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Special Lecture: 10 March 2015: Our recent work related to the design of filter banks with uncertainty considerations

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IEEE SIGNAL PROCESSING SOCIETY, BANGALORE CHAPTER

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DEPARTMENT OF ECE, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE

2015 – SPECIAL LECTURE – 2

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Dear All:

Speaker: Prof. V. M. Gadre, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
Title: Our recent work related to the design of filter banks with uncertainty considerations

Date/time: Tuesday, 10th March 2015, 3pm (coffee/tea at 2.45pm)
Venue: ECE GJH

Abstract: Two band filter banks have typically been designed with passband and stopband considerations and there is scant work on designing them with the uncertainty criterion. In this talk, we present some of the work that we have done in designing the two band filter bank with the uncertainty principle as a criterion.

Bio: Prof. Vikram Gadre received his Ph. D in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in 1994, and thereafter has been working at IIT Bombay. He is currently the head of Centre for Distance Engineering Education. His research areas are communication and signal processing. He has taught 16 courses like signals and systems, control systems. He received ‘Excellence in Teaching’ award from IIT Bombay in 1999, 2004, and 2009. He has guided sponsored research projects for organizations like Tata Infotech, Texas Instruments, and 9 PhD, 65 M.Tech and Dual Degree, and 45 B.Tech projects. He has authored two books and has published 60 conference proceedings, 23 journal papers, and chapters in edited monographs.

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