New project: PRYSTINE
- Monday, 22 January 2018
Rene van Leuken, together with his team (Sumeet Kumar, Amir Zjajo), and Said Hamdioui at CE acquired part of a new EU project "PRYSTINE". The aim is to design programmable compute hardware for automatic driving functions, across two application targets: data fusion for robust perception; and acceleration of AI frameworks for decision making. The emphasis is on low-power compute platforms.
While the overall budget of the project is 50 ME and spans over 60 partners, Delft will sign up for 1.8 ME.More ...
New postdoc: David Aledo
working with Rene on the Prystine project
New project: Medical Delta Cardiac Arrhythmia Lab
with Erasmus MC; Medical Delta will fund 2 PhD students as part of a larger program aimed to unravel and target electropathology related to atrial arrhythmia
Image formation for future radio telescopes
Radio astronomy is an interesting application area for array signal processing. We developed a new image formation tool called PRIFIRA, inspired by Sparse Bayesian Learning.