Technical Area Committees

Objectives

The Technical Area Committees (TACs) form the backbone of EURASIP’s technical activities. The TAC members are leading scientists and technical experts in their field. The TACs support EURASIP’s technical activities to ensure highest quality and relevant development of the areas. They are instrumental in building the EURASIP community and adding value for our members.

The TACs facilitate the interaction and communication of EURASIP members in a specific scientific areas, notably by:

  • Sharing knowledge and visions
  • Discussing trends
  • Spreading information about innovations
  • Creating ties and networks
  • Facilitating collaboration beyond EURASIP

In addition, the TACs and their members are expected to:

  • EURASIP conferences
    • contribute as reviewers and technical committee members
    • propose tutorials and special sessions
  • EURASIP publications
    • contribute as reviewers
    • nominate associate editors, guest editors, editor-in-chief
    • review scope of EURASIP publications
    • propose special issues
  • EURASIP awards process
    • propose award nominations
    • provide reviews of award nominations
  • Participate in workshop and summer school organization
  • Participate at the annual meeting held during EUSIPCO
  • Nominate new TAC members and participate in voting

The Director for Technical Activities will oversee the TAC activities and interact with the TAC Chairs. For specific matters, the TAC Chairs will interface with

  • Director for Technical Programs for EURASIP conferences, workshops, summer schools
  • Director for Publications for EURASIP publications
  • Director for Awards for EURASIP awards

Establishment

TACs are established by the EURASIP Board of Directors following a proposal to the EURASIP President by at least 15 EURASIP members. The proposal should define/include:

  • The technical area to be addressed
  • The motivation and benefit of establishing a TAC in the specific scientific area
  • Relation to existing TACs
  • A list of TAC founding members
  • Proposed Chair and Vice-Chair

The EURASIP Board of Directors may accept or reject the proposal, or may also mandate changes, notably to have a balanced TAC membership with the established minimum number of members. While proposals may be made at any time, the establishment of new TACs will be announced at EUSIPCO. 

Membership

TAC members are leading scientists and technical experts in their field. The TACs should strive for a diverse membership in terms of career stage, gender, geographic distribution, etc. TAC members are elected by the current TAC members according to a procedure described in a separate document. The term of TAC members is 3 years and can only be renewed once; retiring TAC members cannot be candidates again before a resting of at least 1 year. A staggered appointment/renewal process is encouraged to ensure continuity. The TAC founding membership, as well as the founding Chair and Vice-Chair, are defined by the EURASIP Board of Directors when establishing the TAC.

To be efficient and relevant, TACs are composed of a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 25 members. Renewal of the TAC membership should be planned to respect these constraints.  

The TACs have a large number of responsibilities for EURASIP’s technical activities. There is a desire to associate highly active TAC members after their membership term has expired and draw upon their expertise and engagement in the TAC activities. For this purpose, the TACs can appoint “Associate members”. More information on the Associate membership is to be found in the “TAC Associate Members” document.

Governance

TACs shall have a Chair and a Vice-Chair who is a substitute for the Chair when needed. The TAC Chair is a member of the EURASIP Technical Activities Board, chaired by the Director for Technical Activities. The Chair is expected to attend the annual Technical Activities Board meeting held during EUSIPCO. The terms of the Chair and Vice-Chair are 3 years and cannot be renewed. The Chair and Vice-Chair should be TAC members at the time of election and are elected by the TAC members by a secret ballot. It is the responsibility of the Chair to initiate the elections well in advance of the end of term. To improve the TAC ‘memory’, the past Chair and Vice-Chair should automatically become TAC members after the end of their terms for a 3 year term or an exceptional 1 year period if two 3 year terms have been completed.

Meetings

The TAC Chair will organize meetings, which can be online or face-to-face. TACs are expected to meet at EUSIPCO under the logistic constraints allowed by the conference organizers. TAC members are expected to participate in person at the yearly EUSIPCO TAC meeting at least every other year.

Reporting

Every year before the end of March, the TAC should submit to the EURASIP Board of Directors a report of the previous year’s activities, events and achievements.

Review

To assure that TACs remain relevant and useful, they will be reviewed regularly. Additional reviews may be defined at the discretion of the EURASIP Board of Directors. The review will be conducted by a review committee created under the auspices of the EURASIP Board of Directors with at least three EURASIP members; non-EURASIP members may be invited to serve on this committee if considered appropriate. Following a negative review, the EURASIP Board of Directors may take actions to improve the situation or close the TAC.

TAC Website

The TACs will be displayed on the EURASIP website, notably the TAC areas, activities, membership, terms, and former members.

TAC Calendar

Click here to download an Annual Calendar of Activities.

The ASMSP TAC focuses on a wide range of audio and acoustic signal processing topic, including microphone and loudspeaker array processing; spatial audio capturing, processing and rendering; audio and speech enhancement and restoration; system identification and dereverberation; adaptive audio processing; speech perception, analysis, and synthesis; sound and music modeling, processing and coding; music signal analysis, processing and synthesis; music information extraction and retrieval; auditory modeling and hearing aids; quality and intelligibility measures; parallel processing and algorithm development for audio and acoustic applications; audio and acoustic signal descriptors and informatics.

Members

Fabio AntonacciPolitecnico di Milano, Italy2016 – 2021
Tom BäckströmAalto University, Finland2019 – 2021
Carmine Emanuele CellaEcole Normale Superieure, France2019 – 2021
Mads ChristensenAalborg University, Denmark2016 – 2021
Simon DocloUniversity of Oldenburg, Germany2016 – 2021
Sharon GannotBar-Ilan University , Israel2016 – 2021
Daniele GiacobelloSonos, Inc. USA2019 – 2021
Emanuel HabetsFAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany2016 – 2018 (Vice-Chair)
2019 – 2021 (Chair)
Walter KellermannFAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany2016 – 2021
Jesper Kjær NielsenAalborg University, Denmark2019 – 2021
Shoji MakinoUniversity of Tsukuba, Japan2019 – 2021
Rainer MartinRuhr University Bochum, Germany2016 – 2021
Hélène-Camille CrayencourUniversity Paris-Sud, France2018 – 2021
Mark PlumbleyUniversity of Surrey, UK2016 – 2021
Gael RichardTELECOM ParisTech, France2016 – 2021
Augusto SartiPolitecnico di Milano, Italy2016 – 2018 (Chair)
2019 – 2021
Sascha SporsUniversity of Rostock, Germany2016 – 2021
Toon van WaterschootKU Leuven, Belgium2019 – 2021

Former Members

Jens AhrensChalmers University of Technology, Sweden2018 – 2020
Stefan BilbaoUniversity of Edinburgh, UK2016 – 2017
Filippo FaziUniv. of Southampton, UK2016 – 2018
Alberto GonzalezUniversitat Politècnica de València, Spain2016 – 2018
Peter JaxRWTH Aachen University, Germany2016 – 2018
Jean-Marc JotMagic Leap, CA, USA2016
Ina KodrasiIdiap Research Institute, Switzerland2018 – 2020
Heinrich LoellmannFAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany2018 – 2020
Shmulik Markovich-GolanIntel Corporation, Israel2018 – 2020
Alastair H. MooreImperial College, UK2018 – 2020
John MourjopoulosUniversity of Patras, Greece2016 – 2017
Patrick NaylorImperial College, UK2016 – 2018
Julian ParkerNative Instruments, DE2018 – 2020
Rudolf RabensteinFAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany2016 – 2017
Xavier SerraPompeu Fabra University, Spain2016 – 2017
Mark SandlerQueen Mary Univ. of London, UK2016 – 2018
Lauri Savioja AALTO, Finland 2016
Gerald SchullerIlmenau University, Germany2016 – 2018
Vesa ValimakiAALTO University, Finland2016 – 2018

The BForSec TAC focuses on multimedia security, data forensics, hashing, watermarking, covert communications (steganography and steganalysis), applied cryptography, biometric recognition, biometric forensics, video surveillance, physical layer security, network security, hardware security, data privacy with its different declinations in the field of biometrics, social networks, cloud, and big data, de-identification methodologies.

Members

Irene AmeriniSapienza University of Rome, Italy2019 – 2021
Giulia BoatoUniversity of Trento, Italy2018 – 2023
Felix BaladoUniversity College Dublin, Ireland2019 – 2021
Patrizio CampisiUniversita’ degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy2018 – 2023
2016 – 2017 (Chair)
Luca CaviglioneNational Research Council of Italy2018 – 2023
Paulo Lobato CorreiaInstituto Superior Técnico, Portugal2021 – 2023
2018 – 2020 (Chair)
Julio Hernandez-CastroUniversity of Kent, UK2021 – 2023
Tanya IgnatenkoGN Hearing A/S2016 – 2021
Emanuele MaioranaUniversita’ degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy2021 – 2023 (Chair)
2016 – 2020
Wojciech MazurczykWarsaw University of Technology, Poland
2016 – 2021
Aleksandra MilevaGoce Delcev University of Štip, Macedonia2019 – 2021
Kamal NasrollahiAalborg University, Denmark2021 – 2023 (Vice-Chair)
2018 – 2020
Cecilia PasquiniUniversity of Trento, Italy2019 – 2021
Fernando Pérez-GonzálezUniversidade de Vigo, Spain2016 – 2021
Guenole SilvestreUniversity College Dublin, Ireland2020 – 2022
Vitomir ŠtrucUniversity of Ljubljana, Slovenia2018 – 2023
Husrev Taha SencarTOBB University, Turkey2016 – 2021
Andreas UhlSalzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria2021 – 2023
2018 – 2020 (Vice-Chair)
Ruben Vera-RodriguezUniversidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain2020 – 2022
Sviatoslav (Slava) VoloshynovskiyUniversity of Geneva, Switzerland2016 – 2021
Steffen WendzelWorms University of Applied Sciences & Fraunhofer FKIE, Germany
2018 – 2023

Former Members

Patrick BasEcole Centrale de Lille, France2016 – 2017
Zekeriya ErkinTU Delf, Netherlands2016 – 2018
Thomas GrossUniversity of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK2016 – 2017
Anthony HoUniversity of Surrey, UK2016 – 2018
Jörg KellerFernUniversität in Hagen, Germany2018 – 2020
Alessandro PivaUniversity of Florence, Italy2016 – 2018

This TAC aims to address and engage in emerging developments at the confluence of signal processing, big data analytics, and machine learning research. Whereas machine learning tools are often employed to enable new signal processing applications, we are also interested in developing new signal and data analysis and synthesis theory, algorithms, and their performance analysis to enable new machine learning applications. This TAC aims to infuse machine learning research with advanced statistical signal processing, factor analysis, and optimization tools – that is, to contribute our unique signal processing expertise to the broader machine learning community.

Members

Vince CalhounUniversity of New Mexico2016 – 2021
Saikat ChatterjeeKTH, Stockholm, Sweden2018 – 2020 (Chair)
2021 – 2021
Emilie ChouzenouxUniversité Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France2018 – 2023
Nikos DeligiannisVrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium2018 – 2020 (Vice-Chair)
2021 – 2023 (Chair)
Monika DörflerUniversity of Vienna, Austria2018 – 2023
Diego GragnanielloUniversity of Naples Federico II2021 – 2023
Ercan Engin KuruogluItalian National Council of Research, Italy2018 – 2023
Pascal FrossardEPFL, Switzerland2016 – 2021
Raja GiryesTel Aviv University, Israel2016 – 2021
Rémi GribonvalINRIA, France
2016 – 2021
Laurent JacquesUCLouvain, Belgium2019 – 2021
Alexander JungAalto University, Finland2018 – 2023
Koray KayabolGebze Technical University (GTU)2021 – 2023
Zhanyu MaBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China2019 – 2021
Joao MotaHeriot-Watt University2021 – 2023
Stefano OlivieriMathWorks2019 – 2021
Frédéric PascalCentrale Supélec, France2016 – 2021
Aleksandra PižuricaGhent University, Belgium2019 – 2021
Cédric RichardUNICE, Sophia-Antipolis, France2016 – 2021
Christian RiessFriedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg2021 – 2023
Miguel RodriguesUniversity College London2019 – 2021
Nikos SidiropoulosUniversity of Virginia, US2016 – 2021
Laura ToniUniversity College London2021 – 2023
Diego ValsesiaPolitecnico di Torino, Italy2021 – 2023
Luisa VerdolivaUniversity of Naples Federico II, Italy2019 – 2021

Former Members

Constantine CaramanisUniv. of Texas, Austin, US2016 – 2018
Wei DaiImperial College London, United Kingdom2016 – 2018
Cédric FévotteCNRS, Nice, France2016 – 2017
Mário A. T. FigueiredoInstituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal2016 – 2018
Zaid HarchaouiCourant Institute for Mathematical
Sciences, USA
2016 – 2018
Suleyman Serdar KozatBilkent Univ., Ankara, Turkey2018 – 2020
Jan LarsenDTU, Lyngby, Danmark2016 – 2018
Eric MoreauUniv. of Toulon, France2016 – 2018
Morten MorupDTU, Lyngby, Danmark2016 – 2018
Nelly PustelnikCNRS, France2016 – 2018
Ignacio SantamariaUniv. of Cantabria, Spain2016 – 2017
Karin SchnassUniversity of Innsbruck, Austria2016 – 2020
Thomas SchonUppsala University, Sweden2016 – 2017
Kostas SlavakisSUNY, Buffalo, US2016 – 2017
Paris SmaragdisUIUC, US2016 – 2017
Richard TurnerUniversity of Cambridge, UK2016 – 2017
Silvia VillaPolitecnico di Milano, Italy2018 – 2020

The TAC SPCN is devoted to signal processing conceived for communication and networking with applications in the fields of next generation systems designed for crowd sensing, smart cities, autonomy, and Internet of Things. By embracing information theory, communication theory, statistical inference, and optimiTACion, this TAC addresses signal processing techniques for synchroniTACion, coded modulation, cooperation, diversity, localization, and quantum systems and networks.

Members

Alexios Balatsoukas-StimmingTU Eindhoven, The Netherlands2021 – 2023
Andreas P. BurgÉcole Polytechnique de Lausanne, Switzerland2016 – 2018
2019 – 2021 (Vice-Chair)
Alexandropoulos GeorgeNational and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece2021 – 2023
Eduard A. JorswieckTU Dresden, Germany2019 – 2021
Raymond KnoppEURECOM, France2016 – 2018 (Vice-Chair)
2019 – 2021 (Chair)
Marios KountourisEURECOM, France2021 – 2023
Xavier MestreCTTC, Spain2019 – 2021
Christoph MecklenbräukerTU Wien, Austria2016 – 2018 (Chair)
2019 – 2021
Luca SanguinettiUniversity of Pisa, Italy2019 – 2021
Christoph StuderETH Zurich, Switzerland2021 – 2023
Mikko ValkamaTU Tampere, Finland2016 – 2021
Moe Z. WinMassachussetts Institute of Technology, US2018 – 2023
Flavio ZabiniUniversity of Bologna, Italy2018 – 2023

Former Members

Mark A. BeachBristol, United Kingdom2016 – 2018
Hanna BoguckaPoznan University of Technology, Poland2016 – 2018
Guiseppe CaireTU Berlin, Germany2016 – 2018
Andrea ContiUniversity of Ferrara, Italy2016 – 2018
Mérouane DebbahSupelec & Huawei Labs Paris, France2016 – 2018
Thomas ErikssonChalmers University, Sweden2016 – 2018
Gerhard FettweisTU Dresden, Germany2016 – 2018
Lajos HanzoUniv Southhampton, UK2016 – 2018
Geert LeusDelft University, Netherlands2016 – 2017
Marco LuiseUniversity of Pisa, Italy2016 – 2018
Christos Masouros University College London2018 – 2020
Ana Pérez-NeiraUPC, Barcelona, Spain2016 – 2018
Marius PesaventoTU Darmstadt, Germany2016 – 2018
Markus RuppTU Wien, Austria2016 – 2018
Saeid SaneiUniversity of Surrey, UK2016 – 2018
Slawomir StanczakTU Berlin2018 – 2020
Björn OtterstenUniversity of Luxemburg and KTH, Sweden2016 – 2017

Distributed signal processing for sensor array,
Massive array processing,
Compressed sensing and sparsity-aware techniques,
Compressed sampling for non-band-limited signals,
DOA estimation, source localization and tracking in multisensor systems,
Multichannel signal processing for communications and remote sensing,
Multiresolution, multispectral signal processing,
Waveform diversity for spectral dense environment,
Cognitive waveform design.

Members

Karim Abed-MeraimPolytech Orléans, France2020 – 2022
Kostas BerberidisUniversity of Patras, Patras, Greece2016 – 2021
Remy BoyerUniversity of Paris-Sud, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France2016 – 2021
David BrieUniversity of Lorraine, France2018 – 2023
Sundeep Prabhakar ChepuriIndian Institute of Science
Bangalore, India
2019 – 2021
Pascal ChevalierCNAM, Thales Expert, France2016 – 2021
Angelo ColucciaUniversità del Salento, Lecce, Italy2018 – 2023
Andre L.F. de AlmeidaFederal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil2018 – 2023
Xiao FuOregon State University, Corvallis, OS, USA2020 – 2022
Fulvio GiniUniversity of Pisa, Italy2019 – 2021
Maria Sabrina GrecoUniversity of Pisa, Italy2016 – 2018 (Chair)
2019 – 2021
Braham HimedAir Force Research Laboratory, Dayton. OH, USA2020 – 2022
Andreas JakobssonLund University, Lund, Sweden2016 – 2021
Walter KellermannUniversity Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany2016 – 2021
Visa KoivunenAalto University, Finland2016 – 2021
Mohammed Nabil El KorsoParis Nanterre University, France2018 – 2023
Pascal LarzabalEcole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, Cachan Cedex, France2016 – 2021
Geert LeusTU Delft, The Netherlands2016 – 2018 (Vice-Chair)
2019 – 2021 (Chair)
Piya PalUniversity of California, US2020 – 2022
Marius PesaventoTUD, Darmstadt, Germany2016 – 2018
2019 – 2021 (Vice-chair)
Giuseppe RicciUniversity of Salento, Lecce, Italy2016 – 2021
Florian RomerFraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing IZFP
Ilmenau, Germany
2019 – 2021
Joseph TabrikianBen-Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er-Sheva, Israel2016 – 2021
Sergiy A. VorobyovAalto University, Finland2018 – 2023
Abdelhak ZoubirTUD, Darmstadt, Germany2016 – 2021

Associate Members

Rodrigo de LamareUniversity of York, York, UK and Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil2021
Laurent Ferro-FamilUniversité de Rennes, France2021
Luca SanguinettiUniversity of Pisa, Italy2021

Former Members

Rodrigo de LamareUniversity of York, York, UK
& Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2016 – 2018
Laurent Ferro-FamilUniversité de Rennes, France2016 – 2018
Luca SanguinettiUniversity of Pisa, Italy2016 – 2018

This TAC promotes activities related to theory and methods in signal processing, including:

  • Statistical signal processing: Detection, estimation, classification, identification, simulation, non-parametric methods, performance analysis and bounds.
  • Massive and high-dimensional data: Distributed signal processing, online algorithms, random matrix theory.
  • Signal and geometry: Information geometry, inference (Bayesian, approximate, robust), signal processing over graphs, tensor networks, multimodal data.
  • Structured models and inversion: Multidimensional/multilinear models, sparse modeling, compressed sensing, inverse problems.
  • Optimization: Convex optimization, non-convex optimization, stochastic optimization, optimization on manifolds.
  • Signal Processing for Graphs and Networks: statistical approaches (RMT), graph representation and analysis, wavelets, distributed processing and optimization.
  • Signal, mage and artificial intelligence: Representation learning, optimal transport, analysis of learning methods.

Members

Yoann AltmannHeriot-Watt University2019 – 2021
Adel BelouchraniEcole Nationale Polytechnique, Algiers, Algeria2018 – 2023
Rémy BoyerUniversity of Lille, France2019 – 2021
Paolo BracaNATO CMRE, Italy2018 – 2023
Monica BugalloStony Brook University, US2016 – 2018
2018 – 2021 (Chair)
Víctor ElviraIMT Lille Douai2019 – 2021
Mohammed Nabil El KorsoParis-Ouest University, France2016 – 2021
Jean-François GiovannelliLaboratoire de l’Intégration du Matériau au Système, France2019 – 2021
Abderrahim HalimiHeriot-Watt University, UK2019 – 2021
Eva LagunasUniversity of Luxembourg2019 – 2021
Stefano MaranoUniversity of Salerno, Italy2016 – 2021
Stephen MClaughlinHeriot Watt University, UK2016 -2018 (Chair)
2019 -2021
Xavier MestreCTTC, Spain2016 – 2018
2019 – 2021 (Vice-Chair)
Michael MumaTechnische Universität Darmstadt, Germany2018 – 2023
Bhavani Shankar MysoreICSRT, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg2018 – 2023
Marius PesaventoTechnische Universität Darmstadt2021 – 2023
Frederic PascalCentraleSupelec, France2016 – 2021
Cedric RichardUniversity of Nice, France2016 – 2021
Jordi Vilà-VallsUniversity of Toulouse, France2019 – 2021
Herwig WendtIRIT, University of Toulouse, France2018 – 2023

Former Members

Patrice AbryCNRS, ENS Lyon, France2016 – 2018
Kostas BerberidisUniversity of Patras, Patras, Greece2016 – 2018
José Bioucas DiasInstitute of Telecommunications, Portugal2016 – 2018
Pascal BondonCNRS, France2016 – 2018
Antonio de MaioUniversity of Naples, Italy2016 – 2018
Nicolas Le BihanCNRS, Gipsa-lab, Grenoble, France2018 – 2020
Esa OllilaAalto University, Finland2016 – 2018
Björn OtterstenUniversity of Luxemburg and KTH, Sweden2015 – 2017
Jean-Philippe OvarlezSONDRA/ONERA, France2016 – 2018
Marcelo PereyraUniversity of Bristol, UK2016 – 2018
Jean-Yves TourneretUniversity of Toulouse, IRIT-ENSEEIHT-TeSA, France2016 – 2018 (Vice-Chair)
Ami WieselThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel2015-2017
Abdelhak ZoubirTechnical University of Darmstadt, Germany2016 – 2018

This TAC is addressing the area of Visual Information Processing. Topics of interest include:

  • image/video processing and analysis
  • image/video filtering and enhancement
  • image/video coding and transmission
  • image/video capture, display, and printing
  • computational imaging
  • annotation, search & retrieval
  • perception models and Quality of Experience
  • watermarking
  • privacy protection
  • stereo, multi-view, and free viewpoint video
  • multimodality
  • interactivity
  • systems, architectures, and applications.

Members

João AscensoInstituto Superior Técnico – Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal2020 – 2022
Azeddine BeghdadiUniversity Sorbonne Paris Nord, France2021 – 2023
Federica BattistiUniversity of Padova, IT2018 – 2023
Julián Cabrera QuesadaUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain2019 – 2021
Marco CarliRoma Tre University, IT2020 – 2022
Safak DoganLoughborough University London, UK2018 – 2023
Frédéric DufauxCNRS, France2016 – 2021 (Chair)
Touradj EbrahimiEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland2016 – 2021
Karel FliegelCzech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic2018 – 2023
Soren ForchammerTechnical University of Denmark, DK2020 – 2022
Alexandros IosifidisAarhus University, DK2020 – 2022
Chaker LarabiUniversité de Poitiers, France2019 – 2021
Patrick Le CalletUniversité de Nantes, France2016 – 2021
Simone MilaniUniversity of Padova, Italy2019 – 2021
Nikos NikolaidisAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece2016 – 2021
Fernando PereiraInstituto Superior Técnico – Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal2016 – 2021
William PuechUniversité de Montpellier, France2019 – 2021
Peter SchelkensVrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium2016 – 2021 (Vice -Chair)
Stefano TubaroPolitecnico di Milano, Italy2016 – 2021
Giuseppe ValenziseL2S CNRS, CentraleSupelec, Université Paris-Sud, France2018 – 2023

Former Members

Andrea CavallaroQueen Mary University of London, UK2016 – 2017
Klaus DiepoldTechnical University of Munich, Germany2016 – 2017
Jean-Luc DugelayEurecom, France2016 – 2018
Moncef GabboujTampere University of Technology, Finland2016 – 2018
Anthony TS HoUniversity of Surrey, UK2016 – 2018
Stephane Marchand-MailletUniversité de Genève, Switzerland2016 – 2018
Ferran MarquesUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain2016 – 2018
Béatrice Pesquet-PopescuTélécom ParisTech, France2016 – 2018
Philippe SalembierUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain2016 – 2018
Murat TekalpKoc University, Turkey2016 – 2018

Associate Members

Jean-Luc DugelayEurecom, France2021
Moncef GabboujTampere University of Technology, Finland2021

This TAC covers a broad area of image & signal processing dedicated to biomedical applications in medicine, biology, physiology, neurosciences, genetics, and so on. These fields are driven by the availability of large amounts of signals and images with a huge variety in terms of their nature and spatial and temporal scales; data sources include microscopy, medical imaging devices, (wearable) sensors, all with an increasing degree of integration between acquisition and computation. In addition, there is a need to quantify more advanced features from this data using modeling approaches adopted from the image & signal processing community at large.

Motivation

Advanced image & signal processing has become an essential part of biomedical research in medicine, molecular biology, neurosciences,… . The BISA TAC wants to actively promote synergies at the interdisciplinary interface where advanced imaging and data processing meet with biomedical sciences. In addition to image & signal processing tailored to biomedical applications, we also want to cover the emerging field of analytics, where learning from this type of data is pursued. An increasing number of researchers in signal processing and part of the EUSIPCO community are getting exposed and engaged into biomedical projects. Therefore, the BISA TAC will actively foster the emergence of a biomedical community within EUSIPCO. We also plan to reach out to other scientific communities.

Planned Activities

  • Strengthen the biomedical activities at EURASIP in terms of workshops, tutorials, and special sessions, in particular, at EUSIPCO. Specifically, we will identify emerging topics, proposing special sessions & chairs.
  • Initiate a Best Paper Award at EUSIPCO for papers in the area of biomedical image and signal processing.
  • Encourage new special issues in the EUSIPCO journals on specific subtopics covered by our TAC.
  • Provide expertise to the EURASIP Board of Directors.

Members

Sophie AchardCNRS, France2019 – 2021
Aydin AkanIzmir Katip Celebi University, Turkey2019 – 2021
Adrian BasarabUniversity of Toulouse, IRIT, France2020 – 2022
Cesar CaballeroBasque Center of Cognition, Brain and Language, Spain2019 – 2021
Philippe CiuciuCEA/NeuroSpin, INRIA Parietal team & Paris-Saclay University, France2016 – 2018
2019 – 2021 (Vice-Chair)
Maarten De VosKU Leuven, Belgium2016 – 2021
Pier Luigi DragottiImperial College London, United Kingdom2016 – 2021
Florence ForbesGrenoble Univ, France2021 – 2023
Moritz Grosse-WentrupUniversity of Munich, Germany2016 – 2021
Bori HunyadiTU Delft, The Netherlands2020 – 2022
Ercan KuruogluCNR – Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione “A. Faedo”, Pisa, Italy2016 – 2021
Pablo LagunaZaragosa Univ, Spain2021 – 2023
Andre MarquandDonders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands2019 – 2021
Arrate Muñoz BarrutiaMadrid Univ, Spain2021 – 2023
Barbara NicolasCREATIS, University of Lyon, CNRS, France2018 – 2023
Joaquin OtonNational Center of Biotechnology (CSIC), Campus Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain2017 – 2022
Françoise PeyrinCREATIS, INSA Lyon University of Lyon, France2016 – 2018 (Vice-Chair)
2019 – 2021 (Chair)
Fabienne PoréeUniversité de Rennes 1, France2020 – 2022
Emma RobinsonKing’s College, London, UK2021 – 2023
Emine Ulku SaritasBilkent University, Turkey2020 – 2022
Michael UnserEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland2016 – 2021
Dimitri Van De VilleEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and Université de Genève Switzerland2016 – 2018 (Chair)
2018 – 2021
Javier VargasMcGill University, Canada2020 – 2022

Former Members

Andrea CavallaroUniversity of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science, Denmark2017 – 2019
Pierre BellecUniversité de Montréal, Canada2016 – 2018
Danilo BzdokDepartment of Psychiatry, RWTH Aachen, Germany2018 – 2020
Antitza DantchevaINRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France2018 – 2020
Alexandre GramfortCNRS, LTCI, Telecom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, France2017 – 2019
Lars Kai HansenTechnical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark2016 – 2018
Jean-Marc LinaEcole de Technologie Supérieure, Montréal, Canada2016 – 2018
Vittorio MurinoItalian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy2016 – 2018
Jean-Christophe Olivo-MarinInstitut Pasteur, France2016 – 2018
Josien PluimEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands2016 – 2018
Jan SijbersUniversity of Antwerp, Belgium2016 – 2018
Leif SörnmoDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, Lund University, Sweden2016 – 2018
Magnús Örn ÚlfarssonUniversity of Iceland, Reykavik, Iceland2016 – 2018
Gaetano ValenzaResearch Center “E.Piaggio”, Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy2017 – 2019
Javier VargasMcGill University, Montréal, Canada2016 – 2018