Women in Signal Processing Luncheon
The IEEE Signal Processing Society is hosting the Women in Signal Processing (WISP) lunch reception at ICIP.
You are invited to attend the Women in Signal Processing lunch reception whose purpose is to foster support and offer networking opportunities by engaging women across the signal processing profession to exchange ideas and experiences from academia, research and industry in an informal setting. The lunch reception is scheduled for Monday, 28 September 2015, from 12:30 to 14:00 at the Centre des Congrès de Quebec. Hors d'oeuvres will be served.
The WISP Luncheon is hosted by Dr. Rabab Ward, the IEEE Signal Processing Society’s President Elect and features a presentation by Dr. Amy Reibman.
This event has a limited number of seats. Requests will be honored on a first-come first-served basis up to maximum capacity, Reserve your place while registering to the conference.
Rabab WARD Biography
Rabab Kreidieh Ward has around 40 years of experience in academic, education ,research, development and leadership . Her main research interests are in broad areas of signal and image processing and their applications . She has published around 500 publications in refereed journals and conferences and book chapters, and holds six patents. Some of her work has been licensed to US and Canadian industry. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada , the IEEE , the Canadian Academy of Engineers and the Engineering Institute of Canada. Amongst her large number of awards are the UBC Senior Killam Mentoring Award and UBC Killam Research Prize. She has served and provided leadership to IEEE and other professional societies and is presently the President -Elect of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
Amy REIBMAN Biography
Dr. Amy Reibman received her PhD degree in Electrical Engineering at Duke University in 1987. She taught at Princeton University for 3 years, then worked at AT&T for 23 years as a lead member of technical staff. She is currently a Professor at Purdue University. Her research interests include image and video quality estimation, video transport over networks, and video analytics. She was awarded IEEE Fellow in 2005 and served as a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Signal Processing Society in 2009.
||Dr. Rabab WARD
||Dr. Amy REIBMAN
||Monday, September 28, 2015
||12:30 – 14:00
Get-Together Students-Employers Luncheon
The purpose of this lunch event is to provide opportunities for students to find a job or postdoctoral position, for industry employers to meet potential candidates, and for researchers to find postgrad students. The event will also provide networking opportunities and a forum of discussion between participants. Graduate students will be able to interact with senior researchers and to discuss their research and future career in an informal context.
Tables will be set up for companies, organizations or institutions to meet and interact with students. Food and refreshments will be served during the activity. The names of the organizations, institutions and companies attending this event will be publicized on this page.
This event has a limited number of seats. Requests will be honored on a first-come first-served basis up to maximum capacity. Students should reserve their place while registering. Employees and organizations should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
||Room 206B, Québec City Convention Centre
||Tuesday, September 29, 2015
||12:30 – 14:00
CAD 10 before August 1, 2015
CAD 20 after July 31, 2015
Free for employers and researchers.
Reserve your spot by contacting email@example.com