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News and Resources for Members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
Contributed by Xiaoli Ma (TC Liaison to eNews)
The Signal Processing Theory and Methods Technical Committee (SPTM TC) promotes activities in the technical areas of theory and methods of digital and statistical signal processing. SPTM TC has organized eight subcommittees starting from 2010, including Awards Subcommittee, Nominations & Elections Subcommittee, Workshops Subcommittee, Industry/Government Subcommittee, Webmaster Subcommittee, Newsletter Subcommittee, Student Subcommittee, and Education Subcommittee. Every subcommittee contains three to four committee members. These subcommittees make the SPTM TC internal works parallel, members get to know each other, and thus create a more efficient and friendly workspace for the whole TC.
The 16th IEEE Workshop on Statistical Signal Processing (SSP2009) was held in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. The workshop was indeed successful in achieving its goals and objectives. Over 250 researchers from more than 35 countries gathered to contribute into the meeting. Six very rich keynote talks (by Pierre Comon, Lajos Hanzo, Athina Petropulu, Jean-Philippe Thiran, Deliang Wang, and Abdelhak Zoubir), two special sessions, and two tutorials were the other highlights of the meeting. The meeting was co -sponsored by Cardiff University, Cardiff Neuroscience Centre, EURASIP, and Loughborough University. The participants enjoyed free access to both wired and wireless networks, free welcome reception, free three-course hot lunches in a cosy environment, and a memorable banquet in Celtic Manor Golf Club in New Port, Wales, overlooking a beautiful scenery and countryside while listening to Welsh harp rhythms.
The 2011 IEEE Digital Signal Processing Workshop and IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop (DSP/SPE 2011) will be held jointly January 4 to 7, 2011, at the award-winning Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona. The goals of the workshops are to bring together leading engineers, researchers, and educators in signal processing from around the world to discuss novel signal processing theories, methods, and applications.
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