Eurasip Newsletter

Newsletter – Vol. 34, February 2023

In recognition of outstanding achievements in the broad field of Signal Processing, the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) elevates each year a select group of up to a maximum of four scholars to “EURASIP Fellow”, the Association's most prestigious honor. The award consists of a certificate that will be presented to the following individuals during the Opening and Awards Ceremony at EUSIPCO 2023, which will be held in Helsinki (Finland) 4-8 September 2023:

Patrice Abry (CNRS ENS Lyon, France), "For contributions to scale-free temporal and spatial dynamics modelling and analysis in signals and images

John Thompson (University of Edinburgh, UK), "For signal processing advances in multiple antenna and relayed wireless communication systems"

Dimitri Van de Ville (EPF Lausanne and University of Geneva, Switzerland ), "For contributions to biomedical image and signal processing and application to functional brain imaging"

Abdelhak Zoubir (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany), "For contributions to the theory and practice of statistical methods for signal processing"

Sincerely yours,

Jean-Yves Tourneret
EURASIP President

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The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) congratulates the following colleagues who will receive the Society's prestigious awards. The awards will be presented at Opening and Awards Ceremony at EUSIPCO 2023, which will be held in Helsinki (Finland) 4-8 September 2023.

The Early Career Award is awarded to an outstanding researcher and engineer working within the technical scope of EURASIP at an early or mid-stage of his/her career, whose current work shows not only significant scientific achievements but also high potential to advance scientific knowledge through novel, timely and significant endeavors.
This year’s recipients is Alexander Bertrand, "For contributions to signal processing for EEG, neuro-steered hearing prostheses, and neural implants".

The Technical Achievement Award honors a person who, over a period of years, has made outstanding technical contributions to theory or practice in technical areas within the scope of the Society, as demonstrated by publications, patents, or recognized impact in this field.
This year’s recipient is Patrick Flandrin, "For seminal contributions to time-frequency and time-scale analysis at the interfaces between signal processing and nonlinear physics".

The Group Technical Achievement Award is given to the head of a group in academia or industry that has achieved significant contributions in signal processing and related areas over a number of years.
This year’s recipient is Sabine Van Huffel, "For establishing one of the leading European research groups in biomedical signal processing"

The Meritorious Service Award is given to recognize individuals who have given distinguished service to the Society in the form of significant contributions to the development of EURASIP, distinguished service to the advancement and pursuit of the technical objectives of EURASIP, or active cooperation in actions supported or sponsored by EURASIP.
This year’s recipient is Fernando Pereira, "For Leadership and Activities as EURASIP Director for Technical Activities and for Continuous Commitment with EURASIP over the last twenty years".

The Athanasios Papoulis Award is given to honor scientists whose work has had a major impact on various aspects of signal processing education.
This year’s recipient is Ronald W. Schafer, "For Outstanding Contributions to Education in the Signal Processing and Speech Processing Disciplines".

contributed by Maria Sabrina Greco, EURASIP Director for Awards

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Title Date Location
SPRINGEROPEN EURASIP JIVP's Free Web conferencing, What's Up with Image and Video Forensics! Mar. 2, 2023 12.30 CET, online
WSA 2023, International ITG 26th Workshop on Smart Antennas and 13th Conference on Systems, Communications, and Coding Feb. 27 - Mar. 3, 2023 Braunschweig, Germany
Joint EuCNC & 6GS Summit 2023 Jun. 6 - 9, 2023 Gothenburg, Sweden
DSP 2023 The 24th International Conference on Digital Signal Processing
(Paper submission deadline: Mar. 11, 2023)
Jun. 11 -13, 2023 Island of Rhodes, Greece
EUSIPCO 2023, 31st European Signal Processing Conference
(Paper submission deadline: Mar. 6, 2023)
Sep. 4 - 8, 2023 Helsinki, Finland
EUVIP 2023, The 11th European Workshop on Visual Information Processing
(Paper submission deadline: May. 13, 2023)
Sep. 11 - 14, 2023 Gjøvik, Norway
ISPA 2023, 13th Int'l Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis
(Paper submission deadline: May 25, 2023)
Sep. 18 - 19, 2023 Rome, Italy

contributed by Steve McLaughlin, EURASIP Director for Technical Programs and Membership

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The EURASIP BoD welcomes proposals from prospective organizers of seasonal schools. For more information, click here.

contributed by Filip Elvander, EURASIP Newsletter editor

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If you are interested in organizing a special issue in one of the EURASIP journals, please contact the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

Signal Processing Deadline
Deep Learning for Remote Sensing Image Processing and Quality Improvement
Feb. 28, 2023

EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing Deadline
Advances in signal processing with compact sensors hosted by unmanned platforms for underwater surveillance and monitoring Feb. 28, 2023
Advanced Signal Processing Algorithms and Techniques for Machinery Diagnosis Feb. 28, 2023
Signal Processing and Machine Learning in Autonomous Systems Apr. 28, 2023
Emerging trends in signal processing and machine learning for positioning, navigation and timing information Jul 1, 2023
Advanced signal processing and models for neuroscience Sep. 30, 2023
Fractal-Wavelet Techniques in Signal Processing Theory and Applications Dec. 31, 2023

EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing Deadline
Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Speech and Audio in Acoustic Sensor Networks Mar. 15, 2023
AI for Computational Audition: Sound and Music Processing Jun. 1, 2023

EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing Deadline
Artificial Intelligence Based Techniques for Next Generation Image and Video Compression

contributed by Filip Elvander, EURASIP Newsletter editor

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Author Title & Link University Supervisors Publication year
Xiang, Yang Data-driven Speech Enhancement: from Non-negative Matrix Factorization to Deep Representation Learning Aalborg University, Denmark Mads Græsbøll Christensen, Morten Højfeldt Rasmussen, Jesper Lisby Højvang 2023
Barile, Berardino Machine learning methods for multiple sclerosis classification and prediction using MRI brain connectivity KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Dominique Sappey-Marnier, Frederik Maes 2022
Hendrikx, Dries Characterization of the neurometabolic coupling in the premature brain using NIRS and EEG KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Gunnar Naulaers, Alexander Caicedo 2021
Morales, John Respiratory sinus arrhythmia estimation : closing the gap between research and applications KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Carolina Varon 2021
Huysmans, Dorien Advances in unobtrusive monitoring of sleep apnea using machine learning KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Carolina Varon, Bertien Buyse 2021
Vandecasteele, Kaat Multimodal epileptic seizure detection : towards a wearable solution KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Borbala Hunyadi, Wim Van Paesschen 2021
Moeyersons, Jonathan Advanced tools for ambulatory ECG and respiratory analysis KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Carolina Varon, Rik Willems 2021
Deviaene, Margot Multimodal signal analysis for unobtrusive characterization of obstructive sleep apnea KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Carolina Varon, Dries Testelmans 2020
Van Eyndhoven, Simon Tensor-based blind source separation for structured EEG-fMRI data fusion KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Borbala Hunyadi, Lieven De Lathauwer 2020
Lavanga, Mario Advanced models for monitoring stress and development trajectories in premature infants KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Els Ortibus, Alexander Caicedo 2020
De Wel, Ofelie Advanced solutions for neonatal analysis and the effects of maturation KU Leuven, Belgium Sabine Van Huffel, Gunnar Naulaers 2020
Gang, Arpita Representation Learning in Distributed Networks Rutgers University-New Brunswick Waheed U. Bajwa 2022
Huang, Huiping Sparse Array Signal Processing Darmstadt University of Technology Abdelhak M. Zoubir Hing Cheung So 2023

contributed by Filip Elvander, EURASIP Newsletter editor

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EURASIP encourages employers to post open research positions in Signal Processing on the EURASIP Job Site. Open positions will be continuously accessible online and will be advertised monthly in the EURASIP Newsletter.

Open Positions Institution Location Closing Date
Post-doctoral researcher in data security in machine learning Uppsala University Uppsala Sweden Feb. 28, 2023
Post-Doc position in multisensory signal processing and machine learning Aalto university, Espoo, Finland Espoo, Uusimaa, Finland Mar. 1, 2023
Lecturer in Audio Engineering (Research and Teaching) University of Surrey Surrey, UK Mar. 26, 2023
Professor in Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Healthcare KU Leuven Leuven, Belgium Mar. 29, 2023
Post-Doc in Statistical Learning and Signal Processing for Biomedicine Technische Universität Darmstadt Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany Apr. 7, 2023
Ph.D. Candidate Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Madrid, Spain May 1, 2023
Associate Professor in Uncertainty Quantification CentraleSupelec / L2S Essonne, France May 4, 2023
PhD position on tensor-based unsupervised learning methods for neuroimaging data fusion University of Lorraine Nancy, France May 31, 2023
Postdoc in deepfake detection EURECOM Biot, France Jun. 1, 2023
18 mos postdoc in Automatic Video Processing for Body Worn Camera EURECOM Biot, France Jun. 1, 2023
Postdoc Princeton and Weizmann Portland, Oregon, United States Oct. 1, 2023
PhD and PostDoc positions at University of Luxembourg University of Luxembourg Luxembourg, Luxembourg Dec. 31, 2023

contributed by Filip Elvander, EURASIP Newsletter editor

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