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Image, Video, and Multidimensional Signal Processing


Awards Subcommittee


1: Moncef Gabbouj (12/31/2022) (1st)

2: Mei Han (12/31/2024) (1st)



1: C. C. Jay Kuo (12/31/2022) (2nd)

2: Zhou Wang (12/31/2022) (1st)

3: Dong Xu (12/31/2023) (2nd)

4: Marco Cagnazzo (12/31/2023) (2nd)

5: Aleksandra Pizurica (12/31/2023) (2nd)

  • Issue open calls for SPS awards and nominations.

  • Manage awards voting among TC members and identify endorsed nominations.

  • Submit endorsed nominations to SPS Awards Board.


Conferences & Workshops Subcommittee


1: Giuseppe Valenzise (12/31/2023) (2nd)

2: Yap-Peng Tan (12/31/2023) (2nd)



1: Yong Man Ro (12/31/2022) (1st)

2: Guo-Jun Qi (12/31/2022) (1st)

3: Ercan E. Kuruoglu (12/31/2022) (1st)

4: Eduardo Antônio Barros da Silva (12/31/2024) (2nd)

5: Yannick Berthourmieu (12/31/2022) (2nd)

6: Guangtao Zhai (12/31/2024) (1st)

  • Maintain lists of Area Chairs and reviewers for IVMSP areas in ICIP, ICASSP, and the IVMSP workshop.

  • Propose recommendations for the improvement of the paper handling and review processes in IVMSP related conferences.

  • Area Chair and Reviewer Coordination, Challenges, Competitions

  • The “Challenges Task Force” to be tasked with evaluating Signal Processing Cup and Video and Image Processing Cup proposals, liaising with the SPS Challenge Program and proposing challenge competitions demonstrating and benchmarking advances in image, video and multidimensional signal processing technology.

  • The “ML for IVMSP Task Force” to be tasked with liaising with the boards of ML, CV, and Multimedia conferences to explore and encourage synergies between SPS and core ML, CV and Multimedia conferences in the areas of image, video and multidimensional signal processing.


Industry and Government Subcommittee


1: Jana Ehmann (12/31/2024) (2nd)

2: Farhan Baqai (12/31/2022) (1st)



1: William Puech (12/31/2023) (1st)

2: Wenjun (Kevin) Zeng (12/31/2024) (2nd)

  • Look for and engage in opportunities for greater interaction with Industry and Government.


Nominations and Elections Subcommittee


1: Tao Mei

2: Enrico Magli (12/31/2024) (2nd)



1: Junsong Yuan (12/31/2023) (1st)

2: Xiaolin Wu (12/31/2023) (1st)

  • Collect nominations for Technical Committee members and Vice Chair positions.

  • Conduct the election process.


Education and Student Subcommittee


1: Jenny Benois-Pineau (12/31/2023) (2nd)

2: Jiwen Lu (12/31/2023) (1st)



1: Mylène Farias (12/31/2023) (1st)

2: Mireille Boutin (12/31/2022) (2nd)

3: Chaker Larabi (12/31/2023) (2nd)

  • Looks for and engages in opportunities for greater interaction and involvement of students with the TC activities and events.

  • Webinars

  • Summer/Winter school events


Technical Directions and Initiatives Subcommittee


1: Chang Wen Chen (12/31/2023) (1st)


1: Jie Liang (12/31/2023) (1st)

2: Aline Roumy (12/31/2022) (1st)

3: Amit Roy-Chowdhury (12/31/2022) (1st)

4: Touradj Ebrahimi (12/31/2024) (2nd)

  • Manage and maintain the EDICS list for the TC and ensure it is being used consistently in all TC related conferences and workshops.

  • Work with the Editors-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Image Processing and other SP Society Transactions to ensure that IVMSP related areas are accurately represented in the EDICS of these Transactions.

  • Identify future trends and directions in IVMSP technical areas.

  • The “ICIP Innovations Subcommittee” to be tasked with exploring, formulating and proposing program and event innovations to the ICIP organising committee to help maintain the relevance of the conference to the community.


Web, Publicity and Liaison Subcommittee


1: Jingjing Meng (12/31/2022) (1st)


1: Zhu Li (12/31/2024) (2nd)

2: Ioannis Kompatsiaris (12/31/2023) (2nd)

3: Chuang Gan (12/31/2024) (1st)

  • Maintain the TC web site together with the SPS staff.

  • Promote awareness of the TC activities via the SPS e-Newsletter, the SPS web site, and other applicable venues.

  • Maintain lists of Associate and Affiliate Members and ensure efficient communication of TC activities.

  • The “TCs Liaison Subcommittee” to be tasked with maintaining the relationship with other TCs, sharing best practices, monitoring the attendance in ICIP of members of other TCs, and encouraging in collaboration with the Challenges Subcommittee the organization of challenges and competitions jointly with other TCs and proposing synergies to effectively manage and define the boundaries across TCs.

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