Image and Multidimensional Signal Processing Laboratory (IMSIP)

Overview

  • Located in Photonics 309
  • Open to graduate student research

Description

This laboratory serves graduate instructional needs of the department in the areas of multidimensional signal processing (including image and video processing), statistical signal processing, pattern recognition, as well as earth and space sciences. The laboratory provides advanced computational resources and associated software packages. Fast, dual processor workstations connected through a gigabit network form a computational backbone while high-capacity monochrome and color printers serve the hardcopy needs. State-of-the-art processing and optimization software is available. This laboratory was developed with funds from the National Science Foundation, and is currently being upgraded with departmental funds.

Operating System

  • Windows XP and BU Linux dual boot

Hardware

  • 13 Dell Precision 450 workstations
    • 4GB ram
    • Dual 3.2GHz Xeon processors
    • 19″ 1280×1024 Dell monitors
  • HP 8100DN LaserJet printer
  • HP 5500DN Color LaserJet printer

Software

  • Linux and Window XP Dual boot
  • Matlab/Simulink

Faculty

Konrad, Karl

Contact Staff

Goebel, Hamdi