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The Latest News, Articles, and Events in Signal Processing

The IEEE Technical Committee on Multimedia Signal Processing invites proposals to host the IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP) in 2012.

As reported by CNN in October 2009, the declaration of the H1N1 (swine flu) pandemic as a national emergency in the United States high lights the magnitude and continuing spread of the first pandemic flu outbreak in 40 years. The May 2010 “IN THE SPOTLIGHT” column of the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine discussed how signal processing techniques can be used to analyze the information content of H1N1 genomic sequences.

The IEEE Awards Board invites you to nominate candidates for the 2011 IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal. The IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal, sponsored by Texas Instruments Inc., may be presented "for outstanding achievements in signal processing."

Two new features that provide advanced customization and communication options have been added to myIEEE: myDesktop and memberNet messaging.

You would be hard pressed to find a consumer electronic product that does not require digital signal processing. Consumer electronics is a big market—about US$165 billion this year, and the requirement for digital signal processors (DSPs) just keeps growing with the introduction of new, innovative products.

SAMIEEE is a web-based ad-hoc query tool that provides volunteers with the ability to gather useful information regarding their Chapter's membership data. 

It is available at this link.

by Tokunbo Ogunfunmi and Madihally Narasimha, CRC Press, Apr. 2010

Images of the IEEE Master Brand + Tagline graphic are now available online in the IEEE Brand Identity Toolkit, under the Master Brand and logos section.  Use the IEEE Master Brand + Tagline graphic on materials when no other logo or logo with a tagline exists, as well as on all promotional items.  Use the IEEE Master Brand graphic (without tagline) for all other applications.

Jointly hosted by Signal Processing Chapter, Communications Chapter, and Engineering in Medicine and Biology Chapter of the IEEE Vancouver Section, an IEEE mini-symposium on engineering for biomedical applications took place in Vancouver, Canada, on May 28, 2010.

The SLTC has participated in organizing several remarkable events since last fall. The 11th biannual IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (ASRU) workshop was hosted in December 2009 in the historical Kurhaus Theatre in Merano, Italy. The TC was involved in coordinating the review for ICASSP 2010, with a total contribution of 308 published papers from the SLTC community. Two SLTC members received major IEEE SPS awards and recognitions. And the Spring 2010 issue of the SLTC eNewsletter is now available online.

The submissions to the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (TSP) have increased dramatically in recent years. The TSP Editor-in-Chief, Athina Petropulu, is announcing a new review model to help handle the high submissions volume while making best use of valuable reviewer resources. All submitted manuscripts will be prescreened according to IEEE guidelines to determine whether they are comprehensible, fall within the scope of TSP, and meet a minimum criterion for technical substance established for the journal. The prescreening process will be coordinated by Area Editors and will be conducted within the editorial board.

The SPS Awards Board is now accepting nominations for 2010 major SPS awards.

The IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS) is the primary annual event organized by the IEEE Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee (IFS TC). The 2nd WIFS workshop will be held in Seattle, WA, on 12-15 December 2010. Tutorial Proposals are due 15 May 2010, and full papers (4-6 pages) are due 15 June 2010.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society invites nominations for the 2011 Class of SPS Distinguished Lecturers. The deadline for nominations is 1 June 2010. The nomination form can be found online

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