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Conferences and Events

The IEEE Signal Processing Society sponsors technical conferences, symposia, and workshops dedicated to providing opportunities to network with peers from around the world, and to exchange high quality, rigorously peer-reviewed scientific and technological knowledge. For conferences and workshops archives, visit the events archives page


As a SPS conference organizer you promote emerging technologies, bridge the gap between research and development and engineering and implementation, and build the community of Signal Processing. Conference organizers are a vital force behind the success of the Society.

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The IEEE Signal Processing Society provides three types of conference sponsorships as listed below. A full description of each sponsorship can be found in of the IEEE Policies Section 10.1.2. Below is a brief description of each, and guidelines for obtaining such sponsorship.

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The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) is pleased to provide travel grants on a highly competitive basis to student authors and non-student authors in developing countries. The grants will be awarded to a limited number of applicants who have a genuine need for support, and the paper quality will be taken into consideration. SPS membership is required at the time when the application is made.

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