our tradition, BASP Frontiers 2023 will take place in a ski resort of the Swiss Alps in a full board regime. The most fruitful discussions often take place after the sessions themselves, on the terrace, or during breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Invited & contributed work: Session organisers are invited by the steering committee, and will work jointly with the committee to invite speakers for talks and poster presentations. Proposals for additional contributed poster presentations are subject to abstract review and acceptance (see abstract submission).
Contribution policy: One registration fee is due for each abstract. Non-author attendance is not possible. Invitation to talk is not transferable (see registration page).
In-person event mode and force majeure: BASP Frontiers is an in-person event only. There will be no possibility for online presentations. The committee will monitor any chance of disruption to the organisation due a major event such as the COVID-19 pandemic (see COVID-19 page) and communicate any necessary measures or deviation to the organisation with the participants.