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SPCOM TC covers research topics at the intersection of signal processing, communications, networking and information theory. With the explosive growth of data communication, our area is full of vitality, characterized by both the great progress that has been made and the number of research challenges that still remain.

There are a number of things we want readers to know about the Signal Processing Education (SPED) Technical Committee activities this year.

The DISPS TC promotes and supports activities of SPS in the several areas including: (i) design, development and implementation of signal processing systems, (ii) design of algorithms with implementation in mind, and design of software tools and methodologies to support the design of signal processing systems.

With the concept of Grand Challenges, are their areas in speech and language which we might consider? I would like to suggest the following three: (i) Speech-to-Speech Translation, (ii) Speech Recognition for All Languages, (iii) Thought-to-Speech Signal Production.

The MMSP TC promotes the advancement of multimedia signal processing technology with special emphasis on the interaction, coordination, synchronization, and joint processing of multimedia and multi-modality signals.

The SAM TC addresses the areas of sensor array and multi-channel statistical signal processing. The committee interests span the areas of signal detection and estimation, direction-of-arrival estimation, beamforming, blind source separation, source localization and tracking, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems and space-time coding, sensor networks, and multichannel signal processing.

The Signal Processing Theory and Methods Technical Committee (SPTM TC) promotes activities in the technical areas of theory and methods of digital and statistical signal processing.

The Industry Digital Signal Processing Technology (IDSP) Standing Committee was formed in 1999 to promote industry participation in the Signal Processing Society and ICASSP, in particular. Fields of interest span those covered by the Technical Committees of the SP Society but special emphasis is placed on practical industry applications of signal and image processing.

Beginning January 2011, several of the IEEE Signal Processing Society’s Technical Committees (TCs) have new Chairs taking leadership roles.

Links and more information about the 13 TCs in the Society can be found at this link.

As the Associate Editor for the SPS eNewsletter in charge of liaising with the different Technical Committees of the IEEE Signal Processing Society, I gathered below frequently recurring questions together with the best answers I could come up with so far.

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