Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Science Building, Room 402
The University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712 USA
Voice: +1-512-471-6500 Fax: +1-512-471-6512

The Embedded Signal Processing Laboratory (ESPL) is directed by Prof. Brian L. Evans and consists of nine graduate students. ESPL conducts research in embedded real-time signal processing for communication systems and image processing systems. ESPL is affiliated with the interdepartmental Center for Perceptual Systems and Wireless Networking and Communications Group.

ESPL Student Members

Hugo Andrade electronic design automation patterns of reliability for highly parallel systems
Jinseok Choi signal/image processing cloud radio access networks
Marcus DeYoung statistical signal processing interference modeling and mitigation
Debarati Kundu image/video processing visual quality assessment of synthetic 3D objects
Yousof Mortazavi digitally enhanced analog circuits time-based analog-to-digital converters
Karl Nieman statistical signal processing very large receive arrays, interference modeling and mitigation, and smart grid communications
Ghadi Sebaali statistical signal processing energy efficient signal processing for smart grid networks

Doctoral Graduates


Communication Systems Research Projects: Interference Mitigation - Multi-Antenna Communications - Powerline communications

Image/Video Processing Research Projects: Smart Phone Video Acqusition

Electronic Design Automation Research Projects: Multicore computing

Seminars: Wireless Networking and Communications - Perceptual Systems

Group: computing - meetings - students - publications

Conferences: computer - signal processing

Info: dissertation tips - updating ESPL Web pages - words of wisdom


Administered by Prof. Brian L. Evans bevans@ece.utexas.edu