In 2023, Patrice Abry has been elevated EURASIP Fellow, Patrick Flandrin has received the Technical Achievement Award.
The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) has the objective of improving communication between groups and individuals that work within the multidisciplinary field of signal processing in Europe and elsewhere, exchanging and disseminating information in the field of signal processing, and furthering the efforts of researchers by providing a learned and professional platform for dissemination and discussion of all aspects of signal processing.
In 2023, the EURASIP awards two researchers from the Physics Laboratory of ENS de Lyon for their work.
CNRS Research Director, Physics laboratory of ENS de Lyon, SiSyPh team.
Elevated EURASIP Fellow for contributions to scale-free temporal and spatial dynamics modelling and analysis in signals and images.
The EURASIP "Fellowship Programme" aims to recognize outstanding achievements of its members and volunteers. Each year, a select group of signal processing researchers are elevated to ‘EURASIP Fellow’, the Association’s most prestigious honor.
CNRS Research Directir emeritus, Physics laboratory of ENS de Lyon, SiSyPh team.
Member of the French Academy of Sciences
Recipient of the Technical Achievement Award for seminal contributions to time-frequency and time-scale analysis at the interfaces between signal processing and nonlinear physics
The EURASIP Technical Achievement Award is given to a scientist who has made significant research contributions in Signal Processing Theory and Applications.