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A massive amount of data from video sensors is collected by military forces in their operational theaters, and there aren’t enough analysts or time available to review. Reducing the amount of data or the number of sensors isn’t the answer, and there will never be enough analysts.

Many people share a common dislike for networking. However, you don't have to be a master at networking or have a "Type A" personality to succeed. All it takes is a little planning and some strategy, and after all, isn't that what engineers do best?

Mobile media search is a topic that has enjoyed rapid growth in consumer demand and hence receives a lot of attention from content providers and device manufacturers.

Following the rapid proliferation of mobile devices, especially smart phones, both server-based and embedded speech and multimodal applications started to emerge.

The World Engineering Convention (WEC), 4-8 Sept. 2011, will bring engineers, policy-makers, researchers and industry leaders from around the globe to Geneva, Switzerland around the theme “Engineers Power the World:  Facing The Global Energy Challenge.” 

The Membership Board is delighted to introduce the Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing (S3P) Program in the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS). This program was established in 2010 as an outcome of the SPS Long Range Planning Retreat held during ICIP 2010 in Hong Kong. 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.

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) will host a Proposers' Day Conference for the Finder Program on May 11, 2011, in anticipation of the release of a new solicitation in support of the program. Deadline for registration is May 4, 2011 5:00PM EST.

IEEE recently released a beta version of the IEEE Technology Navigator (TechNav) that provides an integrated way to locate IEEE technical resources.

Users can select a technical concept or “tag,” and TechNav displays IEEE content and events (e.g., conferences, publications, standards, published articles). “Tags” are mapped to IEEE Societies and industry sectors, permitting navigation from two different spaces.

This free toolbox provides MATLAB functions and demonstrations for statistical modeling and mitigation of certain kinds of noise and interference in acoustic systems, power lines, wireless communications and wireless sensor networks. 

The noise and interference can come from other sources in the same frequency band of operation or in adjacent frequency bands.  The toolbox enables a user to

The website that houses IEEE's collection of online courses has been completely overhauled.

The former IEEE Expert Now has become the IEEE eLearning Library, and it uses new software for delivering tutorials. The site includes more than 200 courses and webinars from universities, training organizations, and IEEE units. Also there is now a section for IEEE content in iTunes, in the area where universities and nonprofits can post their content for users to download for free.  The library contains short, online courses in core and emerging technologies.

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