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April 2013

At first, machines were mainly used to solve complex mathematical problems. Today, they often embody more and more roles typically endowed by humans, such as a tutor in a virtual learning class or an assistant for virtual task realization.  A socially aware virtual character should be endowed with humanlike social capabilities.

Yuehao Wu, (University of Delaware), “Compressive optical imaging systems”, Advisor: Prof. Dennis W. Prather, 2012.

Jorge Iván Núñez Sánchez (Arizona State University ), “Development and Applications of a Multispectral Microscopic Imager for the In Situ Exploration of Planetary Surfaces”, Advisor: Jack D. Farmer, 2012.

A multidisciplinary engineering team at Qualcomm is looking for a system design engineer with experience designing discrete or integrated touch sensing solution for interfacing capacitive multi-touch sensors.

As a member of this team you will be responsible for analysis and improvement of touch performance through algorithm analysis, implementation and optimal chipset partitioning.


The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Carnegie Mellon University invites applications for postdoctoral positions for a range of multi-disciplinary research topics with the electric power system as the main field of application.

The mission of the Industry DSP Technology Standing Committee is mainly to promote emerging signal processing applications and industry technology and also to promote industry participation in the SPS and IEEE.

The Signal Processing for Communications and Networking Technical Committee (SPCOM TC) promotes activities addressing signal processing challenges in communications and networking.


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