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The IEEE Signal Processing Society Needs Your Talent - Become an SPS Volunteer

By: 
Athina Petropulu

The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) is an international organization whose purpose is to advance and disseminate state-of-the-art scientific information and resources, educate the SP community, and provide a venue where people can interact and exchange ideas. To achieve its mission, the SPS relies heavily on volunteers working in the area of SP, governed by collaborative organizational practices in decision making that are transparent and fair. By bringing volunteers together, the SPS catalyzes advances in the field of SP in its pursuit of excellence.

The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) is an international organization whose purpose is to advance and disseminate state-of-the-art scientific information and resources, educate the SP community, and provide a venue where people can interact and exchange ideas. To achieve its mission, the SPS relies heavily on volunteers working in the area of SP, governed by collaborative organizational practices in decision making that are transparent and fair. By bringing volunteers together, the SPS catalyzes advances in the field of SP in its pursuit of excellence.

This article is a call to SPS members to use their talents and ideas for the advancement of SP by becoming SPS volunteers. There are many opportunities, with varying levels of responsibility, for individuals to be involved in this way.

For example, one can be a local SPS activity organizer or Chapter chair, a reviewer of papers submitted to a journal/conference, an associate editor for a journal, a member of a workshop or conference organizing committee, a mentor to students and young professionals, a member of various SPS boards and committees, and more. There are also technical leadership opportunities, such as a role in a technical committee (TC), standards activities, Distinguished Lecturer (DL) and Distinguished Industry Speaker (DIS) positions, and liaisons and representatives who focus on specific areas of study within the SP field. Our Society is international—all of these volunteering activities help build interpersonal and multicultural skills.

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