The group focuses on signal analysis, which leads to the facilitation or improvement of diagnostic procedures and a better description or modeling of the human body as a complex dynamic spatial object. The key signals to be processed are image data produced by different instruments, often in the form of temporal or spatial sequences (cuts). One-dimensional signals produced by different sensors are also used.
Biomedical signal processing
Lecture: Fractional order derivatives in online handwriting parametrization 3.10.2019 0:00
Signal Processing Laboratory invites you to a lecture of Ing. Jan Mucha that will be held on November 19, 2019 at the Department of Telecommunications (Conference room, 7th floor, T12 building, time: 10:30), Technická 12, Brno.
Lecture: Project Teca-Park: Objectives and Development (local and remote experiments) 4.2.2019 12:00
Signal Processing Laboratory in cooperation with the Applied Neuroscience Research Group of the Central European Institute of Technology invites you to lecture of prof. Pedor Gómez-Vilda, that will be held on February 25th, 2019 at 9AM at University Campus Bohunice, building A34, room 211.
Topic: Project Teca-Park: Objectives and Development (local and remote experiments)
Abstract: abstract can be downloaded here