The Interdisciplinary Computation and Communication Group (INCO2-DSIC) is made up of researchers belonging to the Department of Information Systems and Computation (DSIC) of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and of researchers belonging to other universities who develop their activity in this Group. Although the background of its members is different and complementary (degrees in Informatics, Physics and Mathematics) the researchers of the Group have a lot of experience in Computational Science. The main aim of the Group is the solution of complex numerical problems, in particular those that can be solved by parallel computers and high performance computing techniques, as well as the modeling and optimization of parallel computing systemsSite internet
The Audio and Communications Signal Processing Group (GTAC) belongs to the Institute of Telecommunications and Multimedia Applications (iTEAM) of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV). The iTEAM is a research centre integrated in the Polythecnic City of Innovation, one of the two big scientific parks located at Valencia city. GTAC research is mainly developed in the fields of sound and communications signal processing. Since 1998, GTAC members have managed / participated in different research projects regarding Active Noise Control systems, Sound perception, Spatial Audio rendering and Multi-channel audio filtering in the area of sound processing, and regarding efficient MIMO receivers, multi-user communications and coordinated systems in the area of communications.Site internet
The research group, led by Nicolas Ruiz Reyes (Professor of Signal Theory and Telecommunications at the University of Jaen), consists of 20 members (12 of them PhDs). Most of the research group members belongs to the Telecommunication Engineering Department of the University of Jaén. The research group is integrated into the Andalusian plan for research, technological development and innovation, being recognized by the Andalusian Council as a quality research group. Researchers from the "Signal Processing and Telecommunication Systems Research Group" have participated in numerous research projects with public and private funding. The team\'s research activity mainly focuses on applications of digital signal processing, especially to audio and ultrasonic signals. The most recent developed topics are: audio coding and streaming, automatic music transcription and alignment, sound source separation, music information retrieval, audio remastering, metaheuristics and soft-computing, grid-computing, neural network and machine learning.Site internet
The research group, formed in 2004, is a group recognized by the University of Oviedo and its members are tenured professors with the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments of the University of Oviedo. Their research is focused on Information Retrieval, Data Mining, Numeric Linear Algebra High Performance Computing, and Energy Optimization of Heterogeneous Computing Devices through Learning of Intelligent Strategies. On all these topics the group has developed many research projects, has published many papers in JCR journals, has engaged on technology transfer and has participated in special national actions related to scientific and big infrastructure networks. It must also note the experience of the group in national and international joint-works; in managing conferences, workshops and mini-symposia; in scientific program committees and as referees and guest editors of JCR journals. The researchers of the group are members of:
- CAPAP-H: Network of High Performance Computing on Heterogeneous Parallel Architectures.
- ALAMA: Thematic Network on Linear Algebra, Matrix Analysis and their Applications.
The research group consists of Teaching and Research of the Department of Signal Theory and Communications, University of Alcalá. It is a group recognized by the University of Alcalá and Madrid, with reference CCTT2006/R39. His research interests are focused on applied digital signal processing (voice, biological signals, electromagnetic source signals, etc..), With special emphasis on statistical signal processing (detection, estimation, classification, source separation) and this sense has developed and collaborates in numerous research projects, international, national or regional.Site internet