Special Issue "Selected Papers from the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics—Taiwan (IEEE 2020 ICCE-TW)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2021.
Interests: Research interests: intelligent audio coding; intelligent video coding; smart home on IoT; multimedia signal processing; SOC (system on chip)
Interests: multimedia signal processing; image and video coding; multimedia security; artificial intelligence
The IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics—Taiwan (IEEE 2020 ICCE-TW) will take place in Taoyuan, Taiwan, 28–30 September 2020. Over the years, the ICCE-TW conference has continuously provided a platform for experts, scholars, and researchers from all over the world to convene and share novel ideas on consumer electronics. Authors of selected papers are invited to submit extended versions (at least 50% of their submissions) of their original papers and contributions regarding the following topics:
- Biomedical sensors and actuators;
- Consumer electronics devices for sensors and actuators;
- Healthcare sensors and actuators;
- Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques;
- Mobile ad-hoc and wireless sensor networks;
- Sensor applications on autonomous cars;
- Sensor applications on computer communication techniques;
- Sensor applications on multimedia techniques.
Prof. Dr. Tsung-Han Tsai
Prof. Dr. Po-Chyi Su
Manuscript Submission Information
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- artificial intelligence (AI)
- autonomous car
- biomedical sensors
- computer communication
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- multimedia techniques
- sensor networks