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Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter Archives: April 2009


  • Society News: Nominations open for 2009 SPS Awards and 2010 Distinguished Lecturers

  • Conference News: ISCCSP 2010 going to Cyprus; Upcoming conference deadlines

  • Publication News: Concurrent Special Issues on Digital Forensics by two magazines

  • TC News: Exclusive activity reports from SAM, SPTM, and MLSP TCs

  • Chapter and DL News: SPS Distinguished Lectures and chapter events around the world

  • Tech Trends: A View of the Future of Signal Processing

  • Education & Resources: SP resources at Connexions; R&D start-up experience in enterprise

  • New PhD Theses, New Books, and Scholarship/Post-doc Opportunities 

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