international conference on Sensors, Systems, Signals and advanced technologies, Hammamet-Tunisia, May 10-12th, 2018



The 2018 international conference on Sensors, Systems, Signals and advanced technologies (SSS'18) will be held in May 10-12, 2018 at Hammamet, Tunisia . Our conference is a forum for presenting excellent results and new challenges facing the field of the reliability and availability of Sensors, Systems, Signals and Advanced Technologies. It brings together experts from industry, governments and academia, experienced in engineering, design and research. The objective of this International conference is to provide opportunities for the Researchers, Academicians, Industry persons and students to interact and exchange ideas, experience and expertise in the current trend and strategies for Information and Communication Technologies. The technical program will include plenary lectures, regular technical sessions, and special sessions.

The conference covers both classic and most recent trends in Electronics, Image and Signal Processing, addressing both theoretical and applicative aspects, with particular emphasis (but not limited) to the following topics: Electronic devices, Low-voltage, low-power VLSI design, Image Processing, Signal Processing, Computer sciences, Etc. A proceeding copy will be provided to attendees. Please note that at least one full paying author of each accepted paper must register for the conference before the indicated deadline. SSS'18 is technically sponsored by IEEE RAS Tunisia Chapter.

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Intelligent sensors/actuators, micro-sensors and micro-actuators, Mobile, Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks (Architecture & Security), Satellite-based sensors network, Optical-chemical and biomedical sensors, Mechanical and thermal sensors, Micro-sensors and MEMS-technology, Nano sensors, nano systems and nano technology, Spectroscopy methods, Multi sensor data fusion, Data acquisition and distributed measurements, Energy harvesting and circuits, Medical and environmental applications, Circuit test-device characterization and modeling, Sensor interfaces and measuring systems, Custom and semi-custom circuits, Analog circuit design, Low-voltage, low-power VLSI design, Nano and molecular electronics, Circuits for wireless interfaces, Packaging and reliability, Materials-devices and interconnects, Metrology and measurement uncertainty, …


micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), Multi-Antenna and MIMO Wireless Systems, Microwave Communications Systems, Real-Time & Multi-Core Embedded Systems, Design Techniques for Cyber-Physical Systems, Operating Systems Scheduling Algorithms, Fuzzy Control Systems, Information Systems Security, Systems-on-Chip (SoC) & Networks-on-Chip (NoC), Multimedia Networking,


Digital signal processing theory, Image and multidimensional processing, Pattern recognition methods, DSP implementation, Computer vision, Real-time multimedia signal processing, Coding Compression and Inf. Theory, Digital signal processing, Image and video compression algorithms, Speech recognition, Biometry and medical imaging, Data fusion and pattern recognition, Information retrieval, Computational Intelligence, Distributed and Real Time Systems, Cloud computingVideo Analysis & Understanding, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, Multiview Geometry and 3D Computer Vision, Image Analysis, Detection and Recognition, Multimedia, Biomedical and Assistive Technology, Information Forensics and Security, Imaging for Cultural Heritage and Archaeology.

Advanced Technologies

Next Generation Optical Networks, Virtual Reality, Augment Reality, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Smart Cities, Machine to Machine, Smart Transport, High Performance Computing, Mobile Applications, Knowledge Management, Social Computing, Software Engineering and Quality, Smart Health,

Call For Papers

All papers must be written in English and should describe original work. The length of the paper is limited to a maximum of 6 pages (in the standard IEEE conference double column format).

SSS'18 is technically sponsored by IEEE RAS Tunisia Chapter.

Only full papers are accepted for submission. Papers will be refereed through a blind process for technical merit and content. To be eligible for publication in the Conference proceedings, an accepted paper must be presented at the Conference by one of the authors. You can send your work as a regular paper or send it to one of the accepted special sessions. Papers should be submitted before February 28, 2018.

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Authors are requested to provide a full paper of 6 pages maximum, according to the instructions provided within the following templates:

Latex Template

Microsoft Word Template


Full paper submission February 28, 2018

Full paper evaluation notification March 15, 2018

Full paper camera ready submission March 31, 2018

Full paper author registration April 15, 2018


Honorary Chairs
Pr. Adel Alimi, ENIS, University Of Sfax, Tunisia
Pr. Najoua Essoukri, ENISo, University Of Sousse, Tunisia
General Chairs
Pr. Kamel Besbess, CRMN, Sousse, Tunisia
Pr. Tarak Khadir, University of Badji Mokhtar, Annaba, Algeria
Pr. Zied Laachiri, ENIT, University of Tunis, Tunisia
Program Committee Chairs
Ahmad Taher Azar, Benha University, Egypt

Chakib Ben Njima, University of Sousse, Tunisia

Abdelkrim Haqiq , FST, Hassan 1st University, Settat, Morocco

Marouane EL Mabrouk, University of ALEXANDRU IOAN CUZA, Romania

Aicha Bouzid, University of Tunis, Tunisia
Publication Chairs
Walid Ben Mabrouk, University of Sousse, Tunisia

Natheer Gharaibeh, University of , Jordan

Larbi Chrifi Alaoui, University of Picardie Jules Verne, France

Hassen Seddik, University of Tunis, Tunisia
Publicity Chairs
Mehrez Abdellaoui, University of Kairouan, Tunisia

Yahya Salah, University of Gabes, Tunisia

Kais Bouallegue, University of Sousse, Tunisia

Walid Ben Mabrouk, University of Sousse, Tunisia
Industrial Session Chair
Sami Ghedira, University of Monastir, Tunisia
Bessem Elouaer, ATTeDD, Tunisia
Local Arrangement Chair
Chakib Ben Njima, University of Sousse, Tunisia
Organizing Committee
Mehrez Abdellaoui, Tunisia

Noureddine Abid, Tunisia

Rabeb Touati, Tunisia

Rahma Kalboussi, Tunisia

Walid Ben Mabrouk, Tunisia

Fatma Lajmi, Tunisia
International Programm Committee

Andrew Kusiak, USA

Afef Elloumi, Tunisia

Abdellah Najid, Morocco

Abdellah Touhafi, Belgium

Abdellah Zaaloul, Morocco

Abdellatif Kobbane, Morocco

Abdelmajid Hajami, Morocco

Abdelouahed Tajer, Morocco

Abdellah Kouzou, Algeria

Abderrahim Beni Hsane, Morocco

Abderrahim Marzouk, Morocco

Aawatif Hayar, Morocco

Abdel Aitouche, France

Abdeltif Mtibaa, Tunisia

Abdelghani Ben Tahar, Morocco

Abdelhakim Boudhir Anouar, Morocco

Abdelaziz Hamzaoui, France

Abderrahman Zaafouri, Tunisia

Aboul Ella Hassanien, Egypte

Abdelkader Chaari, Tunisia

Abdellah Ezzati, Morocco

Abdelhakim Boudhir Anouar, Morocco

Adel Mahjoub, Tunisia

Adnane Latif, Morocco

Ahlame Begdouri, Morocco

Ahmed El Kiram, Morocco

Ahmed Jaballi, Tunisia

Adel Khedher, Tunisia

Atif Iqbal, Qatar

Ali Douik, Tunisia

Badreddine El Mohajir, Morocco

Bouchaib Nassereddine, Morocco

Brahim Ouhbi, Morocco

Ahmed Errkik, Morocco

Amine Ben Makhlouf, Morocco

Amine Berqia, Morocco

Anas Abou El Kalam, Morocco

Ahmad Taher Azar, Egypt

Anis Sellami, Tunisia

Anis Khouaja, Tunisia

Amer R. Zerek, Libya

Anouar Benamor, Tunisia

Anissa Ben Aïcha, Tunisia

Ayman A. Aly, Egypt

Azeddine Bilami, Algeria

Choubeila Maaoui, France

Cherki Daoui, Morocco

Djamel Boukhetala, Algeria

Driss Bouzidi, Morocco

Driss El Ouadghiri, Morocco

Errachdi Ayachi, Tunisia

El Mamoun Souidi, Morocco

El Moukhtar Zemmouri, Morocco

Essaid Sabir, Morocco

Ezgi Guney, Turkey

Gurvinder Virk, Sweden

Ghita Mezzour, Morocco

Ghizlane Orhanou, Morocco

Fayçal Ben Hmida, Tunisia

Farhat Fnaiech, Tunisia

Faouzi Msahli, Tunisia

Faouzi Bouani, Tunisia

Hanan El Faylali, Morocco

Hassen Fourati, France

Hassen Mekki, Tunisia

Hassan Ayad, Morocco

Hacen Habbi, Algeria

Hedi Dhouibi, Tunisia

Hafssa Benaboud, Morocco

Hajar Mousannif, Morocco

Hamadou Saliah-Hassane, Canada

Hanane Bakkali, Morocco

Hana Mosbahi, Tunisia

Hicham Behja, Morocco

Islam Boussaada, France

Imene Ben Kahla, Tunisia

Imen Massaoudi, Tunisia

Imene Elhachfi, Tunisia

Ioannis Lambadaris, Canada

Jaafar Abouchabaka, Morocco

Jamal Zbitou, Morocco

Jalel Zrida, Tunisia

Jerome Harmand, France

Jun Yoneyama, Japan

Kamel Ben Othman, Tunisia

Kamel Besbes, Tunisia

Kais Bouzrara, Tunisia

Khalid El Yassini, Morocco

Khalil Drira, France

Khalid Zine Eddine, Morocco

Kenz Amhmed Bozed, Libya

Khaled Abu Khuloud, Italy

Layth Sliman, France

Luis Orozco Barbosa, Spain

Larbi Chrifi, France

Lassaad Sbita, Tunisia

Marouane EL Mabrouk, Morocco

Marcos Tsuzuki, Brazil

Michel Zasadzinski, France

Mohamed Habib Kammoun, Tunisia

Mohamed Ali Khoidja, KSA

Mohamed Boutayeb, France

Mohamed Cherif Mebarek, Algeria

Mahir Dursan, Turkey

Mohamed Ben El Aattar, Morocco

Mohamed El Kamili, Morocco

Mohamed El Koutbi, Morocco

Mohammed Chadli, France

Mehrez Abdellaoui, Tunisia

Med Tarek Khadir, Algeria

Mohamed M. Elfituri, Libya

Murat Karakaya, Turkey

Mohamed Bahaj, Morocco

Mohamed Essaaidi, Morocco

Mohamed Moughit, Morocco

Moez Soltani, Tunisia

Mohamed Nemiche, Morocco

Mohamed Sabbane, Morocco

Mohammed Boulmalf, Morocco

Mohammed El Mohajir, Morocco

Moamar Sayed-Mouchaweh, France

Mostafa Belkasmi, Morocco

Mostafa Ezziyyani, Morocco

Mostafa Hefnawi, Canada

Mostapha Zbakh, Morocco

Mounir Rifi, Morocco

Mustapha Belaissaoui, Morocco

Najoua Essokri Ben Amara, Tunisia

Najib Ben Nasr, KSA

Naoufal Raissouni, Morocco

Natheer Gharaibeh, Jordan

Nasr Eddine Debbache, Algeria

Nabil Laachfoubi, Morocco

Noreddine Gherabi, Morocco

Ounsa Roudies, Morocco

Nizar Rokbani, Tunisia

Nicolas Langlois, France

Noureddine Zerhouni, France

Qing-Long Han, Australia

Rachid El Azouzi, France

Rachid El Kouche, Morocco

Rachida Ajhoun, Morocco

Said Drid, Algeria

Said El Hajji, Morocco

Salah Saad, Algeria

Said El Kafhali, Morocco

Said Raghay, Morocco

Salma Gaou, Morocco

Slimane Mekaoui, Algeria

Sofiane Ahmedali, France

Souani Chokri, Tunisia

Sofia Douda, Morocco

Tahar Bahi, Algeria

Touafiq Gadi, Morocco

Tarek Garna, Tunisia

Walid Ben Mabrouk, Tunisia

Youssef Balouki, Morocco

Youssef Zaz, Morocco

Zahi Jarir, Morocco

Zouhair Guenoun, Morocco

Zaki Sari, Algeria

Zineb Simeu-Abazi, France


Prof. Adel Alimi, ENIS, University Of Sfax, Tunisia
Prof. Kamel Besbess , CRMN, Sousse, Tunisia
Prof. Said Drid , University Batna2, Algeria
Prof. Ahmad Taher Azar , Faculty of Computers and Information, Benha University, Egypt
Prof. Tarak Khadir , University of Badji Mokhtar, Annaba, Algeria


What is included in the SSS'18 registration:

Full registration includes: Access to all technical sessions, panel sessions, coffee breaks, lunchs and receptions. It also includes a copy of the conference proceedings.

Student registration includes: Access to all technical sessions, panel sessions, coffee breaks, lunchs and receptions. It also includes a copy of the conference proceedings.


  1. At least one REGISTRATION must be made by authors to have the paper in the proceedings.
  2. No more than one additional paper is allowed by one registration.
  3. Papers with no registration will not be included in the proceeding.
  4. This payment mode is made at the latest by April 15, 2018.
Before April 15, 2018 After April 15, 2018
Senior registration 420 EUR 470 EUR
Student registration 340 EUR 390 EUR
IEEE Member 360 EUR 410 EUR
Student Member, IEEE 290 EUR 340 EUR
Additional paper (max 1 paper) 180 EUR 180 EUR
Banquet ticket 60 EUR 60 EUR
For people from "Tunisia", a reduced registration fee will be applied.
Senior registration 640 TND 690 TND
Student registration 540 TND 590 TND
Registration for Industrial participants 940 TND 990 TND
Additional paper (max 1 paper) 250 TND 250 TND
Banquet ticket 60 TND 60 TND


Venue & Accomodation

VINCCI MARILLIA Hotel - The hotel Vincci Marillia 4 * is located in Yasmine Hammamet , a place characterized by the jasmine plantations that give its name to the locality. It is in a privileged place imbued with Arab culture that is the Vincci Marillia 4 *, an enclave in the middle of the paradisiacal Tunisian beaches from where one can enjoy the cultural environment of the region thanks to its good location, only 60 km from Tunis, 8 km from the old district of Hammamet and 500 meters from the main shops.
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