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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures – November 2010

SPS Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Central Iowa 10 November 2010 Sheila Hemami (Cornell University) Contact Chapter Chair Aditya Ramamoorthy at adiramamoorthy@gmail.com for more information.
Egypt 21-23 December 2010 Venu Veeravalli (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Lecture topics: "Dynamic Spectrum Access with Learning for Cognitive Radio" and "Interference in Wireless Networks" at Nile University, 21 Dec. and Ain Shams University, 22 Dec. (both located in Cairo) and Alexandria University, 23 Dec. Contact Chapter Chair Salwa H. Elramly at sramlye@netscape.net for more information.
Greece 1 November 2010 Mos Kaveh (University of Minnesota) Lecture topic: "Signal Processing Everywhere -- A Historical Perspective". Contact Chapter Chair Kostas Berberidis at berberid@ceid.upatras.gr for more information.
Southern Minnesota 9 November 2010 Sheila Hemami (Cornell University) Lecture topic: "A Signal-Processing Approach to Modeling Vision and Application". Contact Chapter Chair Christopher Felton at chris.felton@gmail.com for more information.
Sweden 15 November 2010 Sheila Hemami (Cornell University) Lecture topic: "From Single Media to Multimedia - Perception, Coding, and Quality". Contact Chapter Chair Peter Handel at ph@ee.kth.se for more information.
Turkey 30 December 2010 Venu Veeravalli (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Lecture topics: "Tracking with Sleepy Sensors." Contact Chapter Chair Tanju Erdemat at Tanju.Erdem@ozyegin.edu.tr for more information.

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Other Upcoming Chapter Events

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Madison Section 8 November 2010 Sheila Hemami (Cornell University) Contact the Madison Section Vice Chair David A Marca at dmarca@openprocess.com for more information.

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