Session organisation

BASP Frontiers is structured around morning and evening sessions of three hours each. Amongst a total of nine sessions over five days, three sessions will be focused on theoretical signal processing, another three on astronomical signal processing, and another three on biomedical signal processing.

Each of the nine sessions is organised jointly by a steering committee member and an invited organiser. It will consist of 5 talks in the conference room (100′), followed by 5 poster presentations in the lobby (80’) with coffee for morning sessions, or aperitif for evening sessions. The talks and posters distributions is as follows:

1 review talk by the session organiser and 4 invited talks: 20′ each (incl. 4′ discussion). The invited organiser’s talk is to introduce the session in a wider scientific context, made accessible to the non-experts in the audience. Session organisers have the flexibility to make a short session introduction before a presentation of their own research results.

1 invited and 3 contributed posters, and 1 additional poster from the organising committee member: 80’; A0 portrait format; each poster will be allowed a 30’’ flash intro just after the talks; the 3 contributed posters will be selected based on a call for contributions (see abstract submission).