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Master theses

Current and past ideas and concepts for Master Theses.

Real-time Acoustic Applications

Subject

Our research team has been working on real-time acoustic signal processing for several years now. As a result, a SoundCompass and an Acoustic Camera have been developed, providing real-time 2D and 3D sound field analysis respectively. New fully embedded gadgets are under development and several master thesis topics are available for motivated students.

Kind of work

The work to be done involves:

1.- Literature study
2.- Evaluation of the most interesting solutions
3.- Implementation of a novel solution
4.- Writing the thesis and preparing the public defense

Framework of the Thesis

Embedded Artificial Technical Industrial Applications - AITIA
http://aitiaproject.eu/

Examples of our gadgets:

M3-AC: A Multi-Mode Multithread SoC FPGA Based Acoustic Camera, https://www.mdpi.com/2079-9292/10/3/317
SoundCompass: A Distributed MEMS Microphone Array-Based Sensor for Sound Source Localization, https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/14/2/1918
A Multimode SoC FPGA-Based Acoustic Camera for Wireless Sensor Networks, https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/8449381

Number of Students

1

Expected Student Profile

• Interested in acoustics
• Interested in embedded systems and/or hardware accelerators.
• Experience with Python, C/C++ and/or Matlab programming languages.
• Motivated

Promotors

Mr. Abdellah Touhafi

+32 (0)2 629 3774

atouhafi@etrovub.be

more info

Prof. Bruno da Silva Gomes

+32 (0)2 629 3768

bdasilva@etrovub.be

more info

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