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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures – June 2014

 

SPS Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Centro-Norte Brazil 2 June 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Neural Decoding and Restoration of Motor Skills in Patients with Disorders of the Nervous System." Contact chapter chair JoaoWeyl Costa at jweyl@ufpa.br for more information.
Rio De Janeiro 4 June 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Adaptation and Equalization of Nonlinear Systems." Contact chapter chair Marcello Campos at campos@lps.ufrj.br for more information.
South Brazil 6 June 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: "Signal Processing for Structural Health Monitoring." Contact chapter chair Vitor Nascimento at vitor@lps.usp.br for more information.
Morocco 20 June 2014 Mauro Barni (University of Siena, Italy) Lecture topics: "A game theoretic approach for multimedia forensics." Contact chapter chair Driss Aboutajdine at aboutaj@ieee.org for more information.
Spain 9-10 July 2014 Sergio Barbarosa(Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) Lecture topics: TBD. Contact chapter chair Jeronimo A. Garcia at jarenas@tsc.uc3m.es for more information.
Denver/High Plains 5 August 2014 Andy Singer (University of Illinois, USA) Contact chapter chair Marc Kessler at kesslerm@gmail.com for more information.
Japan 10 November 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: TBD. Contact chapter chair Hitoshi Kiya at kiya@sd.tmu.ac.jp for more information.
Sendai 12 November 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: TBD. Contact chapter chair Akinori Ito at aito@fw.ipsj.or.jp for more information.
Kyoto 14 November 2014 V. John Mathews (University of Utah, USA) Lecture topics: TBD. Contact chapter chair Atsushi Nakamura at nakamura.atsushi@lab.ntt.co.jp for more information.

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