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Congratulations to the 2018 SPS Certified Chapters

In 2013, the Signal Processing Society implemented the Chapter Certification program, which rewards Chapters who provide outstanding service to both their members and to the Society with multiple benefits. Each year, the Chapters Review Committee reviews dozens of self-evaluations from SPS Chapters around the world, granting certification to only those Chapters with extraordinary organization and management; diverse and dynamic meetings, speakers, and events; and innovative membership development programs.

Congratulations to the following 16 Chapters who have been certified for the years of 2019-2022!

 

Chapter Chapter Chair
Boston
Rochester
Philadelphia
Oakland East Bay
Phoenix
Greece
Lithuania
Poland
South Brazil
Bangalore
Chengdu
Gujarat
Kharagpur
Malaysia
Singapore
Toyko Joint
Karen Panetta
Raymond Ptucha
Michael A. Mayor
Ryan Goldhahn
Suren Jayasuriya
Athanasios Rontogiannis
Artūras Serackis
Piotr Samczyński
Vanessa Testoni
Venkatesh Babu Radhakrishnan
Qian He
Suman K. Mitra
Pranab Kr Dutta
Syed Abd Rahman Abu-Bakar
Cao Hong
Shoji Makino

 

For more information regarding the Certification process or to see a list of past years Certified Chapters, please visit the Chapter Certification Tab on the  SPS Chapters & Communities Webpage.

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