2004 Conference - Technical Conference Information

Please, note that further information will be posted as it becomes available.

  1. 2004 Plenary Speaker:  Dr. Edward J. Delp, The Silicon Valley Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette,Indiana. Keynote address: Signal and Image Processing: What Went Wrong?  This address will explore the impact that signal and image processing has had on society and whether we’ve really delivered on our promises.
  2. Papers presentation format
  3. Technical Program (.pdf format):  2-page single sided format
  4. Overall program schedule information 
  5. Student Paper Contest Finalists
  6. Acknowledgement letters: e-mails notifications indicating the selection status of each submission were e-mailed on 8/19/04 to each author(s) e-mail addresses included in their submissions. Please note that no notifications are to be sent by regular mail this year. 

    If you submitted a paper and have not received a notification, please first check with the paper main POC. You may also check the Advance Program now available (Program, Author List). Should you need a personal notification mailed to you, a duplicate will be sent by sending a request to the Conference Registrar, Ms. Sue Netzorg (ph: (831) 373-8082; cell:(831) 915-4691; sscasilomar at comcast.net). Please, include the paper number, author(s), and title in your correspondence. 

  7. Special audiovisual requests (deadline October 10). We will have overhead projectors and computer projector available for all oral sessions, but not for poster sessions. Please note that we will NOT have laptops available. The computer projector model No. is DELL 4100MP. Presenters will need to bring their own laptops and should insure that their settings are compatible with the computer projectors. We recommend presenters bring a set of overhead transparencies or your presentation on a CD as a backup. 

Last updated 08/27/04, MPF