SIPL Annual Event 2020


We are delighted to invite you to the 30th SIPL Annual Event.
SIPL’s Annual Event is a technical symposium focused on signal processing and its applications.

The Signal and Image Processing Lab (SIPL) was established 45 years ago at the Electrical Engineering Faculty of the Technion. It has been since active in research and teaching in a wide range of signal processing topics with many dozens of graduate students over the years and over 50 undergraduate projects each year – many of them in collaboration with industry.
The event highlights SIPL’s activities over the past year with invited talks, presentations, posters, and demos. This year, for the first time, we are excited to announce that SIPL’s Annual Event is reimagined as a virtual symposium, bigger and better than ever.

The symposium will be held on Wednesday, July 1st , 2020.

Preliminary program for the symposium:

14:00-15:30 Live event
14:00

Welcome – Prof. David Malah, Head of SIPL

14:10 

Invited Talk – “TBD” – Ayelet Akselrod-Ballin, Director of AI – Zebra Medical Vision

14:35 Wilk family awards and outstanding supervisor award ceremony
14:45 Review of teaching activity at SIPL – Nimrod Peleg, Chief engineer of SIPL
15:00 Invited Talk – “Machine Learning and Computer Vision Challenges and Opportunities in Computational Behavioral Phenotyping” – Guillermo Sapiro, Distinguished Prof. Duke University
15:30-  
  On-demand content available:
Student presentations:

    Blood Pressure Estimation from PPG Signals (ICASSP 2020)
    Unsupervised Abnormality Detection for Autonomous Systems (IEEE
    Signal Processing Cup 2020 grand prize winner)

Student demos: 
    Alarm Sound Detection Application
    Acoustic-based Proximity Detector for Mobile Phones
    An Automatic TAKI Judge
    Double Date – Pedestrian Traffic Light Detection Application

About 50 students posters

Forum for discussions

More details coming Soon…

The event is virtual this year

(the link will be sent closer to the event date)