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About SigPort

What is SigPort?

Signal Processing Repository (SigPort) is an online repository of manuscripts, reports, technical white papers, theses, and supporting materials. Created and supported by the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS), SigPort collects technical material of interests to the broad signal processing community. It hosts material to help individuals obtain early and broad exposure on their work. Please watch this short introduction video.

To get a quick overview of SigPort's features, you can watch our tutorial video.

The SigPort Advantage

• Verifiable record with time stamp and unique citable URL

• Your Document, Your Rights -- free to publish in conferences and journals

• Citable through citation engines such as Google Scholar

• Visibility to broad, worldwide, community on signal and information processing

• Obtain feedback and promote your work

SigPort is a service of IEEE's oldest and largest worldwide community of Signal Processing professionals -- the IEEE Signal Processing Society.  Connect with other like-minded professionals through SPS and SigPort.

SigPort Editorial Board

Chief editor:

 

Yan Sun
Professor,
University of Rhode Island

 

Editorial Board:

 

Rich Baseil
Executive Director,
IEEE Signal Processing Society

Phil Chou
Principal Researcher,
Microsoft

Mrityunjoy Chakraborty
Professor,
Indian Institute of Technology

Changshui Zhang
Professor,
Tsinghua University

Petros T. Boufounos
Principal Research Staff,
Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs

Yuke Wang
Counsel,
Norton Rose Fulbright

Zoltan Safar
Program Director,
University of Maryland

Yong Ren
Professor,
Tsinghua University

 

Alumni & Friends of the SigPort Team

Building on the effort of many volunteers ... our sincere thanks!

Past Editorial Board Members: 

 

Min Wu
Founding Chief Editor

Haizhou Li
Founding Editor

Carlo Regazzoni
Founding Editor

 

As the IEEE's first society, the Signal Processing Society is the world’s premier professional society for signal processing scientist and professionals since 1948. Signal processing is the enabling technology for the generation, transformation, and interpretation of information. SPS serves its members through high quality publications, conference, technical and educational activities, and leadership opportunities. Its goal is to keep members abreast of the latest information and to serve the public at large. Learn More.