First Announcement: SampTA 2017, July 3–7, 2017, Tallinn, Estonia

Dear Colleagues, we are pleased to invite you to participate in the 12th biennial International Conference Sampling Theory and Applications” SampTA 2017, held on  July 3–7, 2017
in  Tallinn, Estonia.

SampTA (Sampling Theory and Applications) conferences bring together mathematicians and engineers interested in sampling theory and its applications to related fields (such as signal and image processing, compressed sensing, coding theory, control theory, computational neuroscience, information theory, complex analysis, harmonic analysis, differential equations) to exchange recent advances and to discuss open problems. More information available at: or by e-mail:

Call for Papers

Papers are 4-5 pages in length, and will be peer-reviewed for technical accuracy and topical relevance by the session organizers.  They are prepared using documentclass [conference] {IEEEtran} and reviewed and published via the EDAS system.  Longer papers will be published in a special double issue of Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing (STSIP) after the conference.

Important Dates:
Registration opens:               January 1, 2017
Full Paper Submission:        February 15, 2017
Acceptance Notice:               March 31, 2017
Final Version:                        May 1, 2017
SampTA  2017 is the 12th meeting, with previous meetings held at American University, Washington, DC (2015), Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany (2103),  Nanyang Technical University, Singapore (2011), CIRM, Marseilles, France (2009), Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece (2007), Samsun, Turkey (2005), Strobl, Austria (2003), UCF, Orlando Florida, U.S.A. (2001), Loen, Norway (1999), University of Aviero, Aveiro, Portugal (1997), and  Riga, Latvia (1995).
SampTA features plenary talks by prominent speakers, special sessions on selected topics reflecting the current trends in sampling theory and its applications to the engineering sciences, as well as regular sessions about traditional topics in sampling theory and a poster session.  We are also pleased to announce:

Plenary Speakers for  SampTA 2017
David Gross                 University of Cologne, Germany
Stephane Jaffard        Université Paris-Est, France
Michael Lacey             Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Jose Principe               University of Florida, USA
Justin Romberg          Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Amit Singer                  Princeton University, USA
Sergio Verdu                Princeton University, USA
Rene Vidal                    Johns Hopkins University, USA
Laura Waller                University of California, Berkeley, USA
Rachel Ward                University of Texas at Austin, USA
We look forward to seeing you at SampTA 2017!
For the Local Organizing Committee,

Andi Kivinukk, Tallinn University

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