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

March 2013

All new higher-grade IEEE members are invited to participate in a New Member Orientation session designed to help members get the most out of their membership.

All Section Officers and Chapter/Affinity Group Chairs have been contacted with a reminder that the following annual reports are required to be eligible for a rebate:

How to recognize those who deserve the honor? How to address all the aspects of fairness and conflict of interest? The IEEE SPS Executive Committee (ExCom) decided to tackle this award-and-recognition issue on two fronts: the nomination process and the selection process. It is believed that only through a right and just process can we bring about the prestige and respect of an award!

Now IEEE SPS has built a streamlined mechanism for employers to add a job announcement by simply filling in a simple job opportunity submission Web form at the related TC section pages.

To submit job announcements for a particular Technical Committee, the submission form can be found by visiting the page below and clicking on a particular TC. A link for the form can be found in the sidebar menu of the TC pages. Jobs can also be viewed from its individual TC pages or a combined listing that includes all TC jobs.

Angshul Majumdar (University of British Columbia), “A Sparsity Based Approach Towards Fast MRI Acquisition”, Advisor: Prof. Rabab K. Ward, 2012

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a safe medical imaging modality that can acquire high quality scans. However, MRI has a relatively long acquisition time. Reducing the MRI data acquisition time had been a challenge to researchers for the last two decades. In this thesis, the author proposed Compressed Sensing based techniques to speed-up MRI scans.

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