and Sensory Signal Analysis Group
Examples of our studies
Sensing the human
Other user interface studies
Engine signal processing
Health informatics standardisation
Secret company projects
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Sensing everything between heaven and earth
The Sleep and Sensory Signal Analysis group focuses on the development of signal processing algorithms and pattern recognition methods for the signals obtained with various sensors. The group has a long experience in this research since the 1980'ies. Although we can think of analysing signals obtained with any sensors, our main focus has been in those signals which have been measured from humans.
Every sensor produces a different view to the phenomenon that it senses. Therefore the methods to analyze the sensory signal vary, too. Our task is to find the most suited methods to obtain the required information from the sensory signal. This is an interesting challenge to us and starting a new project always gives us the kicks to hunt for the solutions.
Research in the group is performed in projects of which you see examples through the links on the left. Very often the projects are co-operation projects with other research institutions or companies developing their products. We have a good track record in working together with academics, physicians, engineers and industry funded by the European Union, Academy of Finland, Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation and companies. We are always open to suggestions of co-operation. An ideal project for us is scientifically interesting, leads to the development of new algorithms, produces a good solution to all the problems, leads to scientific publications and provides sufficient funding for our researchers.
The Sleep and Sensory Signal Analysis Group (SSSAG) belongs to the Department of Signal Processing in the Faculty of Computing and Electrical Engineering (picture) in Tampere University of Technology (picture).
Designed by Alpo Värri 28.1.2013
of Signal Processing, Tampere
University of Technology
P.O. Box 553, FI-33101 Tampere, Finland, Tel. +358-40-8490780