**The registration to iTWIST’20 is free but mandatory**.** It will cover access to the workshop, lunches and social events**. Registration will open on Mar. 9, 2020.

**Topics of interest**

iTWIST’20 welcomes 2-page paper submissions on any aspects of the following themes, all related to the theory, application and generalization of the “sparsity paradigm”:

- Sparsity-driven data sensing and processing
- Beyond linear and convex inverse problem
- Blind inverse problems and dictionary learning
- Information theory, geometry and randomness
- Sparsity? What’s next?

- Union of low dimensional subspaces
- Matrix/manifold/graph sensing/processing
- Sparsity and computational neuroscience
- Complexity/accuracy tradeoffs in numerical methods Sparse machine learning and inference

**Guidelines for authors**

The workshop only accepts:

- Paper format:
**2 pages**, double column format, a4 format, processed with LaTeX/TeX/*Tex (not MS Word!). **The list of references can be inserted on a 3**, but this is not mandatory.^{rd }page (without any text/figures)**No page numbering!**(use for instance the command “\renewcommand{\thepage}{}” in order to remove it from the 1st page too)- The iTWIST’20 Scientific Committee will reject any papers that do not contain a title and an abstract;
- a list of authors with correct affiliations;
- a bibliography.
- If this can help you, here is a
**simple latex example**(latex source, pdf output) that satisfies all these criteria. Feel free to initialize the writing of your paper from this one. - This paper must be compiled and submitted
**in pdf****via EasyChair at this address before**~~Feb. 17, 2020~~**Feb. 28, 2020**(12:00, UTC)**:****click here**