Signals and Systems
The group focuses its research on exploring fundamental theories of signals and systems and solving problems of vital importance to wireless communications, complex systems and networks, robotics, fault detection, speech and pattern recognition, industrial automation and control. We create both theoretical and practical solutions to meet industry’s needs and produce high-quality researchers.
- Blind signal separation and system identification
- Estimation and control of nonlinear interconnected systems
- Autonomous mobile robots
- Non-destructive damage identification in materials and structures
- Robust cooperative control of multi-agent networks
- Haptics and telerobotics