TCTS Lab Events

  • The lab is a member of euCOGNITION european network

  • The lab has now an expertise in computational attention and signal saliency.
    A free mouse-tracking website for visual attention applications and research was developed within the TCTS lab.

  • TCTS Lab is highly envolved in a great project about digital media arts called numediart.
    It is organized around three major R&D themes: HyFORGE (hypermedia navigation), COMEDIA (body and media), COPI (digital instrument making). It is performed as a series of short (3-months) projects, typically 3 or 4 of them in parallel, which are concluded by a 1-week "hands on" workshop.

  • Information Technology is a recently created research center dedicated to the study of information technology systems including telecommunications, electronics, computer science and signal processing applications.
    IT research topics include :
    • Electronics
    • Computer science
    • Telecommunication
    • Information processing, data analysis and decision
    • Multimedia signal processing

  • BioSyS is a recently created research center dedicated to the study of biological systems in general, including biomedical and biotechnological applications.
    BioSyS research topics include :
    • Bio-mechanics and optics
    • Bio-signal and image processing
    • Bio-chemical system analysis and bioprocess modelling optimization and control
    • Ecology and environment

  • TCTS Lab often takes part to vulgarization activities as the "Printemps des Sciences" to atract young students to studies in engineering. The 2006 mobilization was very important and its action was cited in the medias as you can see in radio and TV broadcast.
  • TCTS Lab organized and hosted in Mons the first European one-month workshop on natural interfaces: eNTERFACE 2005. The success of this initiative which will be renewed in 2006 in Dubrovnik, Croatia is shown by the number of articles but also radio and TV broadcast in the local and national media. 
  • In addition to collaborations with national academic or industrial partners (see our research projects), our lab is highly involved in the European research as a member of the SIMILAR European Network of Excellence which aims in creating human-machine interfaces similar to human-human communication.
  • TCTS & Multitel also organize regular seminars on various topics related to signal processing. These seminars are given by TCTS or Multitel researchers but also by invited researchers from other institutions in Belgium and all over the world. 
News: 10-01-2007TCTS Lab is a member of the new Information Technology Research Center of FPMs
News: 06-09-2007TCTS Lab and the IT research center recieved a 5 year grant for numerical arts within the Numédiart framework

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