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EUSIPCO 3MT 2016 in Budapest

Provision’s Fellow, Karam Naser, was selected as the winner for a 3 Minutes Thesis (3MT) contest. The competition among the 4 finalists took place on 31st of August 2016 at the EUSIPCO 2016 conference in Budapest.

 

PhD in 3 minutes is a feature of the European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO).  The Technical Program Committee of EUSIPCO 2016 has offered a 3 Minutes Thesis (3MT) contest, where PhD students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance. After the short presentations the audience were asked to vote for the best, and their votes are averaged with the jury's opinion. After collecting the votes, Karam Naser was identified as the winner of this contest.

 You can watch his 3MT video here

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  Newsletter – Vol. 26, January 2015
 
 
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President's Message

This is the first EURASIP Newsletter of 2015. In the last issue of 2014, I welcomed all EUSIPCO-2014 participants and attendees of our 2014 EURASIP Seasonal Schools as 2015 members of the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP). In the past, we were collecting new membership almost only through EUSIPCO attendance. Today, you can also become a member by attending one of the EURASIP Seasonal Schools. We launched a program of Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing last year with the goal of providing graduate students, Ph.D. students, and early stage researchers with a background in signal processing and its applications. We hope in this way to bring our association's activities and initiatives to a bigger audience and so to increase our visibility, especially amongst young researchers and Ph.D. students. In 2014, we had two successful Schools, one in Pisa (Italy) on “Radar Signal Processing”, and one in Aalborg (Denmark), on “Advanced Psychoacoustics: Theory, Practice and Modelling". The next one will be held at CTTC in Barcelona (Spain) in June 2015 and it is devoted to “Foundations and Advances in Stochastic Filtering” (contact the organizer, Dr. Pau Closas, for more information). If you are interested in organizing a EURASIP Seasonal School, please submit your proposal white paper, following the guidelines reported in the Seasonal Schools webpage (www.eurasip.org).

This year, we are starting a new two-year term of the elected EURASIP Board of Directors (BoD). After two years of presidency, I have been re-elected EURASIP President. I thanks the BoD members for giving me the opportunity to continue my work as President, counting on the help of the Past-President, Marc Moonen, and of the new EURASIP Board of Directors. Following the voting for the renewal of the BoD (announced in the Sept—Oct. 2014 issue of the Newsletter), we decided for a rotation on the charges, together with the creation of the new position of External Relations chair. I would like to express here my heartfelt thanks to the BoD members currently retiring from the Board, Maria Paula Queluz and Aggelos Pikrakis. They will continue to support and advise the Association as newly elected “Working Members”. In the new Board of Directors, the newly elected members, Fernando Pereira (Portugal) and Alle-Jan van der Veen (The Netherlands), will be in charge of the External Relations and Publications, respectively. Ana Perez-Neira will be our new Awards chair, Jean-Luc Dugelay the Membership Development chair, Patrick Naylor the Workshops/Conferences chair, and Abdelhak Zoubir our Secretary/Treasurer. In addition to that, Aggelos generously accepted the role of EURASIP officer with the task of Web Services Coordinator.

In concluding, let me remind to put an eye on the deadlines for the next EUSIPCO that will be held in Nice (France), the capital of the Côte d'Azur. EUSIPCO 2015 is organized under the General Chairmanship of Prof. Jean-Luc Dugelay and Prof. Dirk Slock (EURECOM) and it promises to be a memorable event. The Call for Papers and more detailed information are available at www.eusipco2015.org.

Looking forward to seeing all of you at EUSIPCO 2015!

contributed by Fulvio Gini, EURASIP President

 

 

Newsletter – Vol. 26, January 2015
TABLE OF CONTENTS
President's Message
EURASIP Special Area Teams (SATs)
Call for new Local Liaisons
EURASIP Seasonal School
Calendar of Events
EURASIP Seminars
Open Special Issues
Recent Ph.D. Theses
Job Posts
   
If this newsletter is not displaying properly, please view the online version
President's Message
This is the first EURASIP Newsletter of 2015. In the last issue of 2014, I welcomed all EUSIPCO-2014 participants and attendees of our 2014 EURASIP Seasonal Schools as 2015 members of the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP). In the past, we were collecting new membership almost only through EUSIPCO attendance. Today, you can also become a member by attending one of the EURASIP Seasonal Schools. We launched a program of Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing last year with the goal of providing graduate students, Ph.D. students, and early stage researchers with a background in signal processing and its applications. We hope in this way to bring our association's activities and initiatives to a bigger audience and so to increase our visibility, especially amongst young researchers and Ph.D. students. In 2014, we had two successful Schools, one in Pisa (Italy) on “Radar Signal Processing”, and one in Aalborg (Denmark), on “Advanced Psychoacoustics: Theory, Practice and Modelling". The next one will be held at CTTC in Barcelona (Spain) in June 2015 and it is devoted to “Foundations and Advances in Stochastic Filtering” (contact the organizer, Dr. Pau Closas, for more information). If you are interested in organizing a EURASIP Seasonal School, please submit your proposal white paper, following the guidelines reported in the Seasonal Schools webpage (www.eurasip.org).

This year, we are starting a new two-year term of the elected EURASIP Board of Directors (BoD). After two years of presidency, I have been re-elected EURASIP President. I thanks the BoD members for giving me the opportunity to continue my work as President, counting on the help of the Past-President, Marc Moonen, and of the new EURASIP Board of Directors. Following the voting for the renewal of the BoD (announced in the Sept—Oct. 2014 issue of the Newsletter), we decided for a rotation on the charges, together with the creation of the new position of External Relations chair. I would like to express here my heartfelt thanks to the BoD members currently retiring from the Board, Maria Paula Queluz and Aggelos Pikrakis. They will continue to support and advise the Association as newly elected “Working Members”. In the new Board of Directors, the newly elected members, Fernando Pereira (Portugal) and Alle-Jan van der Veen (The Netherlands), will be in charge of the External Relations and Publications, respectively. Ana Perez-Neira will be our new Awards chair, Jean-Luc Dugelay the Membership Development chair, Patrick Naylor the Workshops/Conferences chair, and Abdelhak Zoubir our Secretary/Treasurer. In addition to that, Aggelos generously accepted the role of EURASIP officer with the task of Web Services Coordinator.

In concluding, let me remind to put an eye on the deadlines for the next EUSIPCO that will be held in Nice (France), the capital of the Côte d'Azur. EUSIPCO 2015 is organized under the General Chairmanship of Prof. Jean-Luc Dugelay and Prof. Dirk Slock (EURECOM) and it promises to be a memorable event. The Call for Papers and more detailed information are available at www.eusipco2015.org.

Looking forward to seeing all of you at EUSIPCO 2015!
contributed by Fulvio Gini, EURASIP President back to top
EURASIP Special Area Teams (SATs)
Dear EURASIP Members,

I am writing you to announce the launching of the EURASIP Special Area Teams (SATs) which gather groups of experts interested in a specific field and have the main objective to facilitate the interaction and communication of EURASIP associates in a specific scientific area, notably by sharing knowledge and visions, discuss trends, spreading information about innovations, create ties, facilitating collaboration beyond EURASIP, organize meetings and events, etc. The SATs should allow creating tighter ties between EURASIP members working in a specific area. It is expected that these objectives may allow EURASIP associates to feel that SATs bring added value and thus make EURASIP associates willing to propose SATs and be SAT members.

SATs are established by the EURASIP Board of Directors following a proposal by at least ten EURASIP associates. The proposal should define the special area to address, detail the motivation why it is of benefit to establish a SAT in that specific scientific area, present a specific plan of activities and propose a (partial or complete) list of SAT founding members as well as the Chair and Vice-Chair. SAT proposals may be made at any time to the EURASIP President.

The full definition framework for the SATs is available at the EURASIP Web page, notably at http://www.eurasip.org/Proceedings/SAT.pdf

At this stage, all EURASIP members who feel that SATs may help them to connect better with their colleagues and reach the objectives listed above are welcome to submit their SAT proposals to the the EURASIP External Relations chair, Prof. Fernando Pereira (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

I hope that you may find this new EURASIP instrument useful and I look forward receiving your SAT proposals.
contributed by Fernando Pereira, EURASIP External Relations Chair back to top
Call for new Local Liaisons
EURASIP is now on the point of renewing the Local Liaison (LL) Board and this message is to invite you to apply to become a LL officer. Among other benefits, EURASIP offers a scientific forum that any member can use to promote different kind of initiatives and LL’s are those who volunteer to propose which kind of initiatives are interesting to be organized. At www.eurasip.org you can find, for instance, the seminar series by outstanding speakers that has been organized by the actual LL’s. In general, 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.

Aside from seminars given by outstanding speakers, among the activities that EURASIP can technically and economically support you can think of:

- Winter or Summer schools;
- PhD Forums or workshops organized by/for PhD students, which promote the transversal competences that are requested in the European Space for Higher Education;
- 3 Minutes Thesis competitions;
- Etc.

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.

Liaisons are appointed by EURASIP Board of Directors (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, increasing the response to problems and inviting young collaborators and colleagues to submit their PhD theses. At every EUSIPCO there is a Local Liaison meeting, where we all put in common our ideas.

To apply for LL officer you can contact me or any other BoD member, young collaborators are very welcome. For more information about the Local Liaison Program, how to enrol and to find out who your liaison is in your country, we encourage you to contact me or to visit www.eurasip.org. There you can also find different "Forms of Interest" that clarify the existing procedures.

Also, any comments that you might have about "What do you expect from EURASIP?" are very welcome and can initiate some nice discussions.

Ana I. Pérez-Neira
(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
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EURASIP Seasonal School Foundations and Advances in Stochastic Filtering
The third EURASIP Seasonal School will be held 22—26 June 2015 in Barcelona (Spain) and will focus on “Foundations and Advances in Stochastic Filtering” (FASF2015). It will cover the theoretical foundations and tackle both methodological advances and state-of-the-art applications of stochastic filtering. The programme is arranged around five one-day tutorials delivered by internationally renowned researchers. The School aims at providing Ph.D. students, postdoctoral researchers and young scientists the opportunity to meet some of the leading experts in the field and to learn from them.

More information can be found in the flyer of the PhD school.
contributed by Ana I. Pérez-Neira back to top
Calendar of EURASIP Co-Sponsored Events
Event organizers who wish to apply for EURASIP co-sponsorship should send an e-mail to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., containing the following information: (1) Name of the conference/workshop, (2) Place and dates, (3) Previous editions of the conference/workshop, (4) Previous co-sponsorship, (5) Expected number of attendees, (6) Names of plenary speakers, (7) A rationale as to why EURASIP should sponsor the conference/workshop.
Reports of past EURASIP co-sponsored events can be found on the 'Past Conferences' webpage.
Name & Link Date Location
PECCS 2015, 5th International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems Feb. 11-13, 2015 Angers, France
IWBF 2015, 3rd International Workshop on Biometrics and Forensics March 3-4, 2015 Gjøvik, Norway
CoSeRa 2015, 3rd International Workshop on Compressed Sensing Theory and its Applications to Radar, Sonar and Remote Sensing
(Paper submission deadline: Feb. 2, 2015)
June 22-24, 2015 Pisa, Italy
EUSIPCO 2015, 23rd European Signal Processing Conference
(Paper submission deadline: Feb. 13, 2015)
Aug. 31 - Sep. 4, 2015 Nice, France
RFID 2015, 5th International EURASIP Workshop on RFID Technology
(Paper submission deadline: May 29, 2015)
Oct. 22-23, 2015 Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany
contributed by Patrick Naylor, EURASIP Workshops/Conferences Chair back to top
Open Special Issues of EURASIP Journals
   
Signal Processing Deadline
Big Data Meets Multimedia Analytics May 1, 2015
Signal Processing: Image Communication Deadline
Aesthetically-Aware Image and Video Analysis Feb. 1, 2015
   
Speech Communication Deadline
Phase-Aware Signal Processing in Speech Communication May 15, 2015
   
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing Deadline
'Silencing the Echoes' - Processing of Reverberant Speech Feb. 1, 2015
Network Coding May 31, 2015
Recent Advances in Massive MIMO Systems May 31, 2015
Signal Processing for Big Data June 1, 2015
 
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking Deadline
Mobile Multimedia Cloud Computing Feb. 27, 2015
 
EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Deadline
Bayesian Methods for Computational Systems Biology Feb. 15, 2015
       
EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing Deadline
Large Scale Learning for Media Understanding Jan. 31, 2015
High Dynamic Range Imaging: Providing a Step Change in Imaging Technology Mar. 31, 2015
Computer Vision in Road Safety and Intelligent Traffic Apr. 30, 2015
    
EURASIP Journal on Information Security Deadline
Revised Selected Papers of ACM IH and MMS 2014 Feb. 6, 2015
Challenges for Multimedia Content Security in Social Networks Feb. 15, 2015
contributed by Alexander Bertrand, EURASIP Newsletter Editor back to top
Recently submitted Ph.D. Theses in EURASIP Library
Author Title & Link University Supervisors Publication Year
Maggioni, Matteo Adaptive Nonlocal Signal Restoration and Enhancement Techniques for High-Dimensional Data Tampere University of Technology Alessandro Foi 2015
Jamali-Rad, Hadi Sparsity-Aware Wireless Networks: Localization and Sensor Selection TU Delft Geert Leus 2014
Astrinaki, Maria Performative Statistical Parametric Speech Synthesis Applied To Interactive Designs University of Mons Thierry Dutoit, Nicolas d'Alessandro 2014
Micha Baum Improving Speech Recognition for Pluricentric Languages exemplified on Varieties of German TU Graz Gernot Kubin, Zdravko Kacic, Rudolf Muhr 2003
Correia, Pedro Daniel Frazão Multiple Description Coding for Path Diversity Video Streaming University of Coimbra Vitor Manuel Mendes da Silva, Pedro A. Amado Assuncao 2013
contributed by Aggelos Pikrakis, EURASIP Web Services Coordinator back to top
Job Posts
EURASIP encourages employers to post open research positions in Signal Processing on the EURASIP Job Site.
Open positions will be continuously accessible online and will be advertised monthly in the EURASIP Newsletter.
Open Positions Institution Location Closing Date
Associate Professor in Signal Processing Uppsala University Uppsala, Sweden March 20, 2015
3-year Postdoctoral Fellowship Signal Processing Techniques for 5G Wireless Communications Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and TU Ilmenau Rio de Janeiro - State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Feb. 1, 2015
Pre-doctoral openings in Signal Processing, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Madrid, Spain Jan. 31, 2015
Thèse video protection par modèle de saillance Université De Mons / Université D'Ottawa Mons, Belgium Jan. 30, 2015
contributed by Aggelos Pikrakis, EURASIP Web Services Coordinator back to top
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Acoustic, Speech and Music Signal Processing

      1. SAT Name:
        Acoustic, Speech and Music Signal Processing

      2. SAT Acronym:
        ASMSP

      3. SAT Technical Area:
        The ASMSP SAT focuses on a wide range of audio and acoustic signal processing topic, including microphone and loudspeaker array processing; spatial audio capturing, processing and rendering; audio and speech enhancement and restoration; system identification and dereverberation; adaptive audio processing; speech perception, analysis, and synthesis; sound and music modeling, processing and coding; music signal analysis, processing and synthesis; music information extraction and retrieval; auditory modeling and hearing aids; quality and intelligibility measures; parallel processing and algorithm development for audio and acoustic applications; audio and acoustic signal descriptors and informatics.

      4. SAT Chair and Co-Chair:

        Chair
        Augusto Sarti
        Dip. di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria
        Politecnico di Milano
        Piazza L. Da Vinci 32
        20131 Milano, Italy
        augusto.sarti at polimi.it
        Phone +39-02-2399 3444
        Fax +39-02-2399 3413

        Vice-Chair:
        Emanuël Habets
        International Audio Laboratories Erlangen
        Fraunhofer IIS, Audio & Multimedia Erlangen
        Am Wolfsmantel 33, 91058 Erlangen, Germany
        Phone: +49 9131 85 20503
        Fax: +49 9131 85 20524
        emanuel.habets at audiolabs-erlangen.de


      5. SAT membership:
        Name Affiliation Email End of term
        Jens Ahrens Chalmers University of Technology, Sweeden  jens.ahrens at chalmers.se  Dec. 2020
        Fabio Antonacci Politecnico di Milano, Italy fabio.antonacci at polimi.it  Dec. 2018
        Mads Christensen Aalborg University, Danmark mgc at create.aau.dk  Dec. 2018
        Simon Doclo University of Oldenburg, Germany simon.doclo at uni-oldenburg.de  Dec. 2018
        Filippo Fazi Univ. of Southampton, UK  Gael.Richard at telecom-paristech.fr  Dec. 2018
        Sharon Gannot Bar-Ilan University , Israel gannotsh at gmail.com  Dec. 2018
        Alberto Gonzalez  Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain agonzal at dcom.upv.es  Dec. 2018
        Emanuel Habets Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany emanuel.habets at audiolabs-erlangen.de  Dec. 2020
        Peter Jax   RWTH Aachen University, Germany  jax at ind.rwth-aachen.de  Dec. 2018
        Walter Kellermann Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany walter.kellermann at fau.de  Dec. 2018
        Ina Kodrasi Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany  ina.kodrasi at uni-oldenburg.de   Dec. 2020
        Heinrich Loellmann FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany Heinrich.Loellmann at FAU.de  Dec. 2020
        Shmulik Markovich-Golan Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Shmulik.markovich at gmail.com  Dec. 2020
        Rainer Martin Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Rainer.Martin at rub.de  Dec. 2018
        Alastair H. Moore Imperial College, UK alastair.h.moore at imperial.ac.uk  Dec. 2020
        Patrick Naylor Imperial College, UK p.naylor at imperial.ac.uk  Dec. 2018
        Hélène Papadopoulos University Paris-Sud, France helene.papadopoulos at lss.supelec.fr  Dec. 2018
        Julian Parker  Native Instruments, DE julian.parker at native-instruments.de  Dec. 2020
        Mark Plumbley University Paris-Sud, France m.plumbley at surrey.ac.uk  Dec. 2018
        Gael Richard TELECOM ParisTech, France Gael.Richard at telecom-paristech.fr  Dec. 2018
        Mark Sandler Queen Mary Univ. of London, UK mark.sandler at qmul.ac.uk  Dec. 2018
        Augusto Sarti Politecnico di Milano, Italy augusto.sarti at polimi.it  Dec. 2020
        Gerald Schuller Ilmenau University, Germany shl at idmt.fraunhofer.de  Dec. 2018
        Sascha Spors University of Rostock, Germany sascha.spors at uni-rostock.de  Dec. 2018
        Vesa Valimaki AALTO University, Finland vesa.valimaki at aalto.fi  Dec. 2018
               
      6. Former Members
        Name Affiliation Email Term
        Stefan Bilbao University of Edinburgh, UK s.bilbao at ed.ac.uk 2016-2017
        John Mourjopoulos University of Patras, Greece mourjop at upatras.gr 2016-2017
        Rudolf Rabenstein Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany rudolf.rabenstein at fau.de 2016-2017
        Xavier Serra Pompeu Fabra University, Spain xavier.serra at upf.edu 2016-2017
        Jean-Marc Jot Magic Leap, CA, USA jmmjot at gmail.com  2016
        Lauri Savioja AALTO, Finland lauri.savioja at aalto.fi 2016
               

SAT Definition

EURASIP Special Area Teams (SATs) Framework

EURASIP Board of Directors, September 2015



  1. Objectives
    The main objective of the Special Area Teams (SATs) is to facilitate the interaction and communication of EURASIP members in a specific scientific area, notably by:
    • Sharing knowledge and visions
    • Discuss trends
    • Spreading information about innovations
    • Creating ties
    • Facilitating collaboration beyond EURASIP
    • Organizing meetings and events

  2. Establishment
    SATs are established by the EURASIP Board of Directors following a proposal to the EURASIP President by at least 15 EURASIP members. The proposal should define/include:
    • The special area to be addressed
    • The motivation and an indication of why it is of benefit to establish a SAT in that specific scientific area
    • A specific plan of activities
    • A list of SAT founding members
    • Proposed Chair and Vice-Chair
    The EURASIP Board of Directors may accept or reject the proposal, or may also mandate changes, notably to have a balanced SAT membership with the established minimum number of members. While proposals may be made at any time, the establishment of new SATs will be announced every year at EUSIPCO.

  3. Size
    To be efficient and relevant, SATs must have a maximum size of 25 members and a minimum size of 15 members. Renewal of the SAT membership should be planned in a way that these size limits are not violated.

  4. Review
    To assure that SATs remain relevant and useful, they will be reviewed at least every 3 years. Additional reviews may be defined at the discretion of the EURASIP Board of Directors. The review will be conducted by a review committee created under the auspices of the EURASIP Board of Directors with at least three EURASIP members; non-EURASIP members may be invited to serve on this committee if considered appropriate. Following a negative review, the EURASIP Board of Directors may take actions to improve the situation.

  5. Closing
    Following a negative review, SATs may be closed by the EURASIP Board of Directors. Otherwise, a recovery plan should be established, eventually including SAT leadership elections.

  6. Governance
    SATs shall have a Chair and a Vice-Chair, who is a substitute for the Chair when needed. The terms of the Chair and Vice-Chair are 3 years and can only the renewed once. The Chair and Vice-Chair (who should be already SAT members at the time of election) are elected by the SAT members by a secret ballot. To improve the SAT ‘memory’, the past Chair and Vice-Chair should automatically become SAT members after the end of their terms for a 3 year term.

  7. Membership
    SAT members are elected by the current SAT members after proposal by a current SAT member. It is suggested that an appropriate percentage of the SAT membership is renewed every year in a sliding way. The term of the SAT members is 3 years and can only be renewed once; retiring SAT members cannot be candidates again before resting for a minimum of 1 year. The SAT founding membership, as well as the founding Chair and Vice-Chair, are defined by the EURASIP Board of Directors when establishing the SAT, following the proposal received.

  8. Meetings
    The SAT Chair will organize meetings, which can be online or face to face. SATs are expected to meet at EUSIPCO under the logistic constraints allowed by the conference organizers.
    SAT members are expected to participate in person at the yearly EUSIPCO SAT meeting at least every other year.

  9. Reporting
    Every year before end of March, the SAT should submit to the EURASIP Board of Directors a report of the previous year’s activities, events and achievements.

  10. SAT Coordination and Communication
    To assure the coordination and communication between the SATs, a SAT Coordination and Communication (SAT-CC) group is created, the members of which are the SAT Chairs. The SAT-CC group is chaired by the EURASIP External Relations Director.

  11. Advertizing
    The SATs will be advertized at the EURASIP Web Page, notably the SAT areas, activities and membership.

Biometrics, Data Forensics, and Security

  1. SAT Name:
    Biometrics, Data Forensics, and Security 

  2. SAT Acronym:
    BForSec

  3. SAT Technical Area:
    The BForSec SAT focuses on multimedia security, data forensics, hashing, watermarking, covert communications (steganography and steganalysis), applied cryptography, biometric recognition, biometric forensics, video surveillance, physical layer security, network security, hardware security, data privacy with its different declinations in the field of biometrics, social networks, cloud, and big data, de-identification methodologies.

  4. SAT Chair and Co-Chair:

    Chair
    Paulo Lobato Correia
    Instituto de Telecomunicações
    Instituto Superior Técnico
    Torre Norte, 10-15
    049-001 Lisboa, Portugal
    email: paulo.correia at lx.it.pt
    URL: https://www.it.pt/Members/Index/390

    Vice-Chair:
    Andreas Uhl
    Department of Computer Sciences
    Universität Salzburg
    Jakob-Haringerstr. 2
    A-5020 Salzburg, Austria
    Tel: +43 (0)662 8044 6303
    uhl at cosy.sbg.ac.at


  5. SAT membership:

    Name Affiliation Email End of term
    Giulia Boato University of Trento, Italy giulia.boato at unitn.it  Dec. 2020
    Patrizio Campisi Universita' degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy patrizio.campisi at uniroma3.it  Dec. 2020
    Luca Caviglione National Research Council of Italy luca.caviglione at ge.issia.cnr.it  Dec. 2020
    Paulo Lobato Correia Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal paulo.correia at lx.it.pt  Dec. 2020
    Zekeriya Erkin TU Delf, Netherlands z.erkin at tudelft.nl  Dec. 2018
    Anthony Ho University of Surrey, UK  a.ho at surrey.ac.uk  Dec. 2018
    Tanya Ignatenko GN Hearing A/S t.ignatenko at IEEE.ORG  Dec. 2018
    Jörg Keller FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany joerg.keller at fernuni-hagen.de  Dec. 2020
    Emanuele Maiorana Universita' degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy emanuele.maiorana at uniroma3.it  Dec. 2018
    Wojciech Mazurczyk Warsaw University of Technology, Poland wmazurcz at elka.pw.edu.pl  Dec. 2018
    Kamal Nasrollahi Aalborg University, Denmark kn at create.aau.dk  Dec. 2020
    Fernando Pérez-González Universidade de Vigo, Spain fperez at gps.uvigo.es  Dec. 2018
    Alessandro Piva University of Florence, Italy alessandro.piva at unifi.it  Dec. 2018
    Vitomir Štruc Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia vitomir.struc at fe.uni-lj.si  Dec. 2020
    Husrev Taha Sencar TOBB University, Turkey htsencar at etu.edu.tr  Dec. 2018
    Andreas Uhl Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria Andreas.Uhl at sbg.ac.at  Dec. 2020
    Sviatoslav (Slava) Voloshynovskiy University of Geneva, Switzerland svolos at unige.ch  Dec. 2018
    Steffen Wendzel Worms University of Applied Sciences & Fraunhofer FKIE, Bonn, Germany wendzel at hs-worms.de  Dec. 2020
           
  6. Former Members
    Name Affiliation Email Term
    Thomas Gross University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK  thomas.gross at ncl.ac.uk  2016-2017
    Patrick Bas  Ecole Centrale de Lille, France patrick.bas at ec-lille.fr  2016-2017