Information Processing Group


Welcome to the homepage for the Information Processing Group at the University of Utah. Led by Professor V. John Mathews, the Group is actively involved in research on adaptive and nonlinear systems, perceptually-tuned signal processing, and the applications of information/signal processing algorithms in neural engineering and biomedicine, communication systems, aerospace, audio processing and image processing. Please explore the various links on this page to learn more about the Group's activities.

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Utah team starts work on HAPTIX research

DARPA has awarded a Phase 1 contract through its Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) p[...]

Jingru Zhou to present at ICASSP 2015

Jingru Zhou's paper, "Impact location estimation in anisotropic media," co-authored with Professors [...]

Professor Mathews selected for the 2014 SPS Meritorious Service Award

Professor Mathews was selected for the 2014 IEEE Signal Processing Society Meritorious Service Award[...]

Professor Mathews gives plenary talk in Kyoto, Japan

Professor Mathews gave a plenary talk entitled "Signal Processing for Structural Health Monitoring,'[...]

Professors Meek and Mathews awarded new NSF Grant

A three year NSF grant on "Biologically-inspired, hybrid quadruped robot control" was awarded to Pro[...]