Recording Available on the SPS Resource Center: Distinguished Lecture by Professor José M. F. Moura

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Recording Available on the SPS Resource Center: Distinguished Lecture by Professor José M. F. Moura

Recording Available on the SPS Resource Center:
Distinguished Lecture by Professor José M. F. Moura

"Future Trends in Signal Processing"

 

On 26 July 2019, Professor José M. F. Moura, IEEE President 2019 & CEO delivered his distinguished lecture on “Future Trends in Signal Processing.” The lecture was held at Analog Devices India Private Limited, in Bengaluru, India, and was well-received by more than 250 attendees; one of the largest audiences for an SPS talk in Bangaluru!

The recording is now available on the SPS Resource Center at Future Trends in Signal Processing and is free for SPS Members, $11.00 for IEEE Members, and $15.00 for Non-Members.

 

José M. F. Moura

José M. F. Moura is the Philip L. and Marsha Dowd University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and the U.S. National Academies Navy Study Board, corresponding member of Portugal Academy of Sciences, and Fellow of U.S. National Academy of Inventors, IEEE, and American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He holds a doctorate from MIT and an EE from Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa (IST), Portugal.
 
José holds 14 patents, including two used in over 3 billion disk drive chips in 60% of all computers sold in the last decade and the subject of a 2016 US$750-million dollar settlement between Carnegie Mellon and a semiconductor manufacturer. He is President and cofounded Spiralgen, a company that specializes in super-fast software components for cutting-edge parallel platforms. This includes technology licensed by Intel (10 million lines of code in Intel’s IPP) and licensed and used by several other companies.
 
He received the IEEE Signal Processing Society Award for outstanding technical contributions and leadership in signal processing and the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Achievement Award for fundamental contributions to statistical signal processing.
 
José will strive for a transparent, lean, open IEEE that runs a balanced operations budget and focuses its capital investments on building IEEE’s future by creating new sustainable businesses that serve members and IEEE’s technical communities. A second related priority is to significantly increase its membership by making IEEE relevant to professionals from all walks of life, young and seasoned, from any country in the world or industry.
 
José has served as the Technical Activities Vice-President and has been a member of the IEEE Board of Directors where he served as Division IX Director. He was also a member of the Technical Activities Board, IEEE Awards Board, Educational Activities Board, Publication Services and Products Board (PSPB), and PSPB Strategic Planning Committee. He is also a founding member of the IEEE Portugal Section.

 

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