Solicitation for Presentations

The 7th annual CSL student conference will be held from January 26-27, 2012, and will feature talks in the following areas:

- Reliable and High Performance Computing

- Decision and Control 

- Circuits

- Computational and Physical Electronics 

- Thin Film Electronics 

- Signal, Image and Speech Processing 

- Remote Sensing and Space Sciences

- Communications


There will be 20 talks given by students, a panel, and 4 invited speakers. This has always been a good opportunity for new students to gain some experience in presenting their work.

-- Every speaker will be given 20 mins for his or her presentation. We are also looking for 4 to 5 survey talks or tutorial talks in the areas mentioned above. These will be allotted 30 mins.

-- Any work that is of sufficient interest qualifies for a talk.

-- We encourage students to present interesting ideas, which could be simple for an expert in their domain, and yet excite students working in other fields.
-- Ongoing work is also encouraged, even if it is not yet published.


We will do our very best to accommodate everyone, though bear in mind that there is a limited number of slots.  Also, we welcome students outside CSL to present any relevant work.

If you are interested in giving a talk or in presenting a poster, please send an email to Aly Elgamal (elgamal1atillinois [dot] edu) or Rui Wu (ruiwu1atillinois [dot] edu) by January 20th with the following information:

• Title and abstract of your talk (or poster) 
• Your preference between giving a regular talk (20 mins) and a survey talk (30 mins)

For additional information, please visit the conference website at

We look forward to hearing from you!

7th Annual CSL Student Conference -- Organizing Committee