Symposium on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (SASSP 2018). A Free technical talks and presentations of research in the acoustics, speech and signal processing areas. IEEE Signal Processing Society Malaysia Chapter proudly presents the 2018 Distinguished Lecture Program (DLP), Prof Geert Lues from TU Delft.
13th March 2018/UTM JB . Graph Signal Processing: Filters and Spectral Estimation.
14th March 2018/UTM KL. Compressive Ultrasound Imaging
Total Attendees: JB( 52 -IEEE, 77- Non IEEE ) ,KL( 14 -IEEE, 8- Non IEEE )
27 January 2018 – IEEE Signal Processing Society Malaysia won two awards at IEEE Malaysia Section Dinner :
1. Second Price (Category A), IEEE Malaysia Section Website Competition Award 2017.
2. 1st runner up, Outstanding Chapter Award 2017,
12-13 January 2018 – IEEE Signal Processing Malaysia Chapter organised an EduTour (Education and Tour) visit to National Taiwan University of Science Technology (NTSU) and National Taiwan University (NTU). The purpose of the visit is to establish networking and connection with the two universities aiming to build solid programs such as conferences and research collaboration that will benefit both sides. Besides the visit, participants enjoyed brief sightseeing at Taiwan city centre, Taipei and its outskirt.
More photos can be found at IEEE SP Malaysia Chapter facebook.
23 November 2017 – IEEE Signal Processing Society Malaysia Chapter (IEEE SPS MyC) successfully organized a one-day workshop on Optimization using MATLAB. The workshop was presented by retired Prof. Farrukh Nagi from Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN).
10 November 2017 – IEEE SP Malaysia made an industrial visit to Vitrox, Penang, a Malaysian owned company. The purpose of the visit is to learn about their machine vision technology and identify area of collaborations.
Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop (Arduino Simple Programming) at Schools near Parit Raja, Batu Pahat. Johor.
October- November 2017 – The Arduino Simple Programming at school was held at 5 different Schools near Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor. The schools are SK Jelutong, SMK Sri gading, SK Pintas Puding, SK Bukit Kuari and SK Seri Sabak Uni during October- November 2017. The objective of Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop is to give an exposure to the students of primary and secondary schools on engineering and to inspire them to be an engineer. This program has been organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) UTHM Student Branch with cooperation of IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Malaysia Chapter. The program is fully funded by IEEE SPS under the IEEE SPS Member Driven Initiative Fund for the amount of USD 1,400. The fund has been used to buy 30 Arduino Uno kits, purchasing materials, stationery, and refreshments for 30 student participant from each school, 10 postgraduates student form UTHM IEEE student branch and 3 Academic staffs from FKEE, UTHM.
By the end of this workshop, the participants has gain knowledge that will inspire them to try a new things in study and enables this understanding of engineering to come to life through problem solving, designing and building things. Besides, they should be able to create a beginner engineering project by their own using Arduino microcontroller and interested to be an engineer in electrical and electronic. This workshop also encourage them to start thinking about their future path and to be an engineer in school and home. With this workshop, the Malaysian hopes to make up the number of engineers who are now more than 65000 people to 82000 people will succeed.
The event was mainly organised by Dr Norzali from UTHM and Dr Nor’aini Jalil from Wavesmiles. The SP family members, especially the kids had a great fun together in the sport activities organised by d’Nelayan Beach Resort.
The event was concluded by SPS Committee meeting at night which ended at 12 midnight! Play hard and work hard!
This year, once again, we will organize the IEEE SPS Malaysia Chapter family day with the aim of bringing together ourselves along with our families to interact in a fun, exciting, and non-technical way. In short, it is a social gathering where we can get to know one another better.