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

July 2021

We study the dual problem of image super-resolution (SR), which we term image compact-resolution (CR). Opposite to image SR that hallucinates a visually plausible high-resolution image given a low-resolution input, image CR provides a low-resolution version of a high-resolution image, such that the low-resolution version is both visually pleasing and as informative as possible compared to the high-resolution image. 

The following volunteers have been named Editors-in-Chief of IEEE Signal Processing Society publications. The term for these Editors-in-Chief will run from 1 January 2022 through 31 December 2024.

On 14 May 2021, G. Renu opened the inaugural 2021 Regional Meeting on Deep Learning and Biomedical Signals with a welcome address and the opening curtain and lamp lighting ceremony was conducted by Mr. Deepak Mathur, Director, IEEE Region 10.  

IEEE SPS has built a streamlined mechanism for employers to add a job announcement by simply filling in a simple job opportunity submission Web form related to a particular TC field. To submit job announcements for a particular Technical Committee, the submission form can be found by visiting the page below and selecting a particular TC.

This year the Signal Processing Society identified 8 Chapters who exhibited excellence in many facets of chapter management, member recruitment, and activities.

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committees that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

Tomas Mikolov is the creator of Word2Vec which was developed in 2013 by a group of researchers led by him at Google Brain and has been widely used since then (28,000 citations). He is a pioneer for leveraging Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) for natural language which replaced n-gram language models that were state of the art for decades.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society has developed guidelines related to SPS Chapter social media and Chapter Activities.

In an effort to continue our programs and services during this difficult time, the SPS Awards Board is now accepting nominations for all Society level awards, from paper awards to the major society awards. Nominations are due by 1 September 2021.

The Nominations and Appointments Subcommittee for each Technical Committee is currently seeking nominations for new Members, as well as the Vice Chair position for some Technical Committees. Nominations for both positions should be submitted directly to each Technical Committee’s Nominations and Appointments Subcommittee. Please provide the name, contact information and biography with the nomination.

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