Monday, 4 May 2020 – 16:30-18:00

Finalist Teams

Grand Prize Team Name 
First Runner-Up Team Name
Icarus Inhibition
Second Runner-Up Team Name
Technion – Israel Institute of TechnologyUniversity of MoratuwaBangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Yair Moshe

Pavel Lifshits
Chamira Edussooriya

Dumindu Tissera
Mohammad Ariful Haque
David Ben-Said, Samuel Sendrowicz, Theo Adrai
Suman Navaratnarajah, Yasintha Supun Madhushanike Wackwella Gamage, Thiru Thillai Nadarasar Bahavan, Vinu Vihan Maddumage, Gershom Seneviratne, Damitha Senevirathne, Isuru Wijesiri, Sulhi Cader, Suchitha Dehigaspitiya
Himaddri Roy, Shafin Bin Hamid, Munshi Sanowar Raihan, Prasun Datta, Ashiqur Rasul, Md. Mushfiqur Rahman, K M Naimul Hassan

Signal Processing Cup on the ICASSP’2020 Virtual Platfrom

The SPCup competition will take place live as scheduled (CEST time zone) in a Webex session that will be accessible from the ICASSP’2020 Virtual Conference Platform. The agenda of the event follows (please scroll down for further information on this year’s competition).


4.30 – 4.35: Opening remarks (Lucio Marcenaro – Director of Student Services Committee)
4.35 – 4.40: Introduction to the SPCup 2020 from the organizers (David Martin Gomez)
4.40 – 4.50: Team Name: BUET_Andromeda presentation
4.50 – 5.00: Team BUET_Andromeda Q&A from the judges and audience
5.00 – 5.10: Team Icarus Inhibition presentation
5.10 – 5.20: Team Icarus Inhibition Q&A from the judges and audience
5.20 – 5.30: Team SIPL presentation
5.30 – 5.40: Team SIPL Q&A from the judges and audience
5.40 – 6.00: Judges deliberate and winners announced

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.

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.

IEEE SPS Signal Processing Cup Website

This competition is sponsored by MathWorks®.

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