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10 years of news and resources for members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society

August 2011

The Publications Board of the IEEE Signal Processing Society oversees the health and quality of our journals and enforces the highest scholarly and ethical standards. Prof. Ali H. Sayed, Vice-President Publications, is glad to share with the SPS members the wonderful news that our efforts towards enhanced quality and performance are paying off, as evidenced by various metrics. The 2010 results show that our IEEE Signal Processing Magazine continues to rank first in terms of its impact factor among all publications in the Electrical Engineering field for the second year in a row. The IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing ranks fifth among all EE Journals in Total Citations.

The IEEE SPS Technical Committee on Multimedia Signal Processing is now inviting proposals to host the IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP) in 2013. The submission deadline is September 15, 2011.

Now the ICASSP2011 Organizing Committee is happy to inform you that video recordings of ICASSP 2011 oral talks are available online.

It has taken more than a decade of intense technical and market developments for mobile Internet to take off as a mass phenomenon. And it has arrived with great intensity: an avalanche of mobile content and applications is now overrunning us.

vTools is a portfolio of online tools to simplify geographic unit administration by offering Web based software, reduce time spent managing activities, and assist in member development. vTools are developed and made possible by IEEE volunteers.

Job Description: We are seeking one highly motivated postdoctoral fellow in computational neuroscience and signal processing to be part of an interdisciplinary research alliance working to develop computational models and data analysis methods in support of a research program in neuroergonomics (‘the study of the brain and body at work’).

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