Signal Processing Lab @ UNIST

 
 

Year founded: 2008

Advisor: Seungjoon Yang

Graduate Concentration: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


SPL studies statistical signal processing theories and techniques to develop exciting new technologies for image processing and computer vision. Following UNIST's free spirit of interdisciplinary study, researchers in SPL collaborate with mathematicians, scientists, and designers world-wide. Our current research interests include inverse problems in image processing and computer vision, human perception of visual information, and biometric authentication.


The following courses are helpful for researches in SPL: in undergraduate school, linear algebra, signals & systems, digital signal processing, probability and random processes, and in graduate school, image processing, computer vision, advanced linear algebra, advanced digital signal processing, estimation & decision theory, machine learning, and probability & stochastic processes.


Lab. internship is available for summer and the third semester.

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