Communications & Signal Processing

Communications and Signal Processing examples 

Communications and Signal Processing

The Communications and Signal Processing (CSP) group in the ECE department is engaged in a broad range of fundamental and applied research areas. Examples of fundamental research areas include:

  • Statistical communications
  • Statistical signal processing
  • System identification and adaptive filtering
  • Time-frequency analysis
  • Multidimensional signal processing
  • Information theory and coding

In addition to making theoretical contributions in these areas, the CSP group is engaged in emerging and traditional CSP applications. In particular, CSP faculty members are active in several applied research areas including:

  • Wireless communications and networking
  • Speech processing and voice recognition
  • Visual processing and multimedia networking
  • Biomedical signal processing
  • Non-destructive-evaluation (NDE)
  • Sensor networks and compressed sensing
  • Secure communications and network security

Being leaders in their respective fields of research, CSP faculty research is supported by federal agencies, such as NSF and NIH, state technology programs, and industrial partners. Both national and international collaborative efforts are pursued. CSP faculty members collaborate with faculty members of other ECE areas and other colleges within and outside MSU on multidisciplinary research projects.

For more information, please see one of the following CSP faculty links, or their respective laboratories:

Communications and Signal Processing Researchers

Selin Aviyente, John Deller, Shantanu Chakrabartty, Tongtong Li, Rama Mukkamala, Karim Oweiss, Hayder Radha, Pradeep Ramuhalli, Lalita Udpa, Satish Udpa

Related Websites:

Wireless and Video Communications (Radha WAVES)
Statistical Signal Processing Theory and Applications including Studying Functional Networks in the Brain (Aviyente)
Statistical Signal Processing with Application to Speech and Hearing, and Genomics (Deller)
Signal Processing Technology Applied to Implantable Devices in the Nervous System (Oweiss)
Nondestructive Evaluation of Biomedical Systems (Udpa's)
Broadband Access Wireless Communications Laboratory (Li)