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Getting Involved

Whether you’re looking to collaborate with leading engineers, seeking opportunities to attend events around the world or building your career in signal processing, The IEEE Signal Processing Society proudly welcomes involvement from students, academics and industry professionals across the fields of signal processing. No matter your level of interest, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved expansive, ever-changing field of signal processing.  

As a start, membership with the Society opens doors for networking and collaborating with professionals across the signal processing industry. For those with an interest in becoming more involved, the Society encourages active participation in Chapters and Communities and Technical Committees, and relies on volunteers to support publications, conferences and Chapter initiatives. 

Additionally, the Society welcomes manuscript submissions and offers a variety of awards that honor individual members for their work on publications, conferences, Chapters and general service to the Society. To learn more about awards and their nomination processes, please visit the Awards page.


SPS Member Benefits

Signal Processing Magazine

A premier platform for all members, SPM provides Society news and compelling information on signal processing across many industries.

Conference Discounts

Members receive discounted rates for SPS conferences and workshops, which occur year-round across the globe.

Awards & Collaborations

Members can network and collaborate with academics and industry professionals, earn awards for their contributions to the Society or signal processing field.

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