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Post-doc and Ph.D. positions are available to carry out research in signal and image processing for cellular microscopy, in particular single molecule microscopy.

It is very important that geographic units report their change of officers/volunteers as soon as possible.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) held a long-range strategic retreat during IEEE ICIP 2010 to seek attendance and input from a variety of Society, industrial, and local leaders to bring to the event fresh points of view. How to better serve our members was the central theme of the discussion in the retreat, and several items were identified as key new initiatives that SPS can consider to take on to offer more benefit and value to our members. SPS leadership and EXCOM will sort through the list with careful thinking to plan for the execution and implementation in the coming years. The SPS members are also invited to provide input to this SPS long-range planning and implementation initiative.

IEEE Educational Activities officially launches the IEEE Expert Now e-Learning Outreach Program after a successful two-year pilot.

Are you planning for your Section, Chapter, or Affinity Group election? The vTools.Voting tool is ready to support your election.

Use your IEEE Web Account ID and password to sign in. A tutorial is also available. Elections typically have twice the participation when conducted electronically.

Do you know the articles that are published by the IEEE Signal Processing Society and ranked among the top 100 most downloaded IEEE Xplore articles?

Check the “Reader’s Choice” column article “Top Downloads in IEEE Xplore” in the November issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

we would like to bring your attention to DSP Blogs. There are posts on various DSP related topics, from DSP researchers in both academia and industry.

May-chen Kuo (University of Southern California), “Mocap Data Compression: Algorithms and Performance Evaluation” Advisor: C.-C. Jay Kuo (2010)

Literally millions of video surveillance cameras tracking our every move just about everywhere in the world.

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.


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