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News and Resources for Members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
The IEEE Signal Processing Society welcomes proposals from prospective organizers of 2018-2019 winter schools under the S3P (Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing) Program. S3P seasonal schools are typically either summer schools or winter schools, and are geared towards providing graduate students, early stage researchers, and practitioners with background on selected topics in signal processing. Organizers of Signal Processing Society workshops and conferences are encouraged to submit proposals for seasonal schools linked to their event.
The primary objective for creating a seasonal school program is membership development for students with interests in signal processing. Students are the future of our Society. It is essential that we provide special membership development opportunities for this important group of members. For more details about the S3P Program, and for links to recent events that have been organized under this program, please visit the Seasonal Schools page.
The S3P Program is now soliciting proposals for 2018-2019 winter schools. Proposers should submit their proposal, following the guidelines summarized below by 7 May. 2018-2019 winter schools should be planned in the period October 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019. Proposals should be submitted in PDF format by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions should be directed to the same address: email@example.com.
Deadline to submit proposals ……………………………………… 7 May 2018
Decisions announced ………………………………………………… 12 July 2018
Proposal Preparation Guidelines
Proposers should submit their proposals by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals should be 3-4 pages in length in 11 or 12 point font. Proposals should address the following points:
The non-student rates are oriented towards practioners, and those rates can be significantly higher (e.g., $500 for a single day or $800 total as examples). For practitioners, a single-day rate is useful since some may have trouble leaving work for several consecutive days.
The specific dollar amounts provided here are only examples. Organizers should adjust the amounts based on local considerations, anticipated external support, etc. Even if enough support is available to cover student registration costs completely, some modest registration costs are suggested for students so that they and their advisors are “invested” in the program.
When preparing the budget, proposers are advised to not plan on having business class travel (use economy class) for speakers unless it can be supported directly from external (non SPS) funds.IEEE funds cannot be used to pay for business class travel.
The budget provided in the proposal should also address the following points:
If a seasonal school whiter paper is approved, the organizers will be encouraged to develop a full proposal for more comprehensive review by the Membership Board.
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