This special session is held, as part of the 2023 IEEE Statistical Signal Processing (SSP) workshop, to honor the late Prof. Huynh Huu Tue, who was the Honorary Chair of the workshop.
Prof. Huynh Huu Tue received the Sc.D. degree in 1972 from Laval University (Canada) where he had been a faculty member of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering since 1969. He was an Invited Guest at the AT&T Information Systems in Neptune, N.J. in 1984 and had been invited to give lectures at several Universities in Europe, America as well as in Asia. Prof. Huynh Huu Tue was author and coauthor of several books and more than two hundred papers and reports in Signal and Information Processing. His research interests covered stochastic simulation techniques, information processing, fast algorithms and architectures with applications to finance and to communications.
While his academic career was built mainly in Canada, Prof. Huynh Huu Tue had contributed early and significantly to educating generations of Vietnamese researchers and engineers in the fields of Signal and Information Processing. Since the 1970s, he had frequently come to Vietnam to give lectures at universities. After retiring from Laval University in 2005, he returned to Vietnam and held several faculty positions at Vietnamese universities, including VNU University of Engineering and Technology, VNUHCM - International University, and Bac Ha International University where he was the first president of the university, He helped organize several international conferences in Vietnam, and was the founding Technical Editor-in-Chief of the Journal on Electronics and Communications of the Radio Electronics Association of Vietnam (REV).
We would like to invite colleagues and former students of Prof. Huynh Huu Tue to submit their original research results in the area of statistical signal processing and its applications.
Authors of papers in this special session will be invited to extend their work and submit it to REV Journal on Electronics and Communications, in a special issue paying tribute to Prof. Huynh Huu Tue.