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Machine Learning for Signal Processing

Technical Committee

The technical committee consists of:

  • Chair (previous vice chair, voting, 2 year term)
  • Vice chair (elected, voting, 2 year term)
  • Past chair (previous chair, voting, 1 year term)
  • Members (elected, voting, 3 year term)
  • Associate members (appointed by chair, non-voting, term decided by chair)
  • Affiliate members (non-elected, non-voting, unlimited term)

Member election is conducted in the fall every year with the goal of replacing approximately 1/3 of the members.

Vice chair election is conducted in the fall every two years.

To learn more about affiliate membership and to sign up, please visit the TC Affiliate Member page.


Technical Committee (TC) activities are conducted in accordance with standard TC policies and additional MLSP specific policies as stated below.

MLSP Technical Committee Additional Policies:

  1. Activities
    • Two meetings per year--one in Spring during the ICASSP, and one in Fall during the Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal Processing;
    • Signal Processing Society award nominations;
    • Review of papers for related conferences, including ICASSP and Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal Processing (MLSP) ;
    • Organization of the Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal Processing;
    • Representation of the Technical Committee in various SP Society bodies, e.g., Conference Board, Education Board, Publication Board, etc.
  2. Member's duties
    • Current members who have not participated for one year in any form of committee activities will be removed from the membership list.
  3. Size
    • The aim is to have between 15 and 25 elected members.
  4. Affiliated and Associated members engagement
    • Affiliated and associate members can be invited by the chair to participate in TC meetings.

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