Local Liaisons

EURASIP’s main goal with the local liaison programme is to coordinate and stimulate local activities. Liaisons are appointed by EURASIP BoD and are chosen to best meet the profile of active people within the Signal Processing community. They are in charge not only of coordinating and stimulating local activities, but also of contributing to promote EURASIP at the national level.

Examples of activities to organize are seminar days and short courses. EURASIP mainly envisages `ambitious' activities, for a fairly large audience (minimum 50) with a formal registration and registration fees. The actual format of these activities is intentionally left largely undefined. A possible format for a seminar day could be to have one main invited speaker, providing one or two lectures, together with a number of (shorter) lectures provided by local speakers. This has proved to be a successful format, but is merely given as an example here. EURASIP will provide funding for such activities, so that the organizers do not incur large financial risk.

Other example of activities is to promote Seasonal Schools or 3MT (three minutes thesis competition) and, not to forget, inviting young collaborators and colleagues to submit their PhD theses.
EURASIP organizes each year a 3MT-Three Minutes Thesis contest. More information are available here.

The list of current Local Liaison Officers is available here.
For more information, and/or if you are interested in applying for this position, please do not hesitate to contact the EURASIP BoD member in charge of promoting membership.

Any comments that you might have about "What do you expect from Eurasip?" are very welcome and can initiate some nice discussions.

Jean-Luc Dugelay 
(Jean-Luc.Dugelay at eurecom.fr)
BoD member in charge of promoting membership

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