1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club


1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club

After IEEE Day celebrations come relax by discussing signal processing at 1st Tuesday Jorunal-paper club.

Kristian Weegink will be presenting:




This is one of the papers that describes the image processing methods used by the Event Horizon Telescope, a global very long baseline interferometry array, to create the first image of a black hole.


We will be going back to the German Club. We've had a consistently large turn out in our attendence recently, please RSVP if you are coming so that I can book a table of the right size.

We look forward to seeing you there.

About the 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club: We meet usually on the 1st Tuesday of the month as the name suggests (inspired by the ABC TV series "1st Tuesday Book Club"). Each month, from amongst ourselves we identify a Reader Leader.  He or she picks a highly cited, 'top ten' or major-prize-winning article, preferably in an SPS or ComSoc journal. Through the month, each of us reads the article. At the next meeting, the Reader Leader leads a discussion of that article, starting with his/her own appraisal. In so doing, we all broaden our understanding of the field and further develop a sense of community.

1st Rule of 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club: tell everyone about 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club.


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  • 416 Vulture Street
  • East Brisbane, Queensland
  • Australia 4169

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  • Co-sponsored by Kristian Weegink
  • Starts 19 September 2019 09:30 PM
  • Ends 01 October 2019 10:30 AM
  • All times are Australia/Brisbane
  • No Admission Charge
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