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New Editors-in-Chief for SPS Publications

Two publications of the IEEE Signal Processing Society will welcome new Editors-in-Chief beginning January 2013 for the term that will run until 31 December 2015.

These new Editors-in-Chief are:

W. Clem Karl
W. Clem Karl (Boston University) for the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, succeeding Thrasos Pappas, (Northwestern University), and

 

 

Fernando Pereira
Fernando Pereira (Instituto Superior Técnico/Instituto de Telecomunicações) for the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, succeeding A. Lee Swindlehurst (University of British Columbia).

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