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The Advanced Signal Processing Group (GTAS, in Spanish) is part of the Communications Engineering Department of the University of Cantabria. It is located at the E.T.S.I. Industriales y Telecomunicaciones, Avda Los Castros s/n. Santander 39005, SPAIN.

The GTAS conducts research in the development of digital signal processing algorithms for communications, as well as in machine-learning techniques and nonlinear modeling. Currently, the research activity of the GTAS is focused on the following topics:

  • Signal processing techniques for MIMO communication links.
    • CSI (Channel State Information) estimation techniques, synchronization, detection techniques,...
    • Capacity analysis of MIMO links.
    • Development of hardware MIMO testbeds and performance evaluation.
  • Machine-learning techniques and their applications.
    • Kernel methods, neural networks and adaptive information processing systems.
    • Multivariate statistical techniques: PCA, CCA and ICA.
    • Nonlinear modeling.

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COMONSENS Network

The GTAS group participates in the COMONSENS Network (TEC2015-69648-REDC): a project funded by The Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad which aims at the fertilization of the research collaboration links initiated and developed during the COMONSENS project. The first COMONSENS Workshop will be held in Seville, 28-29 January, 2016.

PRISMA project

The GTAS group has initiated the PRISMA project "Advanced Machine Learning Techniques for Pattern Recognition in Time Series" (TEC2014-57402-JIN). The project is funded by the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2013-2016).

Paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory

The paper "On the Number of Interference Alignment Solutions for the K-User MIMO Channel with Constant Coefficients", co-authored by O. González, C. Beltrán and I. Santamaría, has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory.

Junior Researcher: Pattern Recognition for Non-Destructive Evaluation

The Advanced Signal Processing Group (GTAS) is seeking a junior researcher to collaborate on a project on non-destructive evaluation. The project will involve the design and implementation of pattern recognition techniques.

Paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

The paper "Detection of Multivariate Cyclostationarity", co-authored by D. Ramirez, P. J. Schreier, J. Via, I. Santamaría and L. L. Scharf, has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

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