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Signal processing jobs span many different industries, locations and subject areas. The IEEE Signal Processing Society works closely with IEEE and employers across the country to share signal processing employment opportunities with Society members. While employment opportunities vary depending on current need, positions for entry level employees as well as established industry professionals in a variety of professional and academic fields are represented in our job listings. For current openings by technical area, please visit the SPS Job Opportunities page. To view job offerings from IEEE specific to signal processing, visit the SP Jobs from IEEE Job site page.


Seasonal Schools

One of the Society’s flagship programs, Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing (S3P) provide graduate students, early stage researchers and practitioners with opportunities to network and build communities with professionals and academics in similar research areas, and build awareness of the Society’s technical committee activities and local chapter development. S3P provide hands-on tutorial sessions where students can experiment with signal processing concepts and methods.

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Jobs in Signal Processing


Job Opportunities

Technical Committee specific job opportunity announcements. Employers may submit job opportunities via a job submission form... More....


Jobs in Signal Processing: IEEE Job Site

The IEEE Jobs site, where jobs can be searched by filtering Signal Processing from around the world. More...

IEEE Center for Leadership Excellence

The Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) is a learning resource aimed at meeting the self-improvement needs of professionals as well as those who are preparing to enter professional practice in the electro-technology fields served by IEEE.

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Signal Processing and Machine Learning

ICASSP 2016-Opening Ceremony & Awards

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ICASSP 2015 State of the Society