10 May 2012

Second Greek Signal Processing Jam on May 17th, 2012 (Auditorium I, AUTH Research Committee)

The European Association for Signal Processing, the IEEE Signal Processing Society, and the Department of Informatics cordially invite you to the Second Greek Signal Processing Jam at the Auditorium I of Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center – ΚΕΔΕΑ ΑΠΘ (September 3rd Ave., University Campus) onThursday May 17th, 2012.

There will be a morning session comprising four lectures, a long Greek get-together lunch break, followed by an afternoon session with another three lectures.  The seminar is organized in memorial of our colleague Nicolas Galatsanos; will honor Professor Michael Strintzis, who has paved the careers of local Signal Processing community members; and it is an integral part of the celebrations for the 20 years of the Department of Informatics. Our goal is to reach out and bring together aspiring, young, and seasoned researchers with an interest in signal processing and its applications from image and music to communications and networking – including social networking! The event is sponsored by the leading Greek company Raycap.

Admission is free to all (notably the EURASIP and the IEEE members)


0800-0820 Registration

0820-0840 Opening
Yannis Manolopoulos, Professor, Department Head
Kostas Berberidis, Professor, IEEE SPS Chapter Chair
Costas Kotropoulos, Associate Professor, EURASIP Local Liaison Officer

0840-0900  Tribute to Nicolas Galatsanos (Dr. Ioannis Chantas)

0900-1000  Aggelos KatsaggelosProfessor and AT&T Chair, Northwestern University, Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (IEEE/ SPIE Fellow, IEEE SPS DL), Sparse and Redundant Representations: Theory and Applications

1000-1100   Ioannis PitasProfessor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Informatics (IEEE Fellow), Semantic 3DTV Content Analysis and Description

1100-1200  Aristidis Likas, Associate Professor and Christoforos NikouAssistant Professor,   University of Ioannina, Department of Computer Science , Mixture Models for Image Analysis

1200-1300 Yonina EldarProfessor, Technion, Electrical Engineering Department (IEEE SPS DL), Defying Nyquist in Analog to Digital Conversion

1300-1420   Lunch break

1420-1440 Awarding Gerasimos StrintzisProfessor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IEEE Fellow)  for his contributions to Signal Processing

1440-1540 Georgios GiannakisProfessor and ADC Chair in Wireless Telecommunications, University of Minnesota, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (IEEE/EURASIP Fellow, IEEE SPS DL), Sparsity Control for Robustness and Social Data Analysis

1540-1600   Coffee break

1600-1700   Nicholas KalouptsidisProfessor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Nonlinear Communications: Achievable Rates, Estimation, and Decoding

1700-1800 Constantine KotropoulosAssociate Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Informatics, Sparse and Low Rank Representations in Music Signal  Analysis

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Details: Second Greek Signal Processing Jam- EURASIP/IEEE Seminar

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