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Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory

Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory

The Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory has a long-established reputation from applying advanced signal processing and information theoretic techniques to a wide range of topics, from theoretical analysis to highly developed applications. The laboratory consists of six full-time academic staff plus around 30 post-doctoral researchers and PhD students.

Some of the major research topics are listed below. For further details, please explore the links on the right, including the home pages of individual lab members.

  • Audio and Music Processing
  • Coding Theory
  • Computer Vision and Computer Graphics
  • Data Compression
  • Digital Communications
  • Financial Modelling
  • Image, Video and 3D Data Processing
  • Information Theory
  • Machine Learning
  • Motion Capture Technologies
  • Multi-resolution and Wavelet Methods
  • Signal Processing for Life Sciences Data
  • Statistical Methodology for Signal Processing
  • Tracking
  • Wireless Communications