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Research at the department ELEC
"ELEC" stands for "Fundamental Electricity and Instrumentation" (in dutch: "Algemene Elektriciteit en Instrumentatie") and the name corresponds with the educational and research tasks and objectives of the department. The main research activity of the department is the development of new measurement techniques using advanced signal processing methods, embedded in an identification framework.
There are no formal research groups in the department ELEC. There are 3 research teams that cooperate intensively with each other.
Team A: Data driven modeling (Rik Pintelon)
Team B: Applied signal processing for engineering, telecommunications and Microwave systems (Gerd Vandersteen, Yves Rolain and Leo Van Biesen)
Team C: Structured low-rank approximation (Ivan Markovsky)
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