Audio Research

We are a small team of people within the Chair of Multimedia Telecommunications and Microelectronics devoted to audio research. We develop new techniques for audio signal analysis, transformation, synthesis, restoration, watermarking, reconstruction of missing data, and synchronization of data streams. However, our main interests and expertise are in audio signal compression.

The list of our currently pursued research topics include:

We work in a variety of software and hardware development environments, including Matlab, PureData, MS Visual Studio, TI Code Composer Studio, Xilinx ISE, Active HDL, MPLab. Apart from the workstation and computation facilities, we have a dedicated critical listening room which is acoustically adapted and equipped with with high quality audio reproduction system for conducting rigorous subjective listening tests.

Our recent publications: