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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
New Zealand/Central/North/South October 2, 2015 Akihiko Sugiyama(NEC Corp., Japan) Lecture topic: "Signal Processing for Robot Audition: How signal processing helps a robot recognize user commands in adverse environment" and "Phase: Unexplored Wilderness in Signal Enhancement". Contact chapter chair Terence Betlehem for more information.
Oregon October 2, 2015 Alex Kot (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Lecture topic: "Image Forensics: is a photo worth a thousand words?". Contact chapter chair Fu Li for more information.
Gujarat October 3, 2015 Gaurav Sharma (University of Rochester, USA) Lecture topic: "Translating Signal Processing Theory into Applications". Contact chapter chair Chirag N. Paunwala for more information.
Germany October 5-7, 2015 Hynek Hermansky (The Johns Hopkins University, USA) Lecture topic: TBD. Contact chapter chair Udo Zoelzer for more information.
Malaysia October 19-20, 2015 Jean-Luc Dugelay (EURECOM, France) Lecture topic: TBD. Contact chapter chair Syed R. Abu-Bakar for more information.
Thailand October 22-23, 2015 Jean-Luc Dugelay (EURECOM, France) Lecture topic: TBD. Contact chapter chair Supavadee Aramvith for more information.
Singapore October 26-27, 2015 Jean-Luc Dugelay (EURECOM, France) Lecture topic: TBD. Contact chapter chair Pina Marziliano for more information.
Japan/Kansai November 5, 2015 Fred B. H. Juang (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Lecture topic: "Problems and Innovations in Signal and Information Processing - Early History and Inspiration". Contact chapter chair Takehiro Moriya for more information.
Sendai November 6, 2015 Fred B. H. Juang (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Lecture topic: "Deep Neural Networks - A Developmental Perspective". Contact chapter chair Akinori Ito for more information.
Vancouver November 23, 2015 Hamid Krim (NC State University, USA) Lecture topic: "Convexity, Sparsity, Nullity and all that....". Contact chapter chair Ivan Bajic for more information.

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