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June 2011

ICASSP 2011 introduced a new type of event in its technical program, namely "Trends in Signal Processing". In total, all 13 sessions were held during lunch time from Wednesday till Friday (May 25 to May 27, 2011), and each lasted 30 minutes. In each session, a Technical Committee of the Signal Processing Society featured a few expert summaries that highlighted the most significant advances and upcoming trends within the TC's area over the past year. These “Trends in Signal Processing” sessions were well attended by enthusiastic audiences. The expert summaries presented in these “Trends in Signal Processing” sessions will later be published in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

IEEE is looking for people with the skills, passion, and perspective to volunteer and serve in 2012 as IEEE officers or on committees of the IEEE Board of Directors.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) invites nominations for the positions of Director-Industrial Relations and Director-Student Services. The term for each Director position will be three years (1 January 2012-31 December 2014).

The IEEE Signal Processing Society Chapter of the Year Award will be presented for the first time in 2012. The award will be presented annually to a Chapter that has provided their membership with the highest quality of programs, activities and services.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) invites nominations for the position of Chapters Coordinator for a three year term (1 January 2012-31 December 2014).

Beginning with our June 2011 edition, we are changing the format of the "Recent Patents" coverage. So far, we have simply listed patents issued in the previous 30 days from various signal processing areas. We believe that a much better way to cover recent patents is to highlight a particularly interesting area in signal processing, and provide a listing of the patents that have recently been issued in that area.

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