Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter

February 2016

Highlights

Chapter & DL News:

vTools Release Announcement: eNotice Express // Reminder: 2015 Annual Reporting and Rebate Requirements: Due 15 March // Upcoming Distinguish Lectures (March)

Conference News:

Signal Processing Conferences // 2015 Conference Best Paper Award for Industry // Call for Proposals: GlobalSIP 2017 // Call for Symposium Proposals – GlobalSIP 2016

Education & Resources:

Joint IEEE SPS and EURASIP Summer School on Robust Signal Processing, Rüdesheim (Rhine), Germany, Sept. 19th-24th 2016 // IEEE Meetings, Conferences & Events (MCE) Conference Education Program Webinars: Using mobile apps and IEEE Collabratec to enhance engagement // Member Discounts: International Life Insurance // IEEE Women in Engineering News: Register Now for 2016 WIE International Leadership Conference

Initiatives & Trends:

Recent Patents in Signal Processing (February 2016) – Image registration // Video of the month: NVIDIA Unveils Supercomputer for Self-driving Cars

Ph.D Theses:

Vaish, Rajan, (University of California, Santa Cruz) “Mobilizing the Citizen Crowd” (2015) // Li, Hongjuan, (The George Washington University),” Privacy Preserving Friend Discoverym in Mobile Social Networks” (2016)

Publications News:

Special issue of Proceedings of the IEEE on Biomedical Signal Processing: From a Conceptual Framework to Clinical Applications

Society News:

Reminder call for Nominations: IEEE Fellow Class of 2017: Deadline 1 March // Call for Nominations: IEEE Signal Processing Letters Editor-in-Chief // 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society Accomplishments

TC News:

Update from the AASP-TC // Activity Update from the SAM-TC

In-Depth E-News Articles

Joint IEEE SPS and EURASIP Summer School on Robust Signal Processing, Rüdesheim (Rhine), Germany, Sept. 19th-24th 2016

The Summer School on Robust Signal Processing is organized by the Signal Processing Group at Technische Universität Darmstadt. We invite Ph.D. students, early career researchers and engineering practitioners to participate in the Summer School, what promises to be a unique event run by world-class experts.More »

Special issue of Proceedings of the IEEE on Biomedical Signal Processing: From a Conceptual Framework to Clinical Applications

Biomedical signals have been widely used in the clinical setting for diagnostics, guiding therapy, patient monitoring, disease prevention, and risk assessment. The special issue of Proceedings of the IEEE in Feb. 2016 comprises 12 reviews that address challenges in applicative biomedical contexts by emphasizing the relevance of the methodological problem, the clinical importance of extracted information, and the possibility for future technological developments.More »

Update from the AASP-TC

The Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing (AASP) technical committee reports on augmented reality devices, 3D acoustic localization, binaural recording and rendering and spatial audio processing technologies.More »

Activity Update from the SAM-TC

The Sensor Array and Multichannel (SAM) technical committee reports on the upcoming IEEE SAM workshop in Rio de Janeiro, an announcement of the 2017 IEEE CAMSAP workshop, new SAM members and award nominations.More »

Recent Patents in Signal Processing (February 2016) – Image registration

For our February 2016 issue, we cover recent patents dealing with image registration. The section below covers patents granted recently for various new image registration algorithms and devices, including applications of video registration for heads up displays, 2D/3D image…More »

Video of the month: NVIDIA Unveils Supercomputer for Self-driving Cars

At the first keynote of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016, NVIDIA CEO  Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled DRIVE PX 2, an automotive supercomputing platform for autonomous car driving.

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