Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter

September 2016

Highlights

Chapter & DL News:

MGA Financial Reporting Deadline Changed to Last Day of February // Invite Members in your Section to Attend an Orientation Webinar or New Ignite Information Session // Announcing the New vTools.Events and Updates to vTools.eNotice // Upcoming Distinguished Lectures

Conference News:

Signal Processing Conferences

Education & Resources:

IEEE-USA Offers Free e-Books to Members in August and September // IEEE Women in Engineering News: Leadership Summits and Events // IEEE Maker Project Competition: Deadline 17 September // News from IEEE Educational Activities: New Courses Available on IEEEx.org, Publications from Standards Education and IEEE-HKN // Recognize Outstanding Volunteers: Call for MGA Awards Nominations: Deadline 15 October // Advance your Career with Mentoring and Employment Opportunities in IEEE Collabratec // MIT Online Course 6.341x Discrete-Time Signal Processing is now free, online, interactive, and open to the world

Initiatives & Trends:

Featured News Around IEEE: IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter // Get Involved in IEEE Future Directions Initiatives // Recent Patents in Signal Processing (September 2016) – Image registration // What Should We Learn From… Memory/Data Deduplication // Video of the Month: Towards Transparent AI Systems

Ph.D Theses:

Zhu, Yu (West Virginia University), “Multi-Modality Human Action Recognition” (2016) // Kong, Long, (University of California, Los Angeles), “RF Synthesis without Inductors” (2016)

Publications News:

What Should We Learn From… Memory/Data Deduplication

Society News:

Election of Regional Directors-at-Large and Members-at-Large // Call for Nominations: N&A Committee and Awards Boards // Start Planning for IEEE Day 2016 on 4 October // Do NOT Blindly Vote for the IEEE Constitutional Amendment // 8 Signal Processing Society Members Elevated to Senior Member

In-Depth E-News Articles

Election of Regional Directors-at-Large and Members-at-Large

Your vote is important! On 15 August 2016, the election of Regional Directors-at-Large for Regions 1-6 and Region 8 (term 1 January 2017 through 31 December 2018) and Members-at-Large (term 1 January 2017 through 31 December 2019) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Board of Governors will open.More »

MIT Online Course 6.341x Discrete-Time Signal Processing is now free, online, interactive, and open to the world

Read about 6.341x: Discrete-Time Signal Processing which is a free open access self-paced graduate level MOOC (massive open online course). It is based on the residential MIT introductory graduate-level signal processing course that has been taught and continually updated at MIT for over four decades.More »

Contests in Signal Processing and Machine Learning

During the last couple of months a number of machine learning and signal processing contests have been initiated. Some of those recent ones include a Bosch contest on internal failure prediction and TalkingData aiming at predicting users’ demographic characteristics.More »

Recent Patents in Signal Processing (September 2016) – Image registration

For our August 2016 issue, we cover recent patents dealing with hardware and algorithmic issues of image registration. The section below covers patents granted recently for rigid and elastic image registration, patch matching, image alignment under low contrast or…More »

What Should We Learn From… Memory/Data Deduplication

Memory is one of the three key factors for cognitive dynamic systems. A paper titled A Comprehensive Study of the Past, Present, and Future of Data Deduplication, published in the Proceedings of the IEEE Sep. 2016, provides a comprehensive survey of the state of the art in data deduplication technologies for storage systems, covering key technologies, main applications, open problems, and future research directions.More »

Video of the Month: Towards Transparent AI Systems

Research in artificial intelligence (AI) has made great progress in recent years including Google’s Go-playing AI AlphaGo beating world-class player Lee Se-dol in a 4-1 victory. While AI surpasses human intelligence in many tasks, the way it works is very different from the…More »

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