Laboratory of the Signal and Information Processing Research Group – GPSI
Description: The Signal and Information Processing Research Group (GPSI) works on following research lines: (i) Signal Processing for Communications – project and analysis of signal processing strategies for communications systems; (ii) Information Processing – project and analysis of methods of signal processing for information systems, such as biomedical and geophysical systems; and (iii) Information Geometry – proposal and analysis of non-Euclidean methods for the evaluation of probability spaces and their applications. Some of the group’s problems of interest are the following: project of transceivers for communications, synthesis and analysis of information systems, machine learning, biomedical signal processing, signal statistical processing, information geometry, among others.
Team: The Group has 11 Dr researchers, from which 9 are Professors at the PPGETI, besides the participation of 15 graduate students involved with the topics of interest of the group.
Location: Building 725 (CT)
Contacts: Charles Casimiro Cavalcante (firstname.lastname@example.org)