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SigView - IEEE Signal Processing Society Online Video Library Launch

SPS is delighted to announce the launch of SigView, its flagship online video library: http://www.sigview.org. SigView is an open benefit for all SPS members, allowing you to create, host, link and distribute videos of talks, lectures, tutorials or any other media. It also puts tutorials created by the world’s leading signal processing experts at your fingertips.

SigView spans the breadth of the SPS topics of interest including, amongst many others:

  • Audio & Acoustic Signal Processing
  • Biomedical Signal Processing
  • Image, Video & Multimedia Signal Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Signal Processing Applications
  • Embedded Signal Processing
  • Communications Signal Processing
  • Multidimensional Signal Processing
  • Sampling and Signal Reconstruction Techniques

Open For Submissions

SigView is now open for use by the entire SPS membership. Any member can use SigView to create and host their videos from a range of materials, including:

  • PowerPoint or PDF slidedecks
  • Video & Audio
  • Webpages

SigView allows anyone to combine these materials into a video using only a web browser – there is no need for specialized software. Here’s how it’s done:

To express your interest in creating a SigView, e-mail the following to ad.sigview@ieee.org.

  • Proposed Title
  • Your Name & Affiliation

SigView Editorial Board

Chief Editor:  John McAllister (Queen’s University Belfast, UK)

Editors:
Zhengdao Wang (Iowa State University, USA)
James Fowler (Mississippi State University, USA)
Shuguang Cui (Texas A&M, USA)
Meinard Mueller (International Audio Laboratories Erlangen,  Germany)
Oscar Au (Hong Kong University Of Science & Technology, Hong Kong)
Fabrice Labeau (McGill University, Canada)

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