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More Open Source at the LMS: To globally provide our open-source software, we operate our own Gitlab-server, where a large part of our software products are publicly available. In this month's news, we would like to draw your attention to PADIS, "Probabilistic Approach to Dynamic Image Sampling", wh...

Open Science at the LMS: Next to the publication of Open-Source code (see news from Mach 2022), we also publish a large part of our research as Open Access or as a preprint on platforms such as arXive.org.

We are currently searching for an outstanding Master graduate in electrical engineering (with strong background in signal processing). We offer a full-time position to do research in the field of video processing (pdf here). If you are interested, please send a full application to Dr.-Ing. Christian...

Our colleague Thomas Haubner won a travel grant for his paper "End-To-End Deep Learning-based Adaptation Control for Frequency-Domain Adaptive System Identification" for the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) in Singapore. Congratulations!

LMS for Open Source: In the recent years, the LMS has published a lot of its research and solutions in open-source repositories. Here is a little selection. First, we would like to mention our "Frequency Selective Reconstruction", which can reconstruct missing or faulty parts of an image in a very c...

You are searching for a thesis, a research internship, or you are just interested in the research at our chair? On Monday, February 7th 2.15 pm we will provide an overview on the research at our chair. You can take part live in Hörsaal H16 or online via Zoom. The two pictures are a little teaser: on...

Our chair is facing some major changes in this new year 2022. Unfortunately, two very successful researchers just left us: Alexander Schmidt and Michael Günther. However, we are happy to announce that Anna Meyer and Johannes Zeitler just joined our team. Furthermore, Dr. Gongping Huang will support ...

Endowed with a prestigious Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship, Dr. Gongping Huang joined the Chair for Multimedia Communication and Signal Processing.  After obtaining a PhD at Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU) in Xi’an, China, and working at ENST in Montreal, Canada, and Technion, H...

Recently, we had the kick-off for the collaborative research centre (SFB) "Empathokinästhetische Sensorik" (EmpkinS), where the LMS will investigate new methods for contact-free medical sensor technology based on radar and camera data. In particular, we focus our research on the compression of multi...

In October, we had the first opportunity to present our latest research in person on an international conference since the beginning of the pandemic. Three colleagues traveled to Finland to take part in the 23rd Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP).

After more than one year, we finally opened our premises for students! This means that from now on, students may use the PCs in the student's lab on the 5th floor and in the lab room on the 6th floor. In addition, we hope to be able to have live lectures again in the lecture hall on the 5th floor be...

In July, we hopefully finished the last semester under Corona conditions. We really hope and wish that in the next semester, we can welcome you, the students, back at our chair and in our lectures! Additionally, as a special activity, we would like to mention that we actively took part in the las...

From now on, there will be a regular post on the latest news from the LMS. In this first post we report from our activites on international conferences and we say hello to our new co-workers. Although we are still in times of a pandemic, we visited various conferences in June. We virtually took p...