Events of Interest to the Sampling Group
Papers: A Special Issue for SampTaf07 Workshop in
As was announced during the
workshop, our journal is planning a special issue(s) for SampTaf07 for papers
related to presentations during the workshop.
Deadline for Submission: Oct.
Submission: Papers can be submitted in
TEX, LATEX, as postscript, or as pdf files. Instructions to authors and
templates are available for download on the journalfs homepage: www.stsip.org.
Submissions should be sent via e-mail (as an attachment) to one of the two
assistant executive editors:
1. Mathematically oriented papers should be sent to
Professor Gerhard Schmeisser,
2. Engineering or applications inclined papers should be
sent to Professor Hidemitsu Ogawa,
Bibliography of Sampling Theory and Applications
Currently we have
volunteered working on a complete bibliography for Sampling Theory and Applications,
we will publish it as soon as it is ready, which we hope by the next issue.
You can find all the
information about the journal, and you can view the abstracts of the last six
volumes, plus a sample issue, Volume 6, Number 2. Those who subscribe to the hard copy will have free access
to the online version. The price
for a volume of the online version is less than half of that of the hard copy:
US $99 for university libraries and other institutions, and US $50 for
individuals. Please note that you
will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
A. Here we shall only list
books of interest to our readership, and in the future we plan to have a
section for book reviews.
B. Book Series on
Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis
There is also the Book
Series of Applied
and Numerical Harmonic Analysis edited by John J. Benedetto, and many of
our STSIP editors are on the editorial advisory board.
June 1-5 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Our seventh workshop for SampTaf07 (Sampling Theory and
Applications), June 1-5, was held with success in the scenic beautiful city of
Thessaloniki (the happy city), Greece. It was hosted by the Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki, and the workshop activities took place in the
neighboring campus of Macedonia University. Professor Costas Karanikas of the
informatics department and his colleagues organized the workshop with help from
Professor Hans G. Feichtinger. Dr. Nikolaos Atreas and Ms. Persefoni
Polychronidou were the right arms to Professor Karanikas in arranging the
program, and attending to the necessary needs of all guests.
We had a very warm welcome from the vice president of
Aristotle University. The workshop was well-organized, and many exciting
activities were planned for attendees and their families. This included dining
in the finest of restaurants in Thessaloniki, visiting ancient ruins with a
tour guide, swimming, and dinning on the sea shore. Such dinners and
entertainments were culminated by a special dinner gathering for celebrating
the 75th birthday of Abdul J. Jerri. Professor Rowland Higgins was
very kind to give a presentation on Abdulfs education and research, besides his
accomplishments during the long years of service to the sampling research
activities. See representative photos of SampTAf07 activities in the next two
In the last few days, Professor Akram Aldroubi was very
instrumental in setting the solid grounds for the workshopfs committee, which
will decide and oversee the future workshops.
Attentive Audience and serious discussions.
Our host Costas
Our co-hosts Nikolaos
Atreas and Ms. Persefoni Polychronidou.
Dancing, you are in
Rowland Higginsfs speech during the 75th
birthday celebration of