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Happy New Year to All

By: 
Athina Petropulu

May the year 2023 bring everyone closer to the fulfilment of their dreams. We have left behind a year marked with successes on multiple fronts, including health and technology as well as a year filled with proud people risking their lives for freedom. In particular, two big movements have captured our hearts: the fierce resistance of Ukranian people against the Russian invasion of their country, and the prodemocracy uprising in Iran with women in the lead. I would like to express my sympathy to our colleagues and students who were affected by these events. I would also like to salute our members who are supporting those fighting for their basic rights. May freedom prevail!

May the year 2023 bring everyone closer to the fulfilment of their dreams. We have left behind a year marked with successes on multiple fronts, including health and technology as well as a year filled with proud people risking their lives for freedom. In particular, two big movements have captured our hearts: the fierce resistance of Ukranian people against the Russian invasion of their country, and the prodemocracy uprising in Iran with women in the lead. I would like to express my sympathy to our colleagues and students who were affected by these events. I would also like to salute our members who are supporting those fighting for their basic rights. May freedom prevail!

Happy 75th year to the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS)! This year, the SPS celebrates 75 years of groundbreaking contributions to the field of signal processing, and we have several events planned.

Through its publications, conferences, technical activities, education offerings, and member services, SPS continues to catalyze advances in signal processing. Let me use this column to update you on the state of the SPS and the initiatives that we are pursuing this year.

Technical Areas

In order to have strong impact in emerging areas and also broaden the Society’s exposure outside of its traditional community, the SPS creates megatrend initiatives representing large trending technical areas that are relevant to many technical committees (TCs) and prospective TCs within the Society. The current SPS megatrend initiatives are the autonomous systems initiative (ASI) and the data sciences initiative (DSI).

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  • New SPS Webinar: On 15 February, join Mr. Wei Liu, Dr. Li Chen and Dr. Wenyi Zhang presenting "Decentralized Federa… https://t.co/em0sQAK4V5
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