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The purpose of the Bio Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP TC) is to promote activities within the broad technical field of biomedical image and signal processing. Specific areas of interest include (but are not limited to) biomedical imaging, molecular imaging, microscopy, computational image processing, and signal processing in computational biology and bioinformatics.
The Bio Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP TC) is seeking nominations for TC members of the term 1/1/2022–12/31/2024. The TC is seeking technically strong and committed candidates, with a broad perspective in fields of biomedical image and signal processing. Nominations should be submitted by September 15,2021 to Virginie Uhlmann, (email@example.com) and Martin Maška, (firstname.lastname@example.org) and, using the BISP TC member nomination form.
Candidates can be nominated by TC members or self-nominated. Newly elected members must be a member of IEEE-SPS during the term of service or will join if elected. Members will serve a term of three years. Current TC members who are in their first term may be nominated for a second consecutive term. After the second term on a TC, members may run for additional terms, but there must be an absence of at least three years between terms.
TC members must be willing to review papers submitted to the conferences under the BISP TC responsibility (ICASSP, ISBI, ICIP), review papers for workshops owned or co-owned by the BISP TC, serve in the subcommittees established by the TC, and perform other duties as assigned. Accepting a nomination for election to the TC implies accepting these commitments.
Nominations of candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our TC are particularly encouraged. Historically, our TC tends to be under-represented in terms of industry members, female members, and members from Asia Pacific (IEEE Region 10). We are convinced that bringing in diverse perspectives, ideas and opinions, along with strong technical expertise, is highly beneficial to our TC.
Nominators can contact the BISP TC Nominations and Elections Subcommittee Chair (Virginie Uhlmann) to check whether their candidate has already been nominated. The voting period will run from October 8 to 27, 2021.