The Future of Signal Processing Symposium
“There will always be signals, they will always need processing, and there will always be new applications, new mathematics and new implementation technologies.”
– MIT Professor Alan V. Oppenheim

Monday, October 23, 2017

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.


MIT Samberg Conference Center
50 Memorial Drive, 7th Floor
Cambridge, MA  02142

We are happy to announce the upcoming Future of Signal Processing Symposium, held in honor of the 80th birthday of MIT Professor Alan V. Oppenheim. Feel free to circulate further within your organization and to all your colleagues who might be interested. The day-long event will take place on Monday, October 23, 2017, at MIT’s Samberg Conference Center.

Space is limited. Please register soon! The small registration fee of $15 includes lunch and refreshments.

Signal processing continues to dramatically transform how we live, communicate, play, and create. The Future of Signal Processing will bring together industry and academic experts from around the world to share insights about the field as it continues to evolve. More details to come.