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Society affiliation

The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) was founded on 1 September 1978 to improve communication between groups and individuals that work within the multidisciplinary, fast growing field of signal processing in Europe and elsewhere, and to exchange and disseminate information in this field all over the world. The association exists to further the efforts of researchers by providing a learned and professional platform for dissemination and discussion of all aspects of signal processing including continuous- and discrete-time signal theory, applications of signal processing, systems and technology, speech communication, and image processing and communication.
EURASIP members are entitled to a 10% discount on the article-processing charge. To claim this discount, the corresponding author must enter the membership code when prompted. This can be requested from their EURASIP representative.

Call for special issues

The EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (JASP) welcomes Special Issues on timely topics related to the field of signal processing at large. The objective of Special Issues is to bring together recent and high quality works in a research domain, to promote key advances in signal processing, and to provide overviews of the state-of-the-art in emerging domains, to the general signal processing audience.

EURASIP JASP publishes special issues related to call for papers. These calls for papers are issued after a special issue proposal has been accepted by the journal. All the papers submitted to a call for papers will then undergo a blind review process under the management of the guest editors, before acceptance and publication. Research and tutorial papers can be considered, but the tutorial nature of any paper should be clearly presented.

Proposals for special issues should include the following information:

a.     Topic of the special issue. Any topic in the scope of EURASIP JASP is appropriate, but special issues should address new areas, or consolidated areas with significant recent progresses. The rationale for the special issue topic has to be well motivated, and the timeliness and relevance to the JASP audience has to be clearly presented. In addition, objective criteria that show the importance of the proposed topic are welcome, as well as indications about the absence of similar special issues in other journals.

b.     Guest editor team. A team of guest editors will manage the peer review process of the special issue, after acceptance of the proposed topic. After acceptance, the Guest Editors will be responsible for the content of the Special Issue. The Guest Editors should be well established researchers in the domain of the special issue or closely related fields. They should have at a minimum, several years of post-PhD experience, and a significant publication track record. The team of Guest Editors should also be well balanced, and provide a complete coverage of the technical scope of the special issue. Special issue proposals should ideally include a short bio for each of the Guest Editors, along with complete contact information for each of them.

c.     Potential contributions. Proposals are usually stronger if they include a potential list of contributors, which demonstrate the potential importance of the topic. Alternatively, a list of workshops, special sessions or similar events can contribute to support the potential success of a special issue.

d.     Call for papers. A draft call for papers should be attached to the proposal. This one-page document should clearly describe the scope of the special issue, the topics to be covered, a tentative timing, along with the guest editors with their contact information.

Special issue proposals in the format of a single PDF document, including the above information, shall be submitted by emails to . Please include in the subject line ‘JASP Special Issue Proposal’.

Open special issues

Optimization, Learning, and Adaptation over Networks
Deadline for submissions: 16th March 2018

Aims and scope

The aim of the EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing is to highlight the theoretical and practical aspects of signal processing in new and emerging technologies. The journal is directed as much at the practicing engineer as at the academic researcher. Authors of articles with novel contributions to the theory and/or practice of signal processing are welcome to submit their articles for consideration. All manuscripts undergo a rigorous review process. EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing employs a paperless, electronic review process to enable a fast and speedy turnaround in the review process.

The journal is an Open Access journal since 2007.

EURASIP Best paper awards 2018

We are pleased to announce that the following paper published in EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing has been awarded a EURASIP best paper award!

Extending coprime sensor arrays to achieve the peak side lobe height of a full uniform linear array
Kaushallya Adhikari, John R. Buck and Kathleen E. Wage

The award ceremony will take place at EUSIPCO 2018 in Italy. For more information see the EURASIP newsletter.

NEW blog series about SpringerOpen EURASIP journals

In a series of blog posts, we’d like to provide you with some exciting insights into the 7 open access signal processing journals that SpringerOpen publishes together with EURASIP. You will find interviews with the journals’ Editors-in-Chief, with leaders of the society, you will hear more about the special issues that these journals publish on hot topics, along with useful tips for your manuscript submission and more. Read the blog here


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