Our team member elected to the EURASIP Technical Area Committee on Acoustic, Speech and Music Processing

We are pleased to announce that dr hab. inż. Konrad Kowalczyk, prof. AGH was elected to the Technical Area Committee on Acoustic, Speech and Music Signal Processing (TAC ASMSP) of the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP).

The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) was founded in 1978 with the purpose / objective of improving communication between groups and individuals that work within the multidisciplinary field of signal processing in Europe and elsewhere, exchanging and disseminating information in the field of signal processing, and furthering the efforts of researchers by providing a learned and professional platform for dissemination and discussion of all aspects of signal processing, without aiming at generating profit or any other material advantage whatsoever.

The Technical Area Committees (TACs) form the backbone of EURASIP’s technical activities. The TAC members are leading scientists and technical experts in their field. The TACs support EURASIP’s technical activities to ensure highest quality and relevant development of the areas. They are instrumental in building the EURASIP community and adding value for our members.

The Acoustic, Speech and Music Signal Processing (ASMSP) TAC focuses on a wide range of audio and acoustic signal processing topic, including microphone and loudspeaker array processing; spatial audio capturing, processing and rendering; audio and speech enhancement and restoration; system identification and dereverberation; adaptive audio processing; speech perception, analysis, and synthesis; sound and music modeling, processing and coding; music signal analysis, processing and synthesis; music information extraction and retrieval; auditory modeling and hearing aids; quality and intelligibility measures; parallel processing and algorithm development for audio and acoustic applications; audio and acoustic signal descriptors and informatics.