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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures – July 2013

 

SPS Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Denver/High Plains July 2013 Tulay Adali (University of Maryland BC, USA) Contact chapter chair Marc Kessler at kesslerm@gmail.com for more information.
Slovenia July 3, 2013 Pierre Moulin (University of Illinois, USA) Contact chapter chair Urban Burnik aturban.burnik@ieee.org for more information.
Croatia July 5, 2013 Pierre Moulin (University of Illinois, USA) Contact chapter chair Davor Petrinovic atdavor.petrinovic@fer.hr for more information.
Bangalore 19 July 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Restoration of Motor Skills in Patients with Disorders of the Nervous System." Contact chapter chair K. V. S. Hari at hari@ece.iisc.ernet.in for more information.
Hyderabad 25 July 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Contact chapter chair Deergha Rao Korrai at korraidrao@yahoo.com for more information.
Pune 26 July 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Contact chapter chair Madhuri Joshi at punemajoshi@gmail.com for more information.
Xi'an 5-8 August 2013 Alex Kot (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Contact chapter chair Jianguo Huang at jghuang@nwpu.edu.cn for more information.
Iceland 26 Aug 2013 Tulay Adali (University of Maryland BC, USA) Contact chapter chair Magnus Ulfarsson at mou@hi.is for more information.
Turkey Sept 2013 Tulay Adali (University of Maryland BC, USA) Contact chapter chair Tanju Erdem attanju.erdem@ozyegin.edu.tr for more information.
Italy 4 Sept 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Neural signal processing." Contact chapter chair Carlo Regazzoni at carlo@dibe.unige.it for more information.
Spain 6 Sept 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Equalization and adaptation of nonlinear systems." Contact chapter chair Jeronimo A. Garcia at jarenas@tsc.uc3m.es for more information.
Spain 9 Sept 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Signal Processing for Medical Diagnostics." Contact chapter chair Jeronimo A. Garcia at jarenas@tsc.uc3m.es for more information.
UKRI 12 Sept 2013 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Signal Processing for Medical Diagnostics." Contact chapter chair Marwan M. Al-Akaidi at mma@dmu.ac.uk for more information.
Singapore 18 Nov 2013 Mauro Barni (University of Siena, Italy) Contact chapter chair Anamitra Makur at eamakur@ntu.edu.sg for more information.
Guangzhou 22 Nov 2013 Mauro Barni (University of Siena, Italy) Lecture topics: "Adversarial Signal Processing". Contact chapter chair Jiwu Huang at isshjw@mail.sysu.edu.cn for more information.

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