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IEEE SPS Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee Nominations 2019
The Member Election Subcommittee of the SLTC is seeking nominations for new SLTC Members for a 3-year term (2020-2022). Nominations should
be submitted by filling out the web form at https://forms.gle/sm9pStwFFK63zWem8. The nomination deadline is October 20th, 2019.
New member candidates can be self-nominated or nominated by current SLTC members. Members will serve a term of three years. Past SLTC members are eligible to be nominated for a second term. Current SLTC members may also be nominated for a second consecutive term, but would then not be eligible to vote in this new member election. Additional terms are allowed after leaving the SLTC, but at least a 3-year gap in service is required.
Additionally, nominees are sought for the position of Vice Chair of the SLTC. The Vice Chair serves a one year term in 2020, followed by a two year term as Chair in 2021-2022, and a one year term as Past Chair in 2023. Vice Chair nominees must have previously been elected to the SLTC as a Member.
Each nominee must also submit a one-page position statement and/or vitae.
New members must be willing to review papers that are submitted to the Society's conferences within the area of the SLTC, review papers for workshops owned or co-owned by the SLTC, serve in the subcommittees established by the SLTC, and perform other duties as assigned. SLTC members will be elected by the members of the SLTC itself based on the needs of the SLTC. The election results will be finalized by November 9, 2019.
The rights and duties of an SLTC member are described here:
The following are nominee requirements:
1. The candidate must be a member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
2. The candidate should be willing to serve if elected. This means active participation including prompt paper reviews for 4 ICASSPs (2019-2022), active participation in accomplishing SLTC sub-committee duties, and best efforts to attend meetings and responding appropriately to action items.
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