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Call-for-proposals to host ICASSP 2017

The IEEE SPS is now inviting proposals to host the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) in 2017.

ICASSP is solely sponsored by the Signal Processing Society with the Technical Program supported by all of the Signal Processing Society Technical Committees. ICASSP takes place in the spring (March – May) each year and is typically 5 days of programs. The bidders must submit the proposal to the Conference Services Manager three (3) months prior to the ICASSP being held five (5) years prior to the bidder’s chosen year. Proposal must be emailed to l.schwarzbek@ieee.org.

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