Warsztaty naukowe – 16.09.2019

Szanowni Państwo, W imieniu organizatorów IEEE Signal Processing Symposium oraz własnym serdecznie zapraszam do udziału w wydarzeniach towarzyszących konferencji IEEE Signal Processing Symposium. Warsztaty są ogólnodostępne (tj. wstęp nie jest związany z uczestnictwem w konferencji) i bezpłatne – wierzymy, że zainteresują szerokie grono uczestników – naukowców, praktyków a także zaciekawionych amatorów. Odbędą się one w… Read more

Seminarium naukowe – 29.05.2019 o godz. 12.15

Szanowni Państwo, we środę 29 maja 2019 roku, o godz. 12.15, w sali nr 229, na wydziale Elektroniki i Technik Informacyjnych Politechniki Warszawskiej (ul. Nowowiejska 15/19)  odbędzie się seminarium ZTOiS, na którym — mgr inż. Renata Plucińska — wygłosi referat pod tytułem: “Sygnał elektroencefalograficzny (EEG): pochodzenie, przetwarzanie i analiza” Wszystkich zainteresowanych serdecznie zapraszamy.

Seminarium Naukowe 03.04.2019 godz. 12.15

Zapraszamy wszystkich do udziału w seminarium naukowym  pod tytułem: “Historia radiolokacji w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej”, które odbędzie się 03.04.2019 o godz. 12.15 na wydziale Elektroniki i Technik Informacyjnych w sali 229. Referat wygłosi Pan dr hab. inż. Piotr Samczyński, prof. PW. Serdecznie zapraszamy do udziału!    

Chapter Certification from IEEE Signal Processing Society

We have a pleassure to announce that our Chapter has been positvely recognized and received 2018 Chapter Certification from IEEE Signal Processing Society for its recent work. The Poland SP Chapter team consist of: Prof. Piotr Samczyński – Chair Prof. Piotr Augustyniak – Vice Chair Dr Bogusław Szlachetko – Secretary Dr Łukasz Małkiewicz – Treassurer… Read more

Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing Summer 2019 proposals being accepted now!

Are you looking to energize signal processing students, early stage researchers, and industry practitioners in your area? Consider hosting a Seasonal School for young engineers near you! Seasonal Schools are interactive events designed to provide attendees with specialized background in select signal processing topics. Professors and established practitioners work closely with attendees in hands-on tutorials… Read more

Invitation to the seminar “Exploring the dynamic universe with radio astronomy – Beamforming, Transients, SETI, and the Allen Telescope Array”

We invite all researchers to join us for the next seminar “Exploring the dynamic universe with radio astronomy – Beamforming, Transients, SETI, and the Allen Telescope Array” under the auspices Poland Chapter of IEEE Signal Processing. The seminar will take place on the 26th of the October, at Warsaw University of Technology. More information you… Read more

Special Issue on Index Modulation for Future Wireless Networks: A Signal Processing Perspective

Unprecedented levels of spectral and energy efficiency are expected from next-generation wireless networks to achieve ubiquitous communications between anybody, anything, and anytime. In order to reach the challenging objectives of next-generation wireless networks, the researchers have envisioned novel physical layer (PHY) concepts such as massive multiple-input multipleoutput (MIMO) systems and non-orthogonal multi-carrier communications. However, wireless… Read more

Signal Processing Symposium 2019 – SPSympo 2019

Welcome Message from the Chairman of SPSympo-2019 The main goal of that symposium is to provide a forum for students, researchers and scientists to present their latest findings, new trends in science and technology, and to exchange ideas during technical and evening sessions. This year we turn our attention particularly to the space technologies as a domain of the… Read more

Call for Special Sessions: 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging

We are seeking proposals for special sessions at the 2019 International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), which will be held in Venice, Italy, April 8–11, 2019. Special sessions concentrate on critical and emerging topics in biomedical imaging. We are particularly interested in topics that either: 1. Give an overview on a focused topic of current interest… Read more