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Distinguished Lecture: Qing Zhao (Cornell University, USA)

Lecture Date: August 12, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Singapore
Chapter Chair: Ngai-Man Cheung
Topic: Random Walk on a Tree for Stochastic Optimization and Learning

 

Distinguished Lecture: Qing Zhao (Cornell University, USA)

Lecture Date: August 10, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Hyderabad Chapter
Chapter Chair: Abhinav Kumar
Topic: Random Walk on a Tree for Stochastic Optimization and Learning

 

Distinguished Lecture: Dimitri Van De Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Lecture Date: September 15, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology IEEE SPS Student Branch Chapter
Chapter Chair: Biswarup Ganguly
Topic: Graph signal processing: spectral transforms, graph Slepians, non-parametric
surrogate data generation, modularity-based graph signal processing

Distinguished Lecture: Pier Luigi Dragotti (Imperial College, London)

Lecture Date: June 29, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology IEEE SPS Student Branch Chapter
Chapter Chair: Biswarup Ganguly
Topic: Computational Imaging for Art investigation and for Neuroscience

Distinguished Lecture: Dimitri Van De Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Lecture Date: May 25, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Madras
Chapter Chair: S. Salivahanan
Topic: Making sense out of restless brain activity with computational neuroimaging

Distinguished Lecturer: Brian Sadler (Army Research Laboratory, USA)

Lecture Date: March 22, 2021
Chapter: Jordan
Chapter Chair: Sami Aldalahmeh
Topics: Deep Learning: A Signal Processing Perspective

Distinguished Lecturer: Karthik Nandakumar (IBM Singapore Lab)

Lecture Date: March 19, 2021
Chapter: Gujarat
Chapter Chair: Chirag Paunwala
Topics: Security, Privacy and Trustworthiness in the AI World

Distinguished Lecture: Dimitri Van De Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Lecture Date: June 11, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Turkey
Chapter Chair: Murat Saraclar
Topic: Conversational Machines: Towards bridging the chasm
between task-oriented and social conversations

Distinguished Lecture: Dimitri Van De Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Lecture Date: June 9, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Turkey
Chapter Chair: Murat Saraclar
Topic: Graph Signal Processing for Computational Neuroimaging

Distinguished Lecture: Dimitri Van De Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Lecture Date: March 26, 2021 -- Virtual Lecture
Chapter: Gujarat
Chapter Chair: Chirag Paunwala
Topic: Human brain imaging: dynamics of functional brain networks, whole-brain
connectomics, cognitive and clinical biomarkers, computational
neuroimaging, functional magnetic resonance imaging

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