ISSNIP is a network of researchers created in 2004 to address fundamental cross-disciplinary issues of sensor networks and Information Processing in large, complex, distributed interacting systems with direct applications in health, environment and security. It brings together distinguished Australian and International researchers from relevant disciplines: mathematics, statistics, computing, biology, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering to create an outstanding intellectual infrastructure. The Program will advance knowledge; deliver generic models, algorithms and implementations; develop directly end-product deployable intellectual property and create human resource for future research and employment in multiple domains.
ISSNIP is an Australian Research Council initiative.
Flagship Conference: IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (IEEE ISSNIP). 2013 IEEE Eighth ISSNIP conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia, 2-5 April 2013. Click here for more information.