Access to 50+ Sessions From the DSP Online Conference
In case you forget or didn't already know, registering for the 2023 DSP Online Conference automatically gives you 10 months of unlimited access to all sessions from previous editions of the conference. So for the price of an engineering book, you not only get access to the upcoming 2023 DSP Online Conference but also to hours upon hours of on-demand DSP gold from some of the best experts in the field.
The value you get for your small investment is simply huge. Many of the sessions that you gain access to are worth the price of admission on their own.
In this blog post, I'll list some of the sessions that have received rave ratings and reviews from past DSPOC attendees and that you'll absolutely want to consider watching if you decide to move forward with a registration.
We are honored to have fred harris (no caps on purpose!) as a regular speaker at the DSP Online Conference since its inception. This year, fred will be presenting Resampling Filters: Interpolators and Interpolation. His sessions are always highly rated by the DSP community for their insights, depth and clarity. Many DSP Engineers owe a good part of their success to what they learned from fred. By registering for the 2023 DSP Online Conference, you will gain access to all of his previous sessions, including:
Dan is another great speaker and teacher of DSP who has been part of the conference for three years in a row. This year, he will be offering a three-hour workshop titled Quick Start on Control Loops with Python. Dan’s sessions are always very popular and well-received by the attendees, as they combine theory and practice in an engaging way. Some of his previous sessions are:
More DSP Gold
Here are more sessions from a diverse pool of highly qualified speakers who received high marks:
- Pragmatic Methods to Decide Filter Requirements - by Chris Bore
- Demystifying Beamformers - by Paul Beckmann
- Spectrometer Signal Processing Systems for NASA Space Applications - by Damon Bradley
- Frequency Domain Signal Processing - by John Edwards
- The Quest for the Perfect Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter - by Wessel Lubberhuizen
- Data-Centric AI for Signal Processing Applications - by Frantz Bouchereau
And many more... You can see the full list here.
Any questions? Please feel free to use the comments section below.
In the hope that you'll seize this opportunity and join us for this year's edition of the DSP Online Conference,
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