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News and Resources for Members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
The 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2020) starts next week, and a fully virtual event opens even more opportunities and flexibility for you to interact and engage with your signal processing community!
We have an exciting, dynamic virtual program lined up for you this year, powered by leading companies who have continued to show their support for our technical community. We encourage you to learn more about them and their contributions to technology.
As a reminder, ICASSP 2020 registration is free to all non-author attendees, and there’s still time to secure your spot! View the full conference program to build your schedule and register now to access the live sessions, plenary talks, workshops, tutorials and more - now from anywhere in the world!
Following the live presentations, all conference content will be available on-demand on the virtual conference platform until Monday, 8 June 2020 before migrating to the SPS Resource Center.
We’re excited to offer IEEE Xplore® Open Preview, allowing you to view the conference proceedings now! Open Preview access has been extended until Friday, 22 May 2020, so you’ll be able to revisit the proceedings following the official conference dates!
In addition to the latest research and applications across the discipline, SPS hosts several events to serve our growing community, enabling you to connect with your colleagues no matter where you are in the world. Check out these events to maximize your experience:
Signal Processing Cup Competition
16:30-18:00 - Live
Watch students compete for the US$5,000 grand prize in this year’s topic, “Unsupervised abnormality detection by using intelligent and heterogeneous autonomous systems.” Click here to register.
SPS Young Professionals Workshop Navigating Social Media as a Scientist
14:30-18:00 - Live, followed by on-demand
Learn how scientists can best leverage social media in their careers and research in this workshop hosted by speaker Peter Kronenberg! Click here to access the event live on Zoom.
Women in Signal Processing Talk
13:30-15:00 - Live, followed by on-demand
Hosted by the SPS Women in Signal Processing Committee, guest speaker Lara Duro presents “Radioactive Waste Management: Building models for the future,” a humble tribute to Marie Sklodowska and her two Nobel Prizes. ICASSP registration required.
Student Job Fair
Students and fresh graduates will explore job opportunities with a number of esteemed companies. ICASSP registration required.
Author Best Practices and IEEE Author Tools
Learn the in and outs of author ethics, including best practices, manuscript preparation, the peer review process, case studies and more. You’ll also learn more about IEEE author tools, products, and services designed to assist, guide, and enhance your work. ICASSP registration required.
Town Hall and Awards Ceremony with SPS President, Ahmed Tewfik
18:30-19:30 - Live, followed by on-demand
Join SPS President Ahmed Tewfik for a Town Hall about what’s new with SPS, followed by the IEEE SPS awards ceremony! Question and answer session to follow. Please submit your questions to email@example.com before 14:00 CEST on Wednesday, 5 May to be included in the Town Hall presentation! Click here to join the live event on Zoom.
All times listed are in CEST (GMT +2).
We’re looking forward to seeing you next week!
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