Monday, 4 May 2020 – 16:30-18:00

The Signal Processing Cup (SP Cup) student competition, presented by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, gives students the opportunity to work together to solve real-life problems using signal processing methods. After students submit their work, three final teams are selected to present their work and compete for the grand prize at ICASSP 2020!

Interested in competing? See the competition guidelines below! The submission deadline is March 24 2020.

While only the final three teams will be competing at ICASSP 2020, all are welcome to watch the students present their work during the final competition. Join us and come see the action!


IEEE Signal Processing Cup 2020

Unsupervised abnormality detection by using intelligent and heterogeneous autonomous systems

For full competition details, eligibility requirements, and team registration, visit the IEEE Signal Processing Society website. 


The IEEE Signal Processing Society is proud to announce the seventh edition of the Signal Processing Cup: an exciting unsupervised abnormality detection challenge where ground and aerial autonomous systems interplays with the environment to discover abnormalities automatically.

To access data and ask technical questions, please enroll this project using the following steps:

  • Go to https://piazza.com and click “Students Get Started”
  • Search Schools: “IEEE SPS”
  • Selected Term: “Spring 2020”
  • Class 1: “SPCUP 2020: IEEE Signal Processing Cup 2020”
  • Class Access Code: “spcup2020” You’ll then be able to ask questions either as public inquiries to the SP Cup 2020 community or via private messages to the organizers

You’ll then be able to ask questions either as public inquiries to the SP Cup 2020 community or via private messages to the organizers.

IEEE SPS Signal Processing Cup Website

http://signalprocessingsociety.org/get-involved/signal-processing-cup

Submission deadline: March 24, 2020

Finalists announcement: April 3, 2020

This competition is sponsored by MathWorks®.

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