Communications, Sensors, Signal & Information Processing
Research Group (ComS2IP)

The group covers research in a broad range of Communications, Sensors and Signal Processing involving the introduction and development of new advanced theoretical and practical algorithms. We aim to derive innovative methods for the advancement of the boundaries of knowledge and a better understanding of the technical concepts of current and future communications, sensors and signal processing systems. The group has an international reputation and our work covers:

  • Mobile Wireless Communications: 4G/5G, WiMAX, UWB and Ad-Hoc Sensor Networks
  • The Design of Multi-Carrier Modulation Schemes for Network Communications
  • Fast and Low Power Algorithms for Signal Processing and Communications
  • Massive MIMO and Cooperative Diversity Schemes
  • Channel Coding
  • Green Communications and Energy Harvesting
  • Underwater Acoustics and Communications
  • Sensors and Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Encryption and Security
  • Positioning and GNSS
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Bio-Inspired Communications and Signal Processing Algorithms
  • Electromagnetic Non-destructive Testing/Evaluation and Structural Health Monitoring
  • Biometrics and Security
  • Blind Source Separation
  • Biomedical Signal Processing and Sensors

Research Areas in ComS2IP

Communications Sensors Signal & Information Processing
Communications Sensors Signal & Information Processing

Group Head of ComS2IP

Head Of Communications, Sensors, Signal And Information Processing

Professor Jonathon Chambers
Professor of Signal and Information Processing

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Communications, Sensors, Signal & Information Processing Seminars

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