When Smart Signal Processing meets Smart Sensing

Invited Talk:

Smart Signal Processing in Modern Sensing and Imaging System


With the advancement of modern sensing and imaging technologies, people can acquire measurements more effectively and efficiently for data of various modalities. Meanwhile, the new sensing systems also bring challenges for smart signal processing, in order to achieve high-quality signal reconstruction and rendering. In this talk, we will cover some recent trends on techniques for high dynamic range (HDR) imaging, compressed sensing, image restoration, and computational imaging with data-driven approaches. Related works and examples are presented, to illustrate new problems and challenges of signal processing in the context of modern sensing system.

Invited Speaker: 

Dr. Guan-Ming Su

Guan-Ming Su is with Dolby Labs, Sunnyvale, CA, USA. Prior to this he has been with the R&D Department, Qualcomm, Inc., San Diego, CA; ESS Technology, Fremont, CA; and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc., Santa Clara, CA. He is the inventor of 80+ U.S. patents and pending applications. He is the co-author of 3D Visual Communications (John Wiley & Sons, 2013). He served as an associate editor of Journal of Communications; associate editor in APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing, and Director of review board and R-Letter in IEEE Multimedia Communications Technical Committee. He also serves as the Technical Program Track Co-Chair in ICCCN 2011, Theme Chair in ICME 2013, TPC Co-Chair in ICNC 2013, TPC Chair in ICNC 2014, Demo Chair in SMC 2014, General Chair in ICNC 2015, Area Co-Chair for Multimedia Applications in ISM 2015, Demo Co-Chair in ISM 2016, Industrial Program Co-chair in IEEE BigMM 2017, Industrial Expo Chair in ACMMM 2017, and TPC Co-Chair in IEEE MIPR 2019. He serves as chair of APSIPA Industrial Publication Committee 2014-2017 and VP of APSIPA Industrial Relations and Development starting 2018. He is a Senior member of IEEE. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from University of Maryland, College Park..