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

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Did you know that MRIs are changing the way society looks at your brain? Dale Mugler explores.

Student Member Sean Young on SPS’ impact on his career and research. Read more.

IBM Researcher, Kush R. Varshney on using signal processing for social good. Read more.

Member News: Steve Chen

YouTube Co-Founder Steve Chen on visual innovation and entrepreneurship. Read more.

Member Vladimir Pavlovic tackles sensors in our latest blog post, “Sensors and Sensibility.” Read more.

  • SPS Big Data Special Interest Group Chair Patrick Wolfe on recommendation engines in Information Week. Read more.

In this series, we aim to introduce senior society members and other experts of the signal processing field. This month, we are happy to introduce Prof. Vincenzo Matta from the Department of Information and Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics of the University of Salerno, Italy.

The final rouSpectrogramnd of the 2016 Signal Processing Cup took part at ICASSP in Shanghai. This year's international undergraduate competition explored using a time-varying signature embedded in media recordings to determine the location-of-recording.

In this series, we introduce a scientist, who makes use of signal processing techniques for his research findings, by means of an interview. This month, we are happy to introduce Dr. Florian Meyer from Vienna University of Technology, whose research interests mainly focus on message passing algorithms for statistical inference.

This month, we are happy to introduce Prof. Alexander Bertrand who is currently Assistant Professor at the Electrical Engineering Depatrtment (ESAT) of KU Leuven, Belgium. His research involes signal processing design with a focus on biomedical applications, such as electroencephalography (EEG), neuro probes, body area networks, hearing aids and cochlear implants.He also conducts research in generic signal processing techniques, with a focus on multi-channel and distributed signal processing, spatial filtering, beamforming, adaptive filtering, and signal enhancement.

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