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Women in Signal Processing (WISP) offers networking and engagement opportunities to and for women across signal processing disciplines and professions to exchange ideas and experience from research, industry, and academia. WISP seeks to develop programs and materials to foster collaboration among members and facilitate female member recruiting, services, and visibility in STEM fields.
The Women in Signal Processing Committee shall report to the Membership Board. The Women in Signal Processing Committee shall identify value/benefit/services to women members and recommend policy/mechanism for recruiting women members; develop programs and material to facilitate women member recruiting and services; maintain and develop contacts with leadership and membership constituents; and provide proper communication channels and feedback. The Women in Signal Processing Committee shall be responsible for identifying, vetting and submitting women candidates for award and board/committee nominations. The Women in Signal Processing Committee should work with the Technical Committees to create a liaison position within each of the Technical Committees to help support their efforts.
WISP Committee, Subcommittes, chair and members can be found by clicking the button below.
The list of members can also be found on the SPS Standing Committees page. Contact Chair, Behnaz Ghoraani, for more information.
Women in Signal Processing Committee and Subcommittee Members ›
SPS hosts Women in Signal Processing Luncheons in conjunction with select flagship SPS conferences. A guest speaker will deliver a talk giving SPS members the opportunity to connect, share experiences, and discuss areas for growth. All are welcome to attend.
Women in Signal Processing Luncheons take place in conjunction with SPS flagship conference, IEEE ICASSP and IEEE ICIP. For more information about upcoming events, please visit our conferences and events page.
Want more information on how to get involved with Women in Signal Processing? Contact the Women in Signal Processing Committee.
All articles appeared in the SPS Newsletter.
- Marianne R. Petraglia
- Elisa E. Konofagou
- Pamela Guevara
- Anubha Gupta
- Jian Li
The Women in Signal Processing Directory aims to increase and promote visibility and recognition of women in signal processing fields. By growing, engaging, enabling, and increasing representation of women across SPS and the engineering community as a whole, we hope to position and identify more women for leadership roles, volunteer opportunities, award nominations, Distinguished Lecturer and Distinguished Industry Speaker nominations, speaking opportunities at conferences, and more. All women – regardless of IEEE/SPS membership and affiliation – are encouraged to submit their names to the directory and share it with their colleagues to build a meaningful worldwide community.
Go to Women in Signal Processing Directory page ›