APSIPA is an emerging association to promote broad spectrum of research and education activities in signal and information processing. The interest of APSIPA encompasses but not limited signal and information processing, recognition, classification, communication, networking, computing, system design and implementation, security, and technology with applications to scientific, engineering, health, and social areas.

Recent News:

APSIPA Newsletter - Issue 18 [posted on 12 Feb 2019]

Year 2018 Spring APSIPA Industrial Distinguished Leaders [updated on 19 Feb 2019]

  • Jing Xiao, Chief Scientist, PingAn Insurance Group
  • Jianle Chen, VP, America Media Lab of Huawei Technologies
  • Samir N. Hulyalkar, VP, Dolby Labs
  • Jungwon Lee, VP, Samsung SoC Lab
  • Shan Liu, VP and General Manager, Tencent Media Lab

APSIPA ASC 2019 Call for Paper [posted on 26 Nov 2018]

APSIPA Election Result [posted on 12 Nov 2018]

  • C.N. Lee is elected as the VP íV Technical Activities (2019-2020)

APSIPA BoG Members Election Result [posted on 1 Nov 2018]

  • 3-year term (2019-2021, from now to the end of APSIPA ASC 2021):
    • Min Wu,
    • Chung-Hsien Wu,
    • Hiroshi Saruwatari,
    • Kai-Kuang Ma
  • 1-year term (2019):
    • Mingyi He

APSIPA Election Result [posted on 15 Oct 2018]

  • Anthony Kuh is elected as the President-elect (2019-2020)
  • Woon-Seng Gan is elected as the VP – Institutional Relations and Education Program (2019-2020)

APSIPA Sadaoki Furui Prize Paper Award [posted on 15 Oct 2018]

ATSIP has now been accepted for inclusion in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). This is a new database in the Web of Science Core Collection from Thomson Reuters. ESCI complements other Thomson Reuters indexes by providing earlier visibility for sources under evaluation as part of the Science Citation Index (SCI). We are still awaiting an answer on our initial application made to the SCI and we will try to obtain an answer from Thomson Reuters as soon as possible. Just to be clear, inclusion in the ESCI does not mean that the journal is included in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) - the database that leads to a journal being given an impact factor. What it does mean, however, is that the journal is now more discoverable, which will hopefully lead to more citations, thus strengthening our case for inclusion in the SCI and JCR. ATSIP papers published from 2016 onwards will now be included in the ESCI.

More information on the ESCI can be found here: http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/multidisciplinary/esci/


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