The Late-Breaking Works (LBWs) track provides the ISPACS community with an opportunity to present new and exciting contributions that showcase innovative technologies, extend prior research conversations, detail short self-contained studies, or provide provocations for new work and ideas to emerge. We welcome submissions around a diversity of topics and methodologies, related to intelligent signal processing and communication systems. Examples might include:

  • An original and innovative technology, technique, or prototype with or without an accompanying evaluation
  • A short qualitative or quantitative study with a complete analysis
  • A “sequel” to a prior research contribution
  • A “prequel” to motivate or provoke novel conversations or future work
  • A theoretical or methodological contribution that provokes novel conversations for the discipline

  • We encourage all members of the signal processing and communication community and newcomers to submit Late-Breaking Works to elicit useful feedback, foster discussions, and share valuable and original ideas at the conference.

    You may download the CALL FOR PAPER for Late Breaking Work here


    Prospective authors are invited to submit a 1-page late-breaking works paper (excluding references) for review. One FULL registration (non-student rate) can register up to TWO papers. This only applies to the case that two papers are registered under the common author of these two papers.


    Late breaking paper submission deadline 30 August, 2022
    Notification of acceptance 10 September, 2022
    Submission of camera-ready full papers 20 September, 2022
    Early bird registration deadline 1 October, 2022
    Conference 22-25 November, 2022