The 2024 IEEE-EURASIP Summer School on Signal Processing (S3P-2024) is the 10th edition of a successful series, organized by the Italian Telecommunications and Information Technologies Group – GTTI with the support of the IEEE Signal Processing Society and EURASIP. S3P-2024 represents a stimulating environment where top researchers in signal processing and related disciplines share their ideas on fundamental and ground-breaking methodologies in the field. It provides PhD students and researchers with a unique opportunity to interact with leading scientists and network with peer students.

This edition will take place on the island of Capri (Italy) in the gulf of Napoli from 23 to 27 September 2024.

Speakers come from both academia and industry, from the United States and Europe, and cover a wide range of research fields, from signal and image processing to machine learning, computer vision and computer graphics:

  • Angela Dai (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
    Learning to Understand the 3D World
  • Alexei (Alyosha) Efros (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
    Algorithms vs Data: what's more important?
  • Irfan Essa (Georgia Institute of Technology and Google, USA)
    Generative Video: New Models, Applications and Challenges
  • Marco Gori (University of Siena, Italy)
    Collectionless machine learning
  • Tal Hassner (Meta, USA)
    Real Faces, Fake Faces: From AI to Responsible AI
  • Koki Nagano (NVIDIA Research, USA)
    AI-Mediated Reality: From Synthesis To Verification
  • Matthias Nießner (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
    Photo-realistic AI Avatars
  • Stefano Soatto (University of California Los Angeles, USA)
    Representation Learning for Concepts and Meanings: From Inductive Learning of Signals to Reasoning about the World
  • Tuomas Virtanen (University of Tampere, Finland)
    Computational analysis of everyday acoustic scenes: methods, data, and evaluation

A recurring theme of their talks will be “Understanding and modeling the world around us”.

The S3P-2024 is organized with the support of the University Federico II of Naples.