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ICASSP 2014 Video Presentations on SigView


The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) took place in Florence, Italy from May 4th – 9th 2014. Recordings of the opening ceremony and plenary sessions are now available for IEEE Signal Processing Society members on SigView the society’s online video archive and are accessible by clicking on the links below.

Conference Opening & Awards

Opening Address State of the Society Awards Ceremony Best Student Paper Awards

 

For more information and a list of plenaries, please visit the announcement page.
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