Welcome to the web page for the Signal Processing Group

Signal Processing Group Skating day in 2023

SPG Members and alums at our recent outdoor skating event

Our lab explores how signals convey information through and about the environment.  Our main focus is on underwater acoustic signals and arrays, and how we can extract, interpret and embed information in underwater sound.   We study both manmade sounds and animal sounds, including those made by marine mammals to navigate and communicate in the underwater environment.  Sometimes we get distracted by interesting biomedical signal processing problems like arrays of strain sensing gels and MRI sequence design.

The lab is led by Prof. John Buck in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UMass Dartmouth.

Visit Research and Publications for more information about our projects.



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