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Registration open: IEEE SPS/EURASIP Summer School on Robust Signal Processing

The registration for this year's Joint IEEE SPS/EURASIP Summer School on Robust Signal Processing is now open!

  • Student (IEEE/EURASIP Member): 150 EUR
  • Student Non-Member: 200 EUR
  • IEEE/EURASIP Member: 250 EUR
  • Non-Member: 400 EUR

The event takes place in the beautiful town of Rüdesheim (Rhine), Germany, Sept. 19th-24th 2016.

Please register here: Registration to Summer School

More Information below and on

www.rosip2016.org

The Joint IEEE SPS/EURASIP Summer School provides insights on advances in statistical signal processing with emphasis on robust statistics for signal processing. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and study innovative robust methods and algorithms for signal processing and engineering at large supported by numerous advanced real-life applications.

Program in a Nutshell

  • „Robust Norms in Sparse Representations and Compressed Sensing“, Gonzalo Arce
  • „Robust and Scalable Bootstrap for Large Scale Data Analysis“, Visa Koivunen
  • „Regularized M-estimators of the Covariance Matrix“, Esa Ollila
  • „Robust Estimation, Random Matrix Theory and Applications to Signal Processing“, Frédéric Pascal
  • „Robust Signal Processing for Dependent Data with Applications in Biomedical Signal Processing“, Abdelhak Zoubir and Michael Muma

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