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News and Resources for Members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
The SPS Awards Board is now accepting nominations for 2011 major SPS awards. Each year, SPS honors outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions related to signal processing through the Society Award, the Technical Achievement Award, the Education Award, and the Meritorious Service Award. The Society also recognizes outstanding publications in SPS journals and magazines through Best Paper Awards, Young Author Best Paper Awards, Signal Processing Magazine Best Paper Award and Best Column Award.
Nominations for the Best Paper Awards and Young Author Best Paper Awards should come from the below Society journals:
The award nominations, which are submitted to SPS Vice President-Awards and Membership, John Treichler, email@example.com, will be vetted by the appropriate technical committees (TCs). Prospective nominators are encouraged to submit nominations well in advance of the deadline of 1 October 2011, and check with relevant TCs for their vetting deadlines. Detailed information and nomination forms of SPS awards can be found online.
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