About this Research Topic
The inaugural volume, Women in Signal Processing, highlighted the work of women scientists, shaping the future of the field while promoting diversity within our journal in a key moment for its development.
We now want to continue building on this success, engaging with the global community to drive scientific progress, and this can only be achieved and accelerated if we have gender equality and open science.
According to data from the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, still less than 30% of researchers worldwide are women. At present, this number is believed to be even lower in traditionally male-dominated STEM disciplines, with sources reporting that it could be around 10% in the field of Signal Processing.
With the International Day of Women and Girls in Science taking place on 11th February 2023, and International Women's day on 8th March 2023, it is important to show the growing impact of women researchers in Signal Processing, thus inspiring the young generations to combat gender barriers in the academic world and build a sustainable future.
The work presented here highlights the diversity of research performed across the entire breadth of Signal Processing, and welcomes submissions across all sections of the journal.
Please note: to be considered for this collection, the corresponding author should be a woman.
Keywords: Women in, Signal Processing, Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing, Image Processing, Radar Signal Processing, Biomedical Signal Processing, Signal Processing for Communications, Statistical Signal Processing, Signal Processing Theory, #CollectionSeries
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