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Augustiseminar läheneb / August seminar is approaching

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Registreerumine IEEE Eesti sektsiooni augustiseminarile 19-20 august 2014 Leppojal ( on avatud,


Ettepanekud ettekannete osas (pealkiri, soovitav aeg ja kestvus) palun saata minule ( ja/või Vello Kukele (, kes haldab üritusele registreerimise lehte.

Ööbimiskohtade arv majas on piiratud (30) kuid hilised registreerijad saavad alati arvestada telkimisplatsiga.

Augustiseminari kulud IEEE liikmetele kaetakse sektsiooni eelarvest.

Kohtumiseni Leppojal!

Kalle Tammemäe
IEEE Eesti sektsiooni esimees

IEEE Estonia Section August seminar on 19-20 August 2014 in Leppoja ( is open for registration:

There is space for additional presentations in agenda.
Proposals for presentations (title, time and expected duration) please send to me ( or/and to prof. Vello Kukk (, who is administrating event registration page.

If you plan to stay overnight then number of beds in Leppoja is limited (30). Registration speed matters. Fortunately, tenting is also possible.

The expenses of Leppoja seminar (at the spot) for IEEE members will be covered by section budget.

See you in Leppoja!

Kalle Tammemäe
IEEE Estonia Section, Chair

Student Branch of Estonian Section approved!

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

On 28.04.2014 it was announced officially:

“Region 8 approves” the formation of this [Tallinn University of Technology Student Branch in the Estonia Section] Student Branch.

Best regards,

Martin Bastiaans,
IEEE Region 8 Director.”

Petition of forming the Student Branch was signed by at twelve eligible student members, the Counselor, and two endorsers.

The Student Branch Counselor is professor Vello Kukk, TUT.

The First Student Branch Chair is Yar Muhammad, PhD student at TUT (yar.mughal AT

Distinguished lecturer V. John Mathews on May 2-nd 2014 in TUT

Monday, April 7th, 2014

On Friday May 2-nd 2014 14:00 in Tallinn University of Technology, room #: II-102

Equalization and Adaptation of Nonlinear Systems

V John Mathews
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112


This talk provides a tutorial introduction to nonlinear signal processing with emphasis on equalization of nonlinear distortions in practical problems and adaptation of nonlinear system models. In the first part of the talk, we will discuss efficient approaches to inversion and equalization of a broad class of nonlinear systems. We will start by looking at exact inverses of nonlinear systems, but stable implementations of such systems may not exist. We will then describe approximate equalizer architectures that are systolic and operate in a stable manner. Examples of applying the equalizers in audio applications will also be shown. The second part of the talk will overview adaptive algorithms for identifying linear-in-the parameters nonlinear systems. Among the approaches discussed will be a method whose computational complexity involves a single multiplication and two additions per input sample, regardless of the complexity of the model.

Prof. V.John Mathews biography

BEC conference – second CFP

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014


NEW! Deadline extended until May 4.

  • April 20, 2014 – Deadline for submission of regular papers.
  • June 1, 2014 – Notification of acceptance of papers.
  • June 5, 2014 – Deadline for payment of regular conference fee and submission of the paper’s final version.
  • June 15, 2014 – Deadline to submit the final version of the paper.
  • October 6-8, 2014 – Conference dates.

All accepted conference papers will be available and referred in IEEE Xplore database.

IEEE Estonia Section is technical co-sponsor of BEC