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In order to provide a more accessible resource for Section/Chapter Distinguished Lecturer program information, a new IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Program web page has been created to assist Sections/Chapters looking for a Distinguished Lecturer.
In response to a call for a lower cost membership option for individuals residing in developing economies, IEEE began offering the new electronic membership (e-Membership) option for the 2011 renewal year.
The IEEE Signal Processing Society invites nominations for the 2012 Class of SPS Distinguished Lecturers (DLs). The deadline for nominations is 1 June 2011.
The nomination form can be found online at this link, along with the current list of DLs and other general information about the program.
The Forensic Science program at Penn State has an opening for a researcher to work on an NIJ-sponsored fingerprint statistics project.
Technical Activities has expanded its volunteer training program to include short, on-line volunteer training modules.
With the concept of Grand Challenges, are their areas in speech and language which we might consider? I would like to suggest the following three: (i) Speech-to-Speech Translation, (ii) Speech Recognition for All Languages, (iii) Thought-to-Speech Signal Production.
The Divisions of Critical Care Medicine and Fetal and Transitional Medicine at Children’s National Medical Center are now actively recruiting for the position of Advanced Signals Processing Lab Scientist.
We are seeking two highly motivated postdoctoral fellows in computational neuroscience to be part of an interdisciplinary research alliance working to develop mobile brain & body imaging experimental and data analysis methods in support of a research program in neuroergonomics ('the study of the brain and body at work').
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Through our recent ICASSP surveys we have learnt that roughly 25% of ICASSP attendees are students, and that many of them are interested in meeting potential employers. Many industry members go to ICASSP to recruit potential employees. As an initiative to better meet the need of SP industry and serving our student members, we decided to investigate having a job marketplace in the Society that allows employers to post job announcements for industry or academic positions, both full-time and internships, in various areas of signal processing.
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