The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) announced the 2015 Class of Distinguished Lecturers. Five colleagues were honored and they are: Hynek Hermansky (Johns Hopkins University); Visa Koivunen (Aalto University); Hamid Krim (North Carolina State University); Jean-Christophe Olivo-Marin (Institut Pasteur); and Min Wu (University of Maryland). More »
|Call for Nominations: N&A Committee and Awards Boards||13 October 2014|
|Call for Nominations: Chapter of the Year Award||15 October 2014|
|Call for Proposals: GlobalSIP 2016-2018||20 October 2014|
|Call for Nominations: Fellow Reference Committee||27 October 2014|
|Call for Proposals: ICASSP 2020||19 January 2015|
|Call for Nominations: IEEE Technical Field Awards||31 January 2015|
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For our December 2014 issue, we cover recent patents granted in the area of image denoising. The section below covers patents granted recently for image de-bluring, enhancement layer video coding, enhanced MRI signal reconstruction, image noise removal, and anisotropic…More »
Precision medicine is a new model of health care which gains insights from an individual’s history and biology patterns, to create more precise diagnosis and treatment, at a lower cost. Precision medicine is a big data problem. Despite the completion of Human Genome Project more than ten years ago and the development in the field as a whole, precision medicine is still not a routine practice of medicine due to the lack of appropriate technical work and software platforms.More »
In this series, we introduce a member of our Society by means of an interview. This month, we are happy to introduce Le An from University of California, Riverside, who recently finished his PhD thesis, “Real-World Person Identification”.
The Machine Learning for Signal Processing Technical Committee (MLSP TC) is involved with activities that support the use of Machine Learning techniques for Signal Processing problems. The scope of this TC is fairly wide, ranging from traditional machine learning and pattern recognition, to approaches that combine material from both disciplines. Under the scope of the MLSP TC we find areas such as source separation, graphical and kernel methods for time-series, Bayesian non-parametrics, and matrix and tensor factorizations among many more.More »
The complexity we are involved in, nowadays, is the result of the very fast changing of the world scenario from the point of view of social life, economy, shortage of resources, etc. Internet and social networks, a kind of virtual cyber-skin embracing the planet, have tightly interconnected people, infrastructures and economic systems. All these changes have been fostered by technology innovation and we can only expect, due to the pace of technology innovation, that more changes are to come.More »
In this series, we introduce topics outside of the signal processing world from which we believe signal processing researchers and practitioners can benefit. This month, we report on a special issue on “More »
The signal processing chapter of the IEEE Singapore Section was founded by me in 1989 with over twenty petitioners. It was established first as a special interest group in 1988 and subsequently in 1989 it was upgraded to the chapter status. More »
During the last couple of months, a few new Signal Processing and Machine Learning contests were initiated. Some of the ongoing ones with a strong relation to Signal Processing include:
From the domain of Signal Processing for cartography there is a More »
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