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Technical co-sponsors: *IEEE Region 8 (Europe, Middle East and 
Africa)**, *IEEE Hungary Section**, *IEEE Czechoslovakia Section***, and 
*IEEE Czechoslovakia Section SP/CAS/COM Joint Chapter** *The TSP 2019 
Proceedings, containing presented papers at the Conference, will be 
submitted for indexing to the *IEEE Xplore® Digital Library**, *SCOPUS*, 
*Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) of Thomson Reuters*, 
*DBLP*, and *Google Scholar databases. *[* pending approval; ** approved].

Authors of the best rated and presented papers will be invited for 
publishing in special issues of international journals.

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

Within the framework of the *2019 42nd International Conference on 
Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP - /* 
held during *July 3-5, 2019inBudapest, Hungary*, prospective Organizers 
are invited to *submit proposals for Workshops and Special Sessions* at 
TSP 2019 Conference. Proposals are due through the form available at 
/ by *February 1, 2019*. The TSP 
Conference serves as a premier annual international forum to promote the 
exchange of the latest advances in telecommunication technology and 
signal processing. The aim of the Conference is to bring together both 
novice and experienced scientists, developers, and specialists, to meet 
new colleagues, collect new ideas, and establish new cooperation between 
research groups from universities, research centers, and private sectors 
from the whole Europe, America, Asia, Australia, and Africa.

For a Workshop and Special Session proposal to be considered for 
acceptance at TSP 2019 Conference, the proposed topic needs to be an 
emerging area in telecommunications or signal processing. The topic 
should be timely and significantly important to the technical audience, 
and the speakers need to convey compelling information about the topic. 
The proposals will be evaluated by the ability to introduce the area to 
large telecommunications and signal processing community, further 
develop the area, and help establishing a larger research community 
beyond the area.

Each Workshop and Special Session will be approx. 90 minutes long and 
will usually consist of 5 oral presentations, however, in case of larger 
interest the Workshop or Special Session will be divided to more parts. 
Other formats may be possible, including panel discussions, demos, or 
poster presentations.

The Organizer’s role is to invite the speakers, help with reviews, and 
chair the session itself.

Each speaker invited to a Workshop and Special Session will be required 
to submit a paper, under the regular submission requirements, by the 
regular submission deadline. These papers will enter the same system as 
regular papers, and be subject to reviews. The Organizer will be asked 
to help with selection of reviewers and in consultation with the program 
committee will make accept/reject decisions. It is possible that some 
invited papers may be rejected. However, this is expected to be a rare 
case since the Organizer should recruit only the high-quality papers to 
the Workshop or Special Session.

The invited speakers as well as the Organizer will be required to 
register for the conference. Registration fees will not be waived and 
there will be no honoraria available through TSP. For more information 
please visit the *'Call for Workshop & Special Session'*at website 
/ . We are also ready to answer your questions 
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Looking forward to meeting you in Budapest, Hungary.

With best regards,

Norbert Herencsar and Attila Vidacs
TSP 2019 General Co-Chairs

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doc. Ing. Norbert Herencsar, Ph.D.
Department of Telecommunications
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication
Brno University of Technology
Technicka 3082/12
616 00 Brno
Czech Republic


Assoc. Prof. Attila Vidacs, Ph.D.
Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magyar tudosok korutja 2.
1117 Budapest

TSP Organizers reserve the right to exclude a paper from distribution 
after the Conference (e.g., non-indexing in IEEE Xplore® and other 
databases) if the paper is not presented at the Conference.

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