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[802SEC] Example of a large IEEE hosted virtual conference -- tune in today if you have time

Dear EC Members,

For those that are interested I thought it might be useful for us to observe the style and quality of an IEEE produced virtual conference. 

This week the Signal Processing Society's is virtually hosting it's well attended (>1,000) flagship conference that was originally scheduled to take place in Barcelona, Spain.   I tuned in to one 'future of datacommunications' related presentation last night which I found to be reasonably well produced and interesting.

For those of you that have some spare time this morning 802's own Edward Au is delivering the industry keynote at 11:30am ET:  Edward Au, "How Technical Standards Add Value: from Theory to Practice" as part of the work he is leading for the Technical Activities Board Committee on Standards (CoS).  

As the chair of TAB CoS, I will be tuning in to observe how well the interactive portion of the keynote operates.  See the below for details.  



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Subject: ICASSP 2020: May 7 Programming & Events

Welcome to Day 4 of the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech & Signal Processing!

We are excited to share another day of insightful live content for you! Today, we hope you will participate in the Amazon Workshop, as well as our ETON talks, Industry Keynote by Edward Au, and Plenary by Björn Ottersten.

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