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Signal Processing Theory and Methods

Technical Committee

Member Responsibilities

  • Perform ICASSP reviews each year (20-30 papers usually for the TC).
  • Assist in the review of papers submitted to SPTM TC Workshops: DSP and SSP.
  • Participate in face-to-face meetings at ICASSP, if feasible.
  • Participate in email meetings.
  • Participate in various nomination and voting processes (TC membership elections, IEEE-SPS Distinguished Lecturers, IEEE-SPS Awards, Associate Editors for IEEE-SPS Publications, etc).
  • TC members are encouraged to organize DSP/SSP workshops, edit special issues and organize special sessions at IEEE-SPS conferences on SPTM related topics.
  • Standard membership term: 3 years. Renewable for a second term, provided that the TC member has fulfilled the above responsibilities during the first term.
  • An SPTM TC member must be a current member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS).

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