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10 years of news and resources for members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society

Introducing the SPS Resource Center

In 2013, the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) introduced SigView – our online portal of video tutorials in emerging signal processing topics. Over three years, SigView amassed more than 70 videos of technical tutorials, conference recordings, presentations, and more, setting a standard for quality, vetted , and timely signal processing resources.

As the Society’s membership grows and evolves, so should its products and services. To that end, we introduce SPS’s newest member benefit – the SPS Resource Center.

The SPS Resource Center expands significantly upon the framework laid by SigView, boasting an attractive new interface, increased support, and greater content hosting capabilities.  As the SPS Resource Center grows to serve the signal processing technical community, expect to see an increasing volume of valuable conference videos and slides, compendiums and reports, tutorials, webinars, and more.

The SPS Resource Center was developed to bring additional value and benefit to SPS members. All content will be available for free or at low cost to SPS members. Non-SPS members will be asked to pay a fee for each item they’d like to view, encouraging more individuals to join.

We want to thank all those in SPS who have contributed content that will now be hosted on the SPS Resource Center.  We anticipate that the SPS Resource Center will bring additional exposure and recognition to the content within the signal processing field and beyond.

We look forward to continuing to bring you high-quality content and hope you like the new interface. We welcome contributions of technical content for inclusion in the SPS Resource Center. If you’d like submit a presentation or other content for consideration, please send your name, affiliation, and proposed topic title to

The SPS Resource Center can be found at Please note that the  URL will continue to be active, but will now direct you to the Resource Center.

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