Signal Processing Group

Welcome to the AGH Signal Processing Group

The Signal Processing Group is part of the Institute of Electronics, which belongs to the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications at AGH University of Krakow, Poland. Group members perform research into various aspects of digital signal processing (DSP) focusing mainly on speech and audio signal processing for the Internet of Things (IoT), multimedia and communication applications, as well as the processing of biomedical signals and audio-video for virtual and augmented reality. Research into signal processing builds upon an intelligent integration of classical DSP techniques, statistical signal processing and machine learning.

The Signal Processing Group is led by Associate Professor Konrad Kowalczyk and it consists of over a dozen of the members of academic staff and research students at a Ph.D. level. The DSP team collaborates internationally with renown academic partners and nationally with the local high-tech industry, and has successfully completed a number of research and commercial R&D projects. The group offers fundamental and advanced taught courses on signal processing, DSP, machine learning, and programming for embedded and multimedia applications at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The Signal Processing Group regularly offers student jobs in research and R&D projects, as well as provides a breadth of opportunities for thesis work and student internships.

Lecture at an inauguration of academic year 2020/2021 at AGH Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication

Associate Professor Konrad Kowalczyk will give a lecture entitled “Voice-based interfaces – state of the art and future challenges” at an inauguration of the academic year at the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication, AGH University of Science and Technology. Inauguration takes place on October the 2nd, 2020 at 9:00 and will be transmitted […]

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Project Lider “glossoVR 2.0 – virtual trainer of voice emission and public speaking” receives funding from NCBR

We are pleased to congratulate Dr Magdalena Cybulska-Igras on receiving funding from The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR) for her project entitled “glossoVR 2.0 – virtual trainer of voice emission and public speaking”. The project proposal was submitted within the Lider program which supports young Polish researchers to lead their first R&D project. […]

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DSP team participates in SdSV Challenge at INTERSPEECH 2020

The DSP AGH team consisting of Magdalena Rybicka, StanisÅ‚aw Kacprzak, Marcin Witkowski and Konrad Kowalczyk participated in the Short-duration Speaker Verification (SdSV) Challenge organized as a satellite event of the INTERSPEECH 2020 conference. The DSP team competed in Task2: Text-independent Speaker Verification. The technical report and the challenge results have recently been announced by the […]

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Presentation of MSc student at IEEE SAM Workshop 2020

On June 11th, MSc student Julitta Bartolewska is giving a presentation at the 11th IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop 2020. Instead of giving a life presentation in Hangzhou, China, Julitta will present the paper on “Distributed Multiarray Noise Reduction With Online Estimation Of Masks And Spatial Filters” at the Virtual Conference SAM […]

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Two presentations from DSP team at IEEE ICASSP 2020

This year the Signal Processing Group has 2 presentations at the IEEE Int. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2020). Congratulations Szymon for great work and paper acceptance. This year’s IEEE ICASSP is held as a virtual conference and all presentations will be available also after the conference via IEEE Signal Processing Society […]

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