Sensing, Imaging and Signal Processing

Key Facts

17 academics
16 PDRAs
37 PhD students

Funding:

EPSRC: £1.6M
Industry and others: £3.3M


The Group focuses on exploiting its broad expertise to address multidisciplinary measurement and signal-analysis problems in chemical, mechanical, electrical, security, and biological systems, and the building of sensor systems for users in academia, industry and healthcare.

One achievement with strong societal and research significance is our development of a novel technology for the accelerated detection of landmines. Other achievements include the measurement of focused X-ray beams and electrical capacitance tomography imaging of particle density in fluidised bed dryers, with applications in the pharmaceutical and food and energy processes industries.

Head of Group: Professor Krikor Ozanyan

MSc in Digital Signal Processing

The course gives a thorough, methodical and wide-ranging education in digital image and signal processing. It provides a rigorous framework for the discipline and will enable you to become confident in your ability to be technologically creative. 

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Facilities

The SISP group has many facilities equipped to facilitate cutting edge research. Visit our facilities page here.

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