Welcome to SPCOM 2018!


IEEE IEEE Signal Processing Society


Graduation Day Event winners announced.

Tutorial slides have been posted here.

The plenary talk on July 18 (Wednesday) will be given by David Gesbert Goutam Chattopadhyay.

SPCOM 2018 best paper awards announced.

SPCOM 2018 proceedings can be downloaded from here.

The Graduation Day Event is planned for July 19.

The program schedule for SPCOM 2018 is online.

Accommodation, guest house and hotel information for SPCOM 2018 is online.




QoS-Constrained Energy-Efficient AF Two-Way Full-Duplex Relaying With Massive Antennas
Rohit Budhiraja
Full Duplex Wireless: A solution for next generation or not yet?
Dinesh Bharadia
Recent Developments in IOT: A system perspective
Ganesan Thiagarajan
Compressed Sensing Based Uncoordinated and Unsourced Multiple Access
Jean-Francois Chamberland-Tremblay
Content Caching and Delivery with Partial Adaptive Matching
Nikhil Karamchandani
Approximate optimality of separation in cache-aided wireless interference networks
Suhas Diggavi
Coded Caching Schemes with Reduced Subpacketization from Linear Block Codes
Aditya Ramamoorthy
Caching in Cellular Networks: A Learning Theoretic Perspective
Bharath N. Bettagere
Structured low-rank algorithms: a novel framework for super-resolution recovery of curves and images
Mathews Jacob
Solving Inverse Computational Imaging Problems using Deep Pixel-level Priors
Kaushik Mitra
SPToF: Signal processing for Time-of-Flight cameras
Adithya Pediredla
Sparsity Assisted Optical Phase Imaging
Kedar Khare
Proving strong converse is difficult?
Shun Watanabe
Secret Sharing for Secure and Private Distributed Coded Computation
Salim El Rouayheb
Gaussian Process bandits with adaptive discretization
Tara Javidi
Estimation of discrete distributions under local differential privacy
Alexander Barg
Automatically derived acoustic sub-word units: Some paradigms
V. Ramasubramanian
Is there more to the spectrogram than meets the eye?
Chandra Sekhar Seelamantula
Variant and invariant characteristics in speech articulation
Prasanta Kumar Ghosh
Unsupervised Representation Learning for Speech Signals
Sriram Ganapathy
Self-interference Modeling and Digital Cancellation Along with Full-Duplex Wireless System Analysis
Taneli Riihonen
Self-Interference Cancellation via Beamforming in an Integrated Full Duplex Circulator-Receiver Phased Array
Harish Krishnaswamy
Performance of LTE and 5G-NR cellular networks with full-duplex nodes
Radhakrishna Ganti
Full-Duplex Communication with Imperfect Self-Interference Cancellation
Andreas Burg
Backdoored Neural Networks (BadNets)
Siddharth Garg
Software-defined security for next generation networks
Vyas Sekar
Signal Processing Problems in Cyber Physical System Security
Sandeep K. Shukla
Data Privacy for a $\rho$-Recoverable Function
Prakash Narayan
Quantum Communications: Concepts and Prospects
Apoorva Patel
Efficient measurement of high-dimensional quantum states
Anand Kumar Jha
Quantum Communication Using Coherent Rejection Sampling
Rahul Jain
The theory and practice of quantum key distribution (QKD)
Anil Prabhakar
Fog and Software Defined Networking paradigms in 5th Generation Wireless Communication Networks
Abhay Karandikar
RF energy transfer channel models for sustainable IoT
Swades De
Towards low power terabit per second optical interconnects
Shalabh Gupta
5G New Radio-India's contribution to IMT-2020
Kiran Kuchi
Enabling the Third Wireless Revolution through Transformative RF/mmWave Circuits, Systems and Wireless Communication and Sensing Paradigms
Harish Krishnaswamy
Non-Destructive Testing using THz imaging
Bala Pesala
Periodic EM configurations and their applications for next generation Wireless systems
P.H. Rao
Communication and Systems at Millimeter and Terahertz Waves
Goutam Chattopadhyay
AMP-Inspired Deep Neural Networks, with Applications to Compressive Random Access and Massive-MIMO Channel Estimation
Phil Schniter
Random Matrix Theory Application on Regularized Discriminant Analysis
Tareq Al Naffouri
Deep Learning Meets Sparse Coding
Chandra Sekhar Seelamantula
Hidden Talents of the Variational Autoencoder
David Wipf


SPCOM 2018 provides a forum for researchers from academia, research laboratories, and industries to come together to share and learn about current developments in these emerging fields. SPCOM 2018 is the twelfth in a series of biennial events that have been organized since 1990 at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc).

SPCOM 2018 will be held at the National Science Seminar Complex (J. N. Tata Auditorium) on the Indian Institute of Science campus.

Previous editions:

SPCOM 2016
SPCOM 2014
SPCOM 2012


Communication and Networks Topics Signal Processing Topics
Ad-hoc, Mesh and Sensor Networks Array Signal Processing
Coding for Data Communications and Storage Audio / Speech / Spoken Language Processing
Cognitive Radio Compressive Sensing and High-Dimensional Statistics
Cooperative and D2D Communications Computational Photography
Cyber Physical Systems Digital and Multirate Signal Processing
Energy and Smart Grid Image / Video / Multimedia Signal Processing
Game Theory in Networks Inverse Problems in Imaging
Green Communications Neural/Biological Signal Processing
Information Theory Radar/Sonar Signal Processing
Machine Learning in Communications and Signal Processing Signal Processing Algorithms and Architectures
Multihop and Heterogeneous Networks Signal Processing for Big Data
Network Coding Signal Processing for Communications
Optical Communications and Networks Signal Processing for Networks and Graphs
Physical Layer Security Signal Processing for the Internet of Things
Source Coding and Data Compression Statistical Signal Processing
THz, mmWave and RF Systems for Communications Systems, Standards and Implementations
Vehicular Networks Underwater Communications and Signal Processing
Wireless Communications VLSI for Communications and Signal Processing




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