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Signal and Data Analytics for Machine Learning

  1. SAT Name:
    Signal and Data Analytics for Machine Learning 

  2. SAT Acronym:

  3. SAT Technical Area:
    This SAT 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 SAT 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.

  4. SAT Chair and Co-Chair:

    Saikat Chatterjee
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology
    Dept of Information Science and Engineering
    OSQULDAS VÄG 10, Stockholm
    Phone: +46 8 790 84 78
    E-mail: sach at

    Suleyman Serdar Kozat
    Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Bilkent University
    Ankara, Turkey 06800
    Phone:+90-312-290 2336
    E-mail: kozat at  

  5. SAT membership:
    Name Affiliation Email End of term
    Constantine Caramanis Univ. of Texas, Austin, US constantine at  Dec. 2018
    Saikat Chatterjee KTH, Stockholm, Sweden sach at  Dec. 2020
    Cédric Févotte CNRS, Nice, France cfevotte at  Dec. 2018
    Mário A. T. Figueiredo Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal mtf at  Dec. 2018
    Pascal Frossard EPFL, Switzerland pascal.frossard at  Dec. 2018
    Suleyman Serdar Kozat Bilkent Univ., Ankara, Turkey kozat at  Dec. 2018
    Jan Larsen DTU, Lyngby, Danmark  jl at  Dec. 2018
    Eric Moreau Univ. of Toulon, France moreau at  Dec. 2018
    Morten Morup DTU, Lyngby, Danmark mmor at  Dec. 2018
    Cédric Richard UNICE, Sophia-Antipolis, France cedric.richard at  Dec. 2018
    Ignacio Santamaria Univ. of Cantabria, Spain nacho at  Dec. 2018
    Nikos Sidiropoulos Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US nikos at  Dec. 2018
    Kostas Slavakis SUNY, Buffalo, US kslavaki at  Dec. 2018
    Paris Smaragdis UIUC, US paris at  Dec. 2018
    Wei Dai Imperial College London, United Kingdom wei.dai1 at  Dec. 2018
    Rémi Gribonval INRIA, France remi.gribonval at  Dec. 2018
    Nelly Pustelnik CNRS, France nelly.pustelnik at  Dec. 2018
    Vince Calhoun University of New Mexico vcalhoun at  Dec. 2018
    Zaid Harchaoui Courant Institute for Mathematical
    Sciences, USA
    zh13 at
    zaid.harchaoui at
     Dec. 2018
    Karin Schnass University of Innsbruck, Austria karin.schnass at  Dec. 2018
    Richard Turner University of Cambridge, UK ret26 at  Dec. 2018
    Thomas Schon Uppsala University, Sweden thomas.schon at  Dec. 2018