Highlights of the Institute of Theory of Electrical Engineering, Measurement and Information Systems

Processing and analysis of selected biosignals

Research areas include: brain-computer interfaces (BCI), neurofeedback, detection and classification of emotions, diagnostics of medical signals (EEG, iEEG, EKG), localization of epileptigenic zone in brain.

Computer Graphics and Human Computer Interaction

Research focuses on the use of elements of computer graphics and new image processing methods to build human-computer interfaces. The use of a wide range of tools from various disciplines gives the opportunity to study unconventional methods of communication including virtual reality. Research is also conducted on the measurement and evaluation of the effects of optical radiation on human (evaluation of glare from both objective and subjective side). These studies are conducted in collaboration with the Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute (CIOP-PIB).

Electromagnetic Immunity Tests Design

The main purpose of our research is to use sophisticated electromagnetic field simulations to aid process of designing specialized equipment for Electromagnetic Compatibility immunity tests. We specialize in computer simulations aimed at designing GTEM chambers, striplines and generators for NEMP simulators.

Radiotherapy Doses Planning

The team of researchers in collaboration with The Maria Skłodowska Curie Memorial Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology develops software system and algorithms for parallized cluster supported radiotherapy doses planning software based on full Monte-Carlo approach. The software currently focuses on development of beamlet based datasets needed for optimization fluences optimization in IMRT. The team also supports the collaboration between medical and optimization researches staff from Polish Academy of Sciences by development and hosting of a dedicated collaborative system for large datasets sharing.