Digital Signal Processing

This line of research focuses on theoretical studies, modeling, analysis and applications of techniques for processing, understanding, retrieving and extracting signal information from different sources, which lead to the creation of mathematical models and algorithms that can be executed by digital programmable devices. The main applications in this line focus on designing and implementing techniques for biomedical signal processing, telecommunications systems, mechatronic systems and Smart Grids, among other systems.

Sublines - Biomedical Signal Processing

The aim of this subline of research is to develop and implement processing techniques for biological and biomedical signals and systems. The main topics are: signal processing in exoskeletons, analyzing and monitoring patients and the elderly with movement disorders, voice processing and laryngeal images.

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Sublines - Computational Vision

This subline of research develops and applies techniques for image processing, pattern recognition and machine learning to offer automated solutions for monitoring and evaluating biological processes. The main topics include counting and morphological characterization of algae and yeasts in fermentation processes, flake analysis in water treatment, as well as detecting and identifying human pathogens in microscopic images.

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Sublines - Signal Processing for Mechatronic Systems

This subline of research develops and applies signal processing techniques for mechatronic systems to develop robots and smart systems for industrial, space, agricultural, rehabilitation, service and educational applications, among others. The projects to be developed use filtering, detection, estimation, classification and signal fusion, and control system algorithms; Image Processing; Pattern Recognition; Mobile Robotics and Machine Learning.

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