Digital Signal Processing Lab


Lab Name and Affiliation

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur 721302, WB, INDIA

Lab Director (or Principal Investigator)

Mrityunjoy Chakraborty (the lab director) obtained Bachelor of Engg. from Jadavpur university, Calcutta, Master of Technology from IIT, Kanpur and Ph.D. from IIT, Delhi. He joined IIT, Kharagpur as a faculty member in 1994, where he currently holds the position of a professor in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engg. The teaching and research interests of Prof. Chakraborty are in Digital and Adaptive Signal Processing, VLSI Signal Processing, Linear Algebra and DSP applications in Wireless Communications. In these areas, Prof. Chakraborty has supervised several graduate theses, carried out independent research and has several well cited publications.

Prof. Chakraborty has been an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, part I (2004-2007, 2010-2012) and part II (2008-2009), apart from being an elected member of the DSP Technical Committee (TC) of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, a guest editor of the EURASIP JASP (special issue) and a TPC member of ISCAS (2011-2014), ICC (2007-2011) and Globecom (2008-2011). Prof. Chakraborty is a co-founder of the APSIPA, has been a member of the APSIPA steering committee and also, served as the chair of the APSIPA TC on Signal and Information Processing Theory and Methods (SIPTM). He has also been the general chair and also the TPC chair of the National Conference on Communications (2012)

Prof. Chakraborty is a fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) and also a fellow of the IETE . He has recently been selected as a distinguished lecturer (2012-2013) of the APSIPA.

Lab Introduction

The DSP lab, led by Prof. Mrityunjoy Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur has a dual role to play. At the basic level, it acts as an instruction lab, where mostly the undergraduate students carry out DSP based experiments using state of the art DSP processors and also FPGA boards. At another level, it is a graduate lab, engaging in Ph.D. and Masters research in various frontiers of signal processing. The lab also organizes certain specialized short term courses regularly for industry personnel and also for teachers from other institutions. Further, it also carries out challenging sponsored projects and industrial consultancies regularly.
Research Topics :
E Adaptive Filters : Algorithm, Analysis and Architecture.
E VLSI Signal Processing : Architectural Optimization for High Throughput and / or Low power Realization of DSP Algorithms.
E Compressive Sensing and Sparse Signal Processing
E Signal Processing for Wireless Communication

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