Theoretical and Methodological Trends in Signal Processing

  1. SAT Name:
    Theoretical and Methodological Trends in Signal Processing

  2. SAT Acronym:
    TMTSP

  3. SAT Technical Area:
    The TMTSP SAT promote activities within the technical areas of theory and methods in signal processing. The scope will have a broad span ranging from filtering and adaptive signal processing to statistical signal analysis, estimation and detection:
    • Statistical Signal Processing: detection, estimation, classification, spectrum estimation, performance analysis and bounds, Bayesian, robust, non-parametric and data driven methods, etc.
    • Adaptive Signal Processing: adaptive filter analysis and design, frequency-domain and transform-based adaptive filtering, distributed and collaborative learning algorithms.
    • Sparse Processing: sparse/low-dimensional parameter estimation and signal recovery, structured low-dimensional models, dictionary, subspace and manifold learning, sampling and reconstruction.
    • Nonlinear Systems and Signal Processing: non-Gaussian distribution filters, polynomial and kernel methods for signal processing, chaotic and fractal signals and systems.
    • Signals and Systems Modeling and Estimation: system identification and approximation, multidimensional systems, non-stationary signals and time-varying systems, time-frequency and time-scale analysis.
    • Signal Processing for Graphs and Networks: statistical approaches (RMT), graph representation and analysis, wavelets, distributed processing and optimization.
    • Convex and non-convex optimization methods and Digital Signal Processing.


  4. SAT Chair and Co-Chair:

    Chair
    Prof. Mc Laughlin Stephen,
    Head of EPS,
    Heriot Watt University,
    Edinburgh, UK
    S.McLaughlin at hw.ac.uk


  5. SAT membership:

    Patrice Abry
    CNRS, ENS Lyon, France
    patrice.abry at ens-lyon.fr
    Kostas Berberidis
    University of Patras, Patras, Greece
    berberid at ceid.upatras.gr
    José Bioucas Dias
    Institute of Telecommunications, Portugal
    bioucas at lx.it.pt
    Pascal Bondon
    CNRS, France
    bondon at lss.supelec.fr
    Monica Bugallo
    Stony Brook University, US
    monica.bugallo at stonybrook.edu
    Antonio de Maio
    University of Naples, Italy
    ademaio at unina.it
    Mohammed Nabil El Korso
    Paris-Ouest University, France
    m.elkorso at u-paris10.fr
    Stefano Marano
    University of Salerno, Italy
    marano at unisa.it
    Stephen MClaughlin
    Heriot Watt University, UK
    S.McLaughlin at hw.ac.uk
    Xavier Mestre
    CTTC, Sapin
    xavier.mestre at cttc.cat
    Esa Ollila
    Aalto University, Finland
    esa.ollila at aalto.fi
    Björn Ottersten
    KTH, Sweden
    ottersteat kth.se
    Jean-Philippe Ovarlez
    SONDRA/ONERA, France
    ovarlez at onera.fr
    Frederic Pascal
    CentraleSupelec, France
    frederic.pascal at centralesupelec.fr
    Marcelo Pereyra
    University of Bristol, UK
    Marcelo.Pereyra at bristol.ac.uk
    Cedric Richard
    University of Nice, France
    cedric.richard at unice.fr
    Jean-Yves Tourneret
    University of Toulouse, IRIT-ENSEEIHT-TeSA, France
    jean-yves.tourneret at enseeiht.fr
    Ami Wiesel
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    amiw at cs.huji.ac.il
    Abdelhak Zoubir
    Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
    zoubir at spg.tu-darmstadt.de