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Signal Processing Lab (EES EM) (»Add to Infobox)


School of Electrical Engineering
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology

Osquldas väg 10
SE-100 44 Stockholm

Phone:  +46-8-790 7595
Fax:  +46-8-790 7260
Internet:  http://www.ee.kth.se/signal

The Signal Processing Lab conducts research within several areas, including Adaptive Antennas in Wideband Wireless, Wireless Services, Audio-Visual Mobile Internetworking and Digital Communication.


PROJECTS (10/10) 

ACCESS (Autonomic Complex Communication nEtworks, Signals and Systems)

ACCESS Industrial Partnership Programme

Antenna Centre of Excellence

Complexity in future wireless systems

ERC Advanced Investigator Grant: Agile MIMO systems for communications, biomedicine and defense – AMIMOS

Handling radio resources in space, time and frequency

Interference in wireless systems - Modelling, predicting, shaping and avoiding

Multi-antenna transmission and scheduling in IMT-Advanced

WINNER+

Wireless MIMO communication systems - modelling, analysis, and design

ARCHIVED PROJECTS (16/16) 

Affordable wireless services & infrastructure (AWSI): LCI/WP3 spatio temporal designs

Antennas with MEMS technology for mobile terminals and MIMO systems

Assessment on improved spectral efficiency of multi user satellite networks

Basic research programme in signal processing for communications and radar

Characterization of power amplifiers - measurements and modelling

Charaterization and measurements for analog-digital conversion

Cooperative and opportunistic communications in wireless netorks - COOPCOM

Cooperative and Opportunistic Communications in Wireless Networks

Database and signal processing for the detection of wildlife using night vision camera

Detection and classification of 3D image sequence in automotive security systems

Methods for precision navigation

Network of excellence in wireless communications - NEWCOM

Prediction of engine noise from gas pressure

Resource optimization in wireless systems

Signal processing for nonlinear dynamic systems

Wireless World initiative new radio - WINNER

PEOPLE (22/22) 

Professor Björn Ottersten (Research Leader Signal Processing, Dean School of Electrical Engineering / School of Electrical Engineering)
  Björn Ottersten was born in Stockholm, Sweden, 1961. He received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering and applied physics from Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden, in 1986. In 1989 he
Magnus Jansson (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Björn Lindmark (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Joakim Jaldén (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Professor Peter Händel (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Per Zetterberg (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Mats Bengtsson (Research Leader / Signal Processing Lab)
Svante Bergman
Pandu Devarakota
Joel Grotz
Niklas Jaldén
Marc Mowlér
Ingemar Nygren
David Samuelsson
Patrick Svedman
Björn Thors
Björn Völcker
Isaac Skog
Eduard Jorswieck
David Wisell
Niclas Björsell
José Scarpati


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