Partners

University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

The Signal Processing group at the University of Salento is active in the field of statistical signal processing with major emphasis on radar signal processing, image processing, and communications. Its personnel has provided during the last years undergraduate and graduate courses in the topics of probability theory and statistics, signals and systems, analog and digital communications, digital signal processing, statistical signal processing, telecommunication systems, image processing.

 

University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey

Tracking and Estimation Research Group at Ankara University was established in 2001 and has been growing with its permanent and visiting researchers/lecturers. It has been actively conducting research in the area of detection, estimation, target tracking and fusion and has offered courses on both undergraduate and graduate levels on probability and stochastic processes, estimation and tracking, linear system analysis, data fusion, sensors and systems.

 

University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK

University of Sheffield is one of the research-intensive universities in the UK. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group universities, world top renowned for its excellence and impact. Within the subject area of ‘Engineering, Technology and Computer Sciences’ it is consistently ranked within the top 5 universities the UK and top 15 within Europe by the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Automatic Control and Systems Engineering (ACSE) is one of the largest departments devoted to the subject in Europe, with 28 academic staff, 30 research staff, 20 professional and support staff and nearly 400 taught and research students. This is an internationally leading research department with a vibrant culture spanning all aspects of Systems and Control Engineering. Research activities are focused on many of the complex issues of modern life including aerospace and transport, energy and and the environment, manufacturing and robotics, surveillance systems and, more recently, social policy. Underpinning research themes are: modelling and simulation, control and optimisation, sensing and actuation, signal processing and decision support, and, of
course, systems engineering. Together, these provide a friendly and supportive environment for strategic, multi-disciplinary collaborations with leading academic groups and major industrial partners. Its activities are supported by research councils: EPSRC, ESRC, ESA, EU, Royal Society, and companies such as Rolls Royce, Selex ES, BAE Systems, Ford Motor, QinetQ and Network Rail.