Media Communication Research Group
The Centre for Media Communications Research pulls together peer recognised expertise within Electronic and Computer Engineering at Brunel in order to conduct, promote and disseminate world-class research in the area of Media Communications systems.
The Centre integrates the research efforts and expertise of eleven academics and over forty researchers aiming to establish a nationally leading and internationally competent world force in this expanding area of technology. Some of the integrated researchers are internationally recognised authorities in their respective fields of research and possess a long track record of research income generation and high-quality publications.
The Centre boasts state of the art facilities in the Media Laboratory in the Michael Sterling building. The Media Lab houses most of the Centre’s researchers and provides a home to a major part of the centre research activities and showcases its work.
Research at the Centre focuses on the following themes: Image/video compression; Visual media processing; 3D Imaging technologies; Speech/audio processing and recognition; Media search and retrieval; Real-time signal processing; Networked media systems; Media transport and delivery over heterogeneous networks; Virtual/augmented reality technologies.
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Brunel University, Uxbridge and London