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Signal Processing Seminar


Signal Processing Seminar

Ehsan Tohidi

Ehsan is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Reconstruction of a Novel Wheel-Rail Contact Signal for the Wheel Defect Detection

Alireza Alemi
3ME

Wheel Impact Load Detectors measure the rail response to monitor the railway wheel condition. Due to the wheel dimension, the mounted sensor on the rail makes a partial observation of the wheel. Therefore, using multiple sensors is common to cover the wheel circumference. To combine the partial information collected by multiple sensors, a fusion method is required. Normally, the features of the measured data are extracted and then the feature-level fusion is applied. This research proposes a fusion method at the data-level to reconstruct a new wheel-rail contact signal. This method transfers the data from the time domain to the space domain using the space relation of the sensor intervals, and the wheel circumference. The signal reconstructed is used for the wheel defect detection.


Signal Processing Seminar

Complex factor analysis and extensions

Alle-Jan van der Veen

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Professoren in de Arena

Professoren in de Arena: De bionische mens, van protheses naar upgrades

Wouter Serdijn, Just Herder, Harrie Weinans, Project March

Op 28 maart gaan drie hoogleraren, waaronder Wouter Serdijn, met elkaar in debat over 'de bionische mens'. Wat is er mogelijk en hoe ver kun, wil en mag je gaan? In drie korte minicolleges praten de heren u bij en worden ze vervolgens stevig aan de tand gevoeld door cabaretier, columnist en TU-docent Jasper van Kuijk. In de discussie die daarop volgt, wordt het publiek van harte uitgenodigd mee te doen.

De sprekers van deze avond zijn:

Just Herder - Professor of Interactive Mechanisms and Mechatronics

Harrie Weinans - Professor of Tissue Biomechanics and Implants

Wouter Serdijn - Professor in Bio-Electronics

Project March

Deze editie van ‘Professoren in de Theaterarena’ wordt georganiseerd i.s.m. het ‘Explore your Brain’ evenement van de TU Delft Library in het kader van het 175 jarig bestaan van de TU Delft.

Over Professoren in de Arena

In nauwe samenwerking met de TU Delft en de universiteiten van Leiden en Rotterdam zetten wij in een theatrale setting steeds drie spraakmakende hoogleraren op het podium rondom een actueel thema. Deze onderwerpen worden van verschillende kanten belicht, vanuit de harde wetenschap en/of maatschappelijke en ethische hoek. In een magazine-achtig format met korte colleges, stand-up colums wordt u bijgepraat en doet u mee in de discussie.

Locatie: Theatercafé, Theater de Veste

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Signal Processing Seminar

Andreas Koutrouvelis

Andreas is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Aydin Rajabzadeh

Aydin is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Jorn Zimmerling

Jorn is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Richard Hendriks

Richard is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Geert Leus

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Signal Processing Seminar

Matthew Morency

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Signal Processing Seminar

Jiani Liu

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Signal Processing Seminar

Rob Remis

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Signal Processing Seminar

Jamal Amini

Jamal is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Millad Sardarabadi

Millad is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Shahrzad Naghibzadeh

Shahrzad is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Pim van der Meulen

Pim is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Christos Tzagkarakis

Christos is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Bahareh Abdikivanani

Bahareh is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Jie Zhang

Jie is going to present his recent research.

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Signal Processing Seminar

Thomas Sherson

Thomas is going to present his recent research.

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