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SPS Conferences and Events

The IEEE Signal Processing Society sponsors technical conferences, symposia and workshops dedicated to fostering networking opportunities with peers from around the world, and to exchange leading-edge, peer-reviewed scientific and technological knowledge. The Society hosts a number of worldwide events throughout the year, enabling members to exchange knowledge and network with leading scientists among many signal processing disciplines while exploring countries around the world. If you’re interested in attending an event or getting involved in the research or planning process, explore the calendar of events to learn more. Visit the Call for Papers page for conference call for paper submission deadlines.

If you’re a student, you may be interested in attending one of the Society’s Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing (S3P) Program, designed to offer opportunities for students to engage with industry professionals and academics, in hands-on tutorial sessions for experimentation with concepts and methods. For more information on the seasonal school program, visit the Seasonal Schools page to learn more.

The Society's Distinguished Lecturer Program provides means for chapters to have access to individuals who are well known educators and authors in the fields of signal processing, to lecture at Chapter meetings. While many IEEE Societies have similar programs, the SPS provides financial support for the Chapters to take advantage of the service.


Choose from a List of our Events:

04 Dec

(PCS 2016) 2016 Picture Coding Symposium

PCS 2016 Conference Website
December 4-7, 2016
Location: Nuremberg, Germany

Conference Paper Submission Deadline: 
July 15, 2016
05 Dec

2016 8th IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS 2016)

December 4-7, 2016
Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

Conference Paper Submission Deadline: 
July 24, 2016
05 Dec

Akihiko Sugiyama (NEC Corp., Japan)

Lecture Date: December 5, 2016
Chapter: Denmark
Chapter Chair: Jan Larsen
Topic: Robot Audition: How signal processing helps a robot
recognize user commands in adverse environment

06 Dec

Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA)

Lecture Date: December 6, 2016
Chapter: Chicago
Chapter Chair: Rashid Ansari
Topic: Convexity, Sparsity, Nullity and all Machine Leaning


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