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

Initiatives & Trends

Did you know the Society offers funding under the Member Driven Initiatives program for events that encourage involvement by SPS membership, including local chapters, universities, industry members as well as individual members?

The positions we take in our sleep could reveal important factors related to our physical/mental well-being as well as affect the symptoms of conditions such as sleep apnea, bedsores, or even carpal tunnel syndrome. Moreover, patients are usually required to maintain specific poses after certain surgeries to get a better recovery result and during pregnancy, pregnant women are recommended to avoid certain sleeping postures that could cause harm to the fetus. 

Heat-related injuries have long been a serious focus for the military, and the number reported cases has been climbing sharply in recent years. In 2018, statistics indicated that there were 578 diagnoses cases of heat stroke and more than 2,000 reported incidents of diagnosed heat exhaustion among active service members.

Did you know the Society offers funding under the Member Driven Initiatives program for events that encourage involvement by SPS membership, including local chapters, universities, industry members as well as individual members?

The Signal Processing Society is pleased to announce the 5-Minute Video Clip Contest (5-MICC) at ICASSP 2020 in Barcelona (May 4-8). The topic chosen this year is Beamforming and the submitted video can cover any aspects of beamforming related areas. 

The Lifelong Learning Machines (L2M) program, a recent program from the Defense Advanced Research Agency or DARPA is funding the development of new machine learning systems that can learn continuously, adjust to new changes and apply previous knowledge to new situations.

The Signal Processing Society is pleased to announce the 5-Minute Video Clip Contest (5-MICC) at ICASSP 2020 in Barcelona (May 4-8). The topic chosen this year is Beamforming and the submitted video can cover any aspects of beamforming related areas.

In recent years, the commercial audio world has seen an increasing number of application of machine learning in commercial audio products...

Virtual and augmented (VR/AR) systems have recently become exceedingly popular by enabling new immersive digital experiences. The application areas of VR/AR are not only limited to gaming and entertainment, but also education and training, environmental and weather sciences, disaster relief, and healthcare.

Virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) hold tremendous potential to advance our society and are commonly seen as the 4th major disruptive technology wave after PC, the Internet/Web, and mobile.

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