University of Southampton

VLC

Welcome to the VLC group. We are a highly numerate group covering much of the central theory in Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, We have a rich spread of technological areas, over control , learning and computer vision with about 10 staff and 40 students. Our facilities include a biometrics laboratory, a quiet room, experimental production platforms as well as facilities for computational and sensor capability.

 
 

Recent Publications

Rapisarda, Paolo and Antoulas, Athanasios C. (2016) State-space modelling of two-dimensional vector-exponential trajectories. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 1-20.

Mahmoodi, S (2017) Discontinuity Preserving Method for Noise Removal of Multi-Carrier Signals. Signal Processing, 131, 8-19.

Martinho-Corbishley, Daniel, Nixon, Mark and Carter, John (2016) On categorising gender in surveillance imagery. In, IEEE 8th International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS 2016), Buffalo, US, 06 - 09 Sep 2016.

Systems and Control workshop in honour of Prof. Sira-Ramirez-23/02/16


A Southampton unmanned aerial vehicle
11 July 2016

World-leading aerospace expertise showcased at Farnborough International Airshow

Southampton to showcase world-leading aerospace research and expertise at Farnborough International Airshow


09 June 2016

ECS in the news

ECS Staff and students often feature in the news for their research, achievements and expert opinion


Dr Jonathan Mayo-Maldonado
03 December 2015

ECS PhD alumnus wins IET doctoral dissertation prize

Dr Jonathan Mayo-Maldonado, alumnus of Electronics and Computer Science, has received this year’s IET Control and Automation Doctoral Dissertation Prize


09 October 2015

Southampton wins funding to transform medical research with cutting-edge data analysis

A team of life sciences researchers at the University of Southampton have been awarded a £1.5m Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant to develop cutting-edge data analysis techniques that could help transform future medical research.


SETsquared award winners
12 June 2015

Southampton students prove they have the entrepreneurial spirit

Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) student, Jaime Lomeli Rodriguez, was among University students and graduates being honoured for their entrepreneurial spirit at SETsquared’s annual Student Enterprise Awards at St Mary’s Stadium.

 

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