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IEEE SPS 2013 Members-at-Large and Directors-at-Large Election Results

Mos Kaveh,
Past President and Chair, Nominations and Appointments Committee

Members-at-Large Election Results:
Three new Members-at-Large will take their seats on the Signal Processing Society Board of Governors beginning 1 January 2014 and will serve until 31 December 2016. Eight candidates competed for the three Member-at-Large positions. The successful candidates represent a broad spectrum of the Signal Processing Society. The Board of Governors will confirm the election results at their 6 December 2013 Board meeting. The successful candidates are:

Geert Leus
Delft University of Technology

Helen Meng
Chinese University of Hong Kong

Fernando Pereira
Instituto de Telecomunicacoes

Completing their terms as Members-at-Large on 31 December 2013 are: Petar M. Djuric (Stony Brook University); William Clem Karl (Boston University) and Sergios Theodoridis (University of Athens).

The Board of Governors (BoG) is the governing body that oversees the activities of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. The SPS BoG has the responsibility of establishing and implementing policy, and receiving reports from its standing boards and committees. Members-at-Large represent the member view point in the Board decision-making. They typically review, discuss, and act upon a wide range of items affecting the actions, activities, and health of the Society. More information can be found at the IEEE Signal Processing Society website.

Regional Directors-at-Large Election Results:
Two new Regional Directors-at-Large will take their seats on the Signal Processing Society Board of Governors and Membership Board beginning 1 January 2014 and will serve until 31 December 2015. Regional Directors-at-Large promote and foster local activities (such as conferences, meetings, social networking) and encourage new chapter development; represent their regions to the core of SPS; offer advice to improve membership relations, recruiting and service to their regions; guide and work with their corresponding chapters to serve their members; and assist the Vice President-Awards and Membership in conducting chapter reviews. The new Regional Directors-at-Large are:


Douglas O'Shaughnessy, INRS
Regional Director-at-Large
Regions 7 & 9

Hong-Yuan Mark Liao
Institute of Information Science
Regional Director-at-Large
Region 10

Completing their terms as Regional Directors-at-Large on 31 December 2013 are: Roxana Saint-Nom, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires for Regions 7 & 9 and Ta-Sung Lee, National Chiao Tung University for Region 10.

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