Welcome to the Simlab at Tufts University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering!
Our laboratory conducts research in simulation algorithms and signal processing for image enhancement under the direction of Principal Investigator Dr. Karen Panetta
Signal and Image Processing
- Encryption algorithm for information security
- Edge detection for real-time applications
- Recognition systems for threat objects
- Image restoration
- Qualitative measures for evaluating image enhancement
- Performance metrics for automatic algorithm parameter selection
- Non-reference measures for image reconstruction
Modeling and Simulation
- Fault simulation and VLSI test
- Multi-domain simulation for catastrophic system analysis
- Animation and modeling
Interested in Joining Simlab as a researcher?
- Simlab team members are funded through The National Science Foundation. Undergraduates are funded under the Research For Undergraduate Experience grant under Dr. Karen Panetta and graduate researchers are funded through the NSF and Industry Fellowships.
- Undergraduate Applicants must be enrolled in an electrical engineering, computer engineering or mechanical engineering program. Students must have at least 1 course in digital electronics.
- Graduate Applicants must be a U. S. Citizen and have a B.S. degree from an accredited engineering program.
- Experience with Matlab, RFID technology, Signal processing, VHDL, Verilog, C/C++ programming, VLSI Design and simulation are preferred. Excellent communication skills, written and oral are absolutely required.