Signal Processing - Research
Signal Processing research is conducted in research groups, led by the award-winning and experienced professors and senior researchers. Research topics range from industry co-operation applied research to high impact basic research and work is done by experienced doctors (post-docs), doctoral students and often also by our students. For more detailed information about our current research visit the Web pages of the research groups.
In the strategy the department has identified the three most important research fields: Intelligent Machines, signal processing, and biological and medical data processing. In these topics we also make internal cooperation within the University, among others. intelligent machines research and teaching based on collaborative work with the University units active in robotics.
- Speech and Audio
- Immersive Visual Technologies (CIVIT)
- Computational Imaging
- Computer Vision
- Signal and Image Restoration
- Data Mining
- Biomedical Signal and Image Analysis
- Statistical Signal Processing
Deparment's publications and statistics: TUTCris Publications Signal Processing
Department's research projects: TUTCris Projects Signal Processing