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Recent years have seen a rapid increase in the number of machine learning and signal processing contests. Some of those currently open include: From Kaggle hosted contests, Google is inviting the Kaggle community to join efforts to accelerate research in large-scale video understanding, while giving participants access to the Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine.

The Mentoring Experiences for Underrepresented Young Researchers (ME-UYR) is a mentoring program financed by the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS). ME-UYR helps you to establish a connection with a mentor at another university.

 

ME-UYR is under way! We are currently looking for students and mentors who are interested in participating in this mentoring experience. Please find more information in the Call for Student participants and the Call for Mentors.

The Mentoring Experiences for Underrepresented Young Researchers (ME-UYR) is a mentoring program financed by the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS). ME-UYR helps you to establish a connection with a mentor at another university.

 

The Mentoring Experiences for Underrepresented Young Researchers (ME-UYR) is a mentoring program financed by the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS). ME-UYR helps you to establish a connection with a mentor at another university.

 

The IEEE SPS ME-UYR (Mentoring Experiences for Underrepresented Young Researchers) steering committee will launch the second installment of its mentoring program for young IEEE SPS researchers and would like to invite you to join as potential student mentors.
The IEEE SPS ME-UYR (Mentoring Experiences for Underrepresented Young Researchers) steering committee will launch the second installment of its mentoring program for young IEEE SPS researchers and would like to invite you to join as potential student mentors.

The 8th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WFIoT2022) seeks submissions and proposals for original technical papers and presentations that address the Internet of Things (IoT), its theoretical and technological building blocks, the applications that drive the growth and evolution of IoT.

Sponsored from the IEEE Signal Processing Society, there is a Kaggle contest focusing on identifying the camera that took

an image. Finding footage of a crime caught on tape is an investigator's dream. But even with crystal clear, damning evidence,

one critical question always remains–is the footage real? Today, one way to help authenticate footage is to identify the camera

that the image was taken with.

This issue features the next installment of our regular column, "Getting to Know Your Fellow Researchers", highlighting Douglas O'Shaughnessy, who is a Professor at INRS-Télécommunications (University of Quebec) in Montreal, Canada and the author of the textbook Speech Communications: 

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