Information and Communication Technologies

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Information and Communication Technologies

This line of research addresses problems such as signal processing and transmission in modern telecommunications networks and applications on them.

The Voice Processing and Transmission (LPTV) area focuses its research and development on technologies for conversational voice human-machine interfaces, including human-robot interaction (HRI), noise- and channel-robust voice recognition and biometrics, and real-time information transmission in TCP/IP (e.g., Internet) and telephone networks.

The Advanced Communications area investigates the problems of signal digitization and coding, digital modulation and demodulation, secure communications, signal transfer and recovery in nondeterministic media, quantitative information analysis, as well as the study, modeling, design and development of next-generation wireless communication systems (4G LTE). Applications range from the physical to the transport layer, including topics such as millimeter waves, e-Health, MAC protocols, multiplexing, access techniques and modulation schemes.

Responsible Academics

Cesar Azurdia

César Azurdia

Ph.D. Kyung Hee University, South Korea.

Claudio Estevez

Claudio Estévez

Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.

Nestor Becerra

Néstor Becerra Yoma

Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, U.K.

Sandra Cespedes

Sandra Céspedes

Ph.D. University of Waterloo, Canada.