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The IEEE Signal Processing Society is excited to announce the finalists of the first SPS 5-Minute Video Clip Contest!
The voting platform is now open, and you can help support the final three teams by voting for your favorite video! Cast your vote by 11:59 PM (ET) on Wednesday, 6 May 2020. You may only vote once.
Voting is simple! To vote, please follow the steps below.
This year’s topic, "Let There Be a Beam!", asked students to explore beamforming, which, based on a spatially distributed array of sensors (antennas, microphones, hydrophones, etc.), can form a beam in space for enhanced signal reception or transmission, which has a wide range of applications, such as radar, sonar, teleconferencing, radio astronomy, seismology, medical diagnosis and treatment, human computer interface, and wireless communications, etc. Students were also welcome to submit “open topic” videos about subjects besides beamforming.
Video Title: An Indoor Localization System Exploiting LTE Signals: A Synthetic Aperture-Based Beamforming Approach to Mitigate Multipath
University of California, Irvine
Supervisor: Zaher (Zak) Kassas
Video Title: Fast beam alignment in millimeter wave radios
The University of Texas at Austin
Supervisor: Robert W. Heath Jr.
Juliet M. Leger
Kayla N. Tran
Frida K. Maldonado
Nitin Jonathan Myers
Video Title: Co-prime Beamforming and Its Application to Speech Processing
University of Wollongong
Supervisor: Christian Ritz
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