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Chair: Ivan Tashev (Term Ends: 12/31/2022)

Members: sp-twg-industry@listserv.ieee.org

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Name Affiliation Term Ends
Fa-Long Luo Micron Technology Inc., USA 12/31/2022
John McAllister Queen's University Belfast, UK 12/31/2022
Xavier Mestre Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya 12/31/2022
Iole Moccagatta Intel Corproration, USA 12/31/2022
Roxana Saint-Nom HIPCAM Global, Argentina 12/31/2022
Hsun-Hsien Shane Chang Novartis, USA 12/31/2022
Akihiko (Ken) Sugiyama Yahoo Japan Corporation, Japan 12/31/2022
Ivan Tashev Microsoft Research, USA 12/31/2022
Ziyue Xu Nvidia Corp., USA 12/31/2022
Xinmiao Zhang The Ohio State University, Medical Image Analysis 12/31/2022

 

 

 

 

 

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