INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Reference number
CO/8620
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
Optical Telecommunication Fibre
Multistructured Optical Fibre
Polarization Optical Fibre Elements
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Laboratory of Microstructured Optical Fibres (LMOF) is a part of larger research facility, the Laboratory of Teleinformatic Technologies and Photonics within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. It is a facility where specialists pursue research on light propagation in optical photonic and hole fibers of varying geometry.

 

Measurements made in the laboratory comprise:

  • effective refractive index,

  • characteristics of waveguide and chromatic dispersion of microstructured fibres,

Reference number
CO/1442
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
e-learning
ontology
OWL
gamification
serious gaming
competence
management
knowledge management
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Computer Technology in Education Team is a research group focusing on IT applications in education for effective knowledge transfer, knowledge modelling or learning and teaching analytics.

 

Fields of expertise:

  • E-learning

  • Competence management and processing

  • Gamification and serious gaming in business

  • Modelling and analysis of different didactic processes

Reference number
CO/6807
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
software testing
multi-agent systems
time series prediction
unstructured information
data-mining
Big Data
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Computer Simulation Group (CSG) consists of specialists working within the Department of Software Engineering of the Faculty of Computer Science. ICSG’s research activities are mainly focused on the following topics:

  • Big Data analysis and knowledge extraction based on modern information technologies, programming platforms, and programming languages.

Reference number
CO/6406
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
Cognitive experiments
Neuromarketing
Emotion detection
EEG Signal processing
EEG analysis
Artifact reduction
Brain Computer Interface
BCI
SSVEP
Habituation
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Neuroanalysis Team is an interdisciplinary group of researchers engaged in EEG signal processing and analysis.

 

The main areas of research:

  • Conducting cognitive experiments with EEG recording.

  • Conducting experiments to test user perception of a given software.

  • Analysis of EEG data with artificial intelligence and statistical methods.

Reference number
CO/4846
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
data-mining
artificial intelligence
classification
regression
optimization
mathematical models of dynamic plants
learning and control algorithms
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Department of Methods of Artificial Intelligence and Applied Mathematics (DMAIAM) is an interdisciplinary group of specialists working within the Faculty of Computer Science. DMAIAM’s research activities are mainly focused on the following topics:

  • Data analysis and application of classifiers and regression models based on data (technical, economic, medical) - using standard methods and methods of artificial intelligence.

Reference number
CO/6378
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
dynamic systems modelling
predictive maintenance
condition monitoring
component based acausal modelling
model-based control
meta-modelling
model-based management
risk management
requirement management
functional safety
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Department of Control Engineering and Robotics (DCER) groups specialists skilled in designing and implementing complex control systems, specifically in:

  • modelling and simulation of processes;

  • identifying process model parameters;

  • synthesis of adaptive and predictive control algorithms in a single- and multivariable control systems in classical and resistant structures;

  • control systems design, including model-based design;

Reference number
CO/8567
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
programming
parallel computing
automatic parallelization
source-to-source compilers
loop nest tiling
scheduling
multi-threading
code quality
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Programming Techniques Group (PTG) is a part of Department of Software Engineering (DoSE). PTG’s research activities are mainly focused on the following topics:

  • Concurrent and parallel computing using the C/C++ language for numerical computation-intensive tasks.

  • Code locality optimization by means of better memory and cache use due to loop nest tiling.

Reference number
CO/9350
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
multimedia
image analysis
computer vision
image processing
vibroacoustics
ambiophonics
surround systems
signal processing
computer networks
ICT
motion capture
video tracking
applied computer science
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Department of Signal Processing and Multimedia Engineering (DSPME) groups academic researchers working on signal and image processing, multimedia, and on selected aspects of applied computer science. The DSPME research concerns primarily:

  • acoustics and signal processing (digital surround systems, audio conversion, vibroacoustic analysis, real-time signal processing using DSP and GPGPU solutions, spectral analysis);

Reference number
CO/3338
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
perception
eye tracking
eye trackers
perceptual experiments
experiments with eye trackers
graphics software development
3D Printing
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Computer Imaging Group consists of researchers and experts working at the Faculty of Computer Science of West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin. Our research interests address activities of the human visual system (HVS). We are especially interested in developing HVS perceptual models which explain fundamental behaviours of the human vision. Our recent research relates to:

Reference number
CO/2876
Type of partner
UNIVERSITY
Keywords
lean management
simulation
statistical process control, SPC
design of experiments, DOE
bottlenecks analysis
Industry
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

The Industry Engineering Group consist of scientists supporting companies in optimization of production processes. Modern production processes are becoming more and more complex, and customers require shorter time of order processing, with the highest quality and the lowest price. Consequently, optimization of production is extremely important. The rapid pace of changes does not allow technologists to spend time on in-depth process analysis. On the other hand, companies often have large amounts of data which could help them to take many important decisions.