SIPL – Signal and Image Processing Lab

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Research and Teaching Laboratory

The Signal and Image processing Lab (SIPL) was established in 1975 in the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Technion. It has been active since in research and teaching in a wide range of signal processing topics. Particularly, in the development and implementation of algorithms for processing speech, audio, image, video, physiological signals, point clouds, and more, widely  using machine learning, and particularly deep learning. Many dozens of graduate students have since completed their research in the lab. In addition, over 100 undergraduate senior year students perform experiments and projects in the lab each year – many of them in collaboration with industry. SIPL has been involved through the years in many aspects and applications of signal processing and has provided its graduates an opportunity to gain experience in the field – through projects and research. In addition to its educational role, the research and projects carried out in the lab have directly contributed to the flourishing hi-tech industry in Israel. The activity of the lab was often driven by the needs of the science-based industry and we believe that it had an impact beyond the local scene. Certainly, the research and projects carried out in the lab kept it in the forefront of the activity in the field.

Meyer, 5th floor (511, 518)

Lab’s Engineer: Nimrod Peleg

Lab’s website

The SIPL laboratory includes 2 research laboratories:

Faculty Members

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