On behalf of the IEEE ICAS Organizing Committee, we thank you for your participation in the IEEE ICAS 2021 virtual conference. With your help, we were able to bring together a community of more than 120 attendees from around the world.
It’s necessary to our technical community continues to grow and learn together to advance technology, even during these uncertain and challenging times. Whether you watched presentations on-demand or browsed the conference proceedings, we are grateful that you took the time to participate.
To wrap up IEEE ICAS 2021, here are a few final reminders and resources:
On-Demand Content: Live session recordings will be available on the ICAS virtual platform to view on-demand at your convenience. This content will be available until September 6, 2021. During this time, you can continue to ask questions for authors in the conversation tab. Please note your login will be required to view videos and comment and ask questions, which can be found at the bottom of this email.
Survey: We would love to hear your feedback on this year’s conference as well as thoughts on how to enhance the conference in future years. Please take our survey below so that we can improve for IEEE ICAS 2022! Take the survey here.
Additionally, we would like to extend a special thank you to our colleagues who helped make these events possible, to our Patrons who invested in the success of the events, and to the Authors and Presenters who contributed their research and quickly adapted to the virtual platform.
The 2021 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Systems (ICAS 2021) is sponsored by IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) through IEEE SPS Autonomous Systems Initiative. Over the last decade, researchers have been proposing and investigating computing systems with advanced levels of autonomy in order to manage the ever-increasing requirements in complexity. An autonomous system is an artificial system able to perform a certain number of tasks with a high degree of autonomy. Signal Processing plays a key role within autonomous systems by providing theories and techniques to design algorithms used for perception, control and learning within an autonomous system. This IEEE ICAS 2021 conference is focused on providing an updated state of the art over most advanced signal processing theories and techniques that are relevant for developing autonomous systems.
Original papers are invited from multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives on subject topics in Autonomous Systems including, but not limited to, the following:
Co-Chairs: Dario Farina (UK), Mahdi Tavakoli (Canada) and S. Farokh Atashzar (US)
Co-Chairs: Deepa Kundur (Canada) and Mohammad Al Janaideh (Canada)
Co-Chairs: Dr. Giuseppe Franze (Italy) and Walter Lucia (Canada)
Co-Chairs: Chun Wang (UK) and Anjali Awasthl (Canada)
Co-Chairs: Usman Khan (USA) and Hoi-To Wai (Hong Kong)
Inaugurated in October 2017, the Conference Centre is located in the John Molson Building in the heart of Downtown Montreal. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the Center offers a modern and ultra-functional environment. It has a comfortable reception area for coffee breaks or cocktails as well as a wide corridor to facilitate traffic. The abundant windows offers daylight and a spectacular view of the city and the St. Lawrence River.