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Christian Jutten Editor-in-Chief:
Christian Jutten
University Grenoble-Alpes
Saint-Martin-d'Hères, France
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A Message from the Editor-in-Chief:

Welcome to the website of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (SPM)!

SPM is received bimonthly by all members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. It publishes tutorial-style articles with comprehensive surveys of important theories, algorithms, tools, and applications related to signal processing and related areas. Each issue includes articles from three main categories -- special issue articles, feature articles, and columns/forums articles. The recently introduced "Inside Signal Processing E-Newsletter" is a monthly electronic publication of SPM serving all members in the Society. Thanks to the contributions made by all of the society members and volunteers, SPM continues to receive distinguished recognition, ranked consistently among the top journals with the highest citation impact. According to the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report released June 2010 and 2011, the SPM ranks first in both years among all IEEE publications (127 in total) and all publications within the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Category worldwide (247 in total) in terms of its impact factor: 5.86 and 4.066.

SPM is charged with the roles of educating our readers in new trends of signal processing and of broad community services. We set the highest standards for the published works with swift timeliness in the review and publication process. Our editorial team consists of world-class researchers and educators with expertise spanning over all areas of signal processing and related disciplines.

We seek your active involvement and participation in shaping SPM to one reflecting our whole community's interests, both long term and short term. Contact me for any idea you may have for improving any section in SPM. I welcome you to be an SPM author, columnist, guest editor, and/or a reviewer.

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Area Editors

Name Affiliation Area of Focus
Tiago Henrique Falk Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Canada Area Editor - Social Media and Outreach
Andres Kwasinski Rochester Institute of Technology, USA Area Editor - Special Initiatives
Matt McKay Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China Area Editor - Feature Articles
Ervin Sejdic University of Pittsburgh, USA Area Editor - eNewsletter
Rodrigo Capobianco Guido São Paulo State University, Brazil Area Editor - Columns and Forums
Roberto Togneri The University of Western Australia, Australia Area Editor - Columns and Forums
Namrata Vaswani Iowa State University, USA Area Editor - Special Issues

Senior Editorial Board

Name Affiliation
Dan Bliss Arizona State University, USA
Danijela Cabric UCLA, USA
Volkan Cevher EPFL, Switzerland
Mrityunjoy Chakraborty Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur, India
George Chrisikos Qualcomm Inc., USA
Elza Erkip New York University Tandon School of Engineering, USA
Alfonso Farina Leonardo S.P.A., Italy
Yifan Gong Microsoft Corp., USA
B. Vikrham Gowreesunker Apple, USA
Joseph Guerci Information Systems Laboratories, Inc., USA
Nageen Himayat Intel, USA
W. Clem Karl Boston University, USA
Erik Larsson Linkoping University, Sweden
David Love Purdue University, Sweden
Maria G. Martini Kingston University, UK
Helen Meng The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Meinard Mueller Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany
Douglas O'Shaughnessy INRS-EMT (Telecommunications), Canada
Phillip A. Regalia US National Science Foundation, USA
Alejandro Ribeiro University of Pennsylvania, USA
Osvaldo Simeone King's College London, UK
Milica Stojanovic Northeastern University, USA
Ananthram Swami Army Research Lab, UK
Jong Chul Ye Korea Advanced Inst of Science & Techn (KAIST), Republic of Korea
Josiane Zerubia Sophia-Antipolis Mediterranee, INRIA, France
Qing Zhao Cornell University, USA

Associate Editors for Columns and Forum


Name Affiliation
Balázs Bank Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Hana Godrich Rutgers University, USA
Yuan-Hao Huang National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Euee Seon Jang Hanyang University, Republic of Korea
Piya Pal University of California San Diego, USA
Vishal M. Patel Rutgers University, USA
Christian Ritz University of Wollongong, Australia
H. Vicky Zhao Tsinghua University, China

Associate Editors for eNewsletter

Name Affiliation
Tamir Bendory Tel Aviv University, Israel
Behnaaz Ghoraani Florida Atlantic University, USA
Anubha Gupta IIIT-Delhi, India
Alessio Medda Georgia Tech Research Institute, USA
Irena Orovic University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Sarah Ostadabbas Northeastern University, USA

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