The Conference Organizers thank all attendees of the SiPS 2016 meeting in Dallas, Texas, USA.


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2016 IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems is a major international forum for discussion of new technology progress and innovations in the design and implementation of digital signal processing systems. It addresses all aspects of architecture and design methods of these systems. Emphasis is on current and future challenges in research and development in both academia and industry. This is the 30th edition of the SiPS conference.

This year’s theme is:

Signal processing beyond performance optimization

  • Future signal processing applications will have to consider processing latency and power constraints in addition to pursuing optimal system performance
  • The fundamental dilemma is that the complexity of SP is rapidly increasing to improve system performance while target data-rate of real applications increase exponentially.
  • For example, Ethernet system increases 10x speed every 8 years. Thus we face power, area, and/or latency constrained performance optimization for Signal Processing in the future especially when we target at multi-Gbps and beyond applications.

Dr. Wanda Gass, Keynote Speaker, giving a presentation on “Solving the Equation for Women’s Success in Engineering”, at SiPS 2016.