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The EURASIP Board of Directors (BoD) is pleased to announce the launch of the Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing Program of EURASIP. EURASIP seasonal schools are typically summer schools with the goal of providing graduate students, Ph.D. students, and early stage researchers with background on selected topics in signal processing and its applications. The primary objective for creating a seasonal school program is membership development for young researchers with interests in signal processing and its applications.
The Call for 2016 Seasonal School Proposals is already OPEN.
The EURASIP BoD welcomes proposals from prospective organizers of 2016 seasonal schools.
Proposers should submit their proposal white papers, following the guidelines summarized in the attached document: at least 4 months before the event. 2016 Summer schools should be planned in the period June 1st 2016 to September 30th 2016. 2016 Winter schools should be planned in the periods January 1st 2016 to February 28th 2016 or December 1st 2016 to December 31st 2016.
Proposals should be submitted in PDF format by email to the Membership Development Chair, Prof. Jean-Luc Dugelay, at jean-luc.dugelay (at) eurecom (dot) fr by completing the form downloadable here. Any questions should be directed to the same address. An example of Seasonal School proposal can be found here.
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