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Conferences Organizers Newsletter

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Apr 15, 2010

As most of the readers of this newsletter know, the conference board of the IEEE Signal Processing Society oversees all aspects of the conferences the society organizes. The board meets twice a year at ICASSP and ICIP, and conducts its business via e-mails and telephone conferences as necessary in between face-to-face meetings. The most recent conference board meeting was held in Dallas during ICASSP 2010.

Feb 15, 2010

The SPS Board of Governors approved a revision to SPS Policy 7.13 Technical Meeting No-Show. The new policy provides that papers that have been accepted by a SPS conference but are not presented will not to be included in the proceedings published on IEEE Xplore.

Feb 15, 2010

The contract for a professional conference organizer (PCO) or conference management company can be the most important and valuable part of planning for a conference.

Why?

A PCO contract defines the services to be provided, such as accounting, local arrangements, and so on. But more importantly it defines the parameters of the relationship between a Conference Organizing Committee and the PCO. This relationship can make or break a Conference.

Feb 15, 2010

The SPS Board of Governors approved a new policy.

7.16. Logos on Technical Meeting Websites.

Feb 15, 2010

In late 2009 the SPS Executive Committee approved a motion that called for restructuring the registration fee for the conferences owned by the IEEE Signal Processing Society so as to give a significant discount to members of the Society over discounts available to IEEE members who are not Society members.

Feb 15, 2010

Have you ever wondered what promotional support SPS Conference Services offers? Well, wonder no more.

With a little creativity we can employ the IEEE’s many resources to advertise SPS conferences.

Feb 15, 2010

The IEEE Signal Processing Society organizes around twenty conferences, symposia and workshops, and technically co-sponsors another ten or so meetings each year. The success of these events depends integrally on the enthusiasm, talent and efforts of the volunteer organizers like you. Thank you so much for your involvement with organizing Signal Processing Conferences.


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