The tutorial on “Robust Data Science: Modern Tools for Detection, Clustering and Cluster Enumeration” has been accepted for presentation at the 45th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASPP), to be held in Barcelona, Spain between May 4 and May 8, 2020. go
The LOEWE Center emergenCITY is an interdisciplinary research center that was established at TU Darmstadt in 2019 by decision of the Government of the Federal State of Hessen, Germany. The University of Kassel and the Philipps-Universität Marburg are partners. The center will start in January 2020. go
At this year's European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO) in A Coruña, Spain, Ann-Kathrin Seifert won the Three Minute Thesis Contest by presenting her PhD topic “Signal Processing for Radar-based Medical Gait Analysis”. go
Michael Leigsnering, Fauzia Ahmad, Moeness Amin, and Abdelhak Zoubir receive the 2014 M. Barry Carlton Award
Paper was judged to be the best paper in IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems in 2014
The paper by Michael Leigsnering, Fauzia Ahmad, Moeness Amin, and Abdelhak Zoubir entitled “Multipath Exploitation in Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging Using Sparse Reconstruction” appeared in the April 2014 Issue of IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. go
Dr. Roy Howard is visiting the SPG
Dr. Roy Howard from Curtin University of Technology, Australia, is visiting the Signal Processing Group.
Welcome back, Roy!
at the IEEE Radar Conference in Boston
Student who wrote her bachelor thesis with the signal processing group receives award for outstanding bachelor degree
Starting in the upcoming summer semester, a new lecture on “Robust Signal Processing With Biomedical Applications” is offered by the Signal Processing Group. go
On March 4th, 2019, Freweyni Kidane Teklehaymanot successfully defended her doctoral thesis. go
On February 15th, 2019, Mark Ryan Leonard successfully defended his doctoral thesis. go
In the Faculty Board meeting on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, Mr. Muma was appointed lecturer for the lecture “Robust Signal Processing With Biomedical Applications” and the project seminar “Robust and Biomedical Signal Processing”. go
On January 21st, 2019, Tim Schäck successfully defended his doctoral thesis. go