The Signal Processing Society has added a new journal to its portfolio: The IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging. This new, online-only, Transactions will publish original research results where computation plays an integral role in the image formation process. Original research will be published on all areas of computational imaging ranging from the principles and theory of computational imaging, to modeling paradigms for computational imaging, to image formation methods,…More »
Call for Nominations
|Call for Nominations: Technical Committee Vice Chair and Member Positions||15 September 2014|
|Call for Nominations: Chief Editor, SigPort||30 September 2014|
|Call for Nominations: Chapter of the Year Award||15 October 2014|
|Call for Proposals: GlobalSIP 2016-2018||20 October 2014|
|Call for Proposals: ICASSP 2020||19 January 2015|
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Researchers from MIT, Microsoft and Adobe have developed a “visual microphone” that can recover audio signals from vibrations of objects in a video.
“When sound hits an object, it causes the object to vibrate,” said Abe Davis, a Ph.D. candiate at MIT and first author of…More »
The 9th annual Student Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Challenge–Europe (SAUC-E) will be held at the Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), from 20 September to 26 September 2014.
Held since 2006, SAUC-E challenges the next generation of engineers to design and build an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) capable of performing realistic missions. More »
Welcome to the Fall 2014 edition of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee’s Newsletter! This issue of the newsletter includes 7 articles and announcements from 13 contributors, including our own staff reporters and editors. Thank you all for your contributions! This issue includes news about IEEE journals and recent workshops, SLTC call for nominations, and individual contributions.More »
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