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The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committees that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

Millimeter wave (mmWave) multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems have become very popular for sensing and wireless communications beyond 5G. While the abundant spectrum available at the mmWave frequency bands enables higher cellular data rates and precise positioning, links at mmWave frequencies are very sensitive to blockages and have significantly higher path loss.

The use of wireless frequencies above 100 GHz has attracted considerable interest for both massive bandwidth communication links and very high resolution RADAR and sensing. Systems in these frequencies have unique characteristics in terms of device nonlinearities, MIMO architectures and radio propagation that in turn present significant design challenges.

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committee that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committees that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

The talk conveys a vision of Machine Learning Security based on Information Forensics and Security. In a nutshell, the IFS community protects three cardinal values (confidentiality, integrity, and property) of informative
content, be it a transmitted signal (physical layer), an image (watermarking), or some text (fake news detection), for instance.

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 13 Technical Committees and 2 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

Many problems encountered in sensing and imaging can be formulated as estimating a low-rank object from incomplete, and possibly corrupted, linear measurements; prominent examples include matrix completion and tensor completion. 

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committees that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

The Signal Processing Society (SPS) has 12 Technical Committees that support a broad selection of signal processing-related activities defined by the scope of the Society.

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