Signal Processing - Research
Signal Processing research is conducted in research groups, led by award-winning and experienced professors. The main focus is on basic research leading to scientific breakthroughs, but we are also active in applied research and collaborate with many large companies and SMEs. Research work is conducted by experienced doctors (post-docs), doctoral students and often also our students. For more detailed information about our current research visit the Web pages of the research groups.
Our research fields span the three fundamental levels of signal and data processing: 1) Data Acquisition (sensors, measurements and data annotation), 2) Data Representation, Modelling and Processing and 3) Data Analysis and Visualization (Display and Rendering). We have particularly strong research in the fields of Vision and Audio Processing and Analysis, but also in Displays and 3D Rendering and in the application fields of Industry, Defence, Media and Medical Signals.
- Speech and Audio
- Immersive Visual Technologies (CIVIT)
- Computational Imaging
- Computer Vision
- Signal and Image Restoration
- Data Mining
- Statistical Signal Processing
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence and Vision
- Artificial Intelligence
- Data Analysis Applications (Pori Unit)
Deparment's publications and statistics: TUTCris Publications Signal Processing
Department's research projects: TUTCris Projects Signal Processing