Center for Systems, Communications, and Signal Processing


 

The Center for Systems, Communications, and Signal Processing was established to bring together faculty working in related areas and to foster a strong partnership with the local industry.

Goals of the Center are to:

Currently, the Center has faculty members whose research interests encompass the following areas

Faculty Research Interests :


Real-Time Signal     Processing/Prototyping
  • N. Gans
  • J. Hansen
  • R. Jafari
  • K. Kiasaleh
  • N. Kehtarnavaz
  • I. Panahi
  • L. Tamil
  • M. Torlak

Communications Systems

  • Naofal Al-Dhahir
  • J. Fonseka
  • A. Fumagalli
  • K. Kiasaleh
  • H. Minn
  • A. Nosratinia
  • M. Saquib
  • M. Torlak

        Cyber-Physical Systems/Smart Grid

  • N. Al-Dhahir
  • N. Gans
  • R. Jafari
  • I. Panahi
  • M. Spong
  • L. Tamil

Signal Processing for Medical Systems

  • R. Jafari
  • N. Kehtarnavaz
  • H. Minn
  • R. Ober
  • I. Panahi
  • L. Tamil

Radar/Sensor Networks/mm-wave Imaging

  • A. Fumagalli
  • R. Jafari
  • M. Saquib
  • L. Tamil
  • M. Torlak

Speech/Image/Video Signal Processing

  • C. Busso
  • N. Gans
  • J. Hansen
  • N. Kehtarnavaz
  • A. Nosratinia

 

For more information about the above faculty, visit the EE Faculty web page.

 

Past and present sponsors of our research include

  • Federal Agencies:  including NSF, NASA, NIH, DoJ, DARPA, DoD, AFOSR, ONR, ARO
  • Texas State Agencies including : Advanced Research Program, Advanced Technology Program, Emerging Technology Fund, TxACE
  • Industry including  : Cisco, National Instruments, Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, RIM, SRC,Texas Instruments, Toyota

Past and present activities of the Center include

  • Sponsored activities with the Dallas Chapter of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
  • Sponsored activities with the Dallas Chapter of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
  • Sponsored activities with the Dallas Chapter of the IEEE Control Systems Society
  • Organization of  major conferences and workshops in DFW area including GLOBECOM 2004 and ICASSP 2010
  • Presentations at “Freshmen Experience for High School Graduates” events 
  • Senior design projects in collaboration with  industry (UTDesign)
  • Tutorials at major conferences and short industrial courses

For inquiries about the Center, please contact Prof. Naofal Al-Dhahir  (email: aldhahir@utdallas.edu)


 

This page last modified on Jan 24, 2013