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Distinguished Lectures

Tulay Adali (University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA)

Lecture Date: October 20, 2022
Chapter: Vietnam
Chapter Chair: Nguyen Ling Trung
Topic: Data Fusion Through Matrix and Tensor Decompositions:
Overview of Solutions, Challenges, and Prospects

Distinguished Lecture: Jerome Bellegarda (Apple, USA)

Lecture Date: April 13, 2022 (Virtual Lecture)
Chapter: North New Jersey
Chapter Chair: Alfredo Tan
Topic: TBA

Distinguished Lecture: Tanja Schultz (University of Bremen, Germany)

Lecture Date: March 1, 2022 (Virtual Lecture)
Chapter: Tokyo
Chapter Chair: Kazuya Takeda
Topic: TBA

Tanja Schultz (University of Bremen, Germany)

Lecture Date: March 1st or 2nd, 2022 (Virtual Lecture)
Chapter: Tokyo
Chapter Chair: Kazuya Takeda
Topic: TBA

Karen Livescu (Toyota Technological Institute, USA)

Lecture Date: October 19, 2021 (Virtual Lecture)
Chapter: Hyderabad 
Chapter Chair: Abhinav Kumar
Topic: Embeddings for Spoken Words

Tulay Adali (University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA)

Lecture Date: September 28, 2021
Chapter: Oregon
Chapter Chair: Jinsub Kim
Topic: Data Fusion Through Matrix and Tensor Decompositions:
Overview of Solutions, Challenges, and Prospects

Distinguished Lecturer: Brian Sadler (Army Research Laboratory, USA)

Lecture Date: March 22, 2021
Chapter: Jordan
Chapter Chair: Sami Aldalahmeh
Topics: Deep Learning: A Signal Processing Perspective

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