Dr Adrian Ambroze
Lecturer in Digital Communication Engineering
School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science & Engineering)
MEng/BEng/BSc/MSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering Programme Manager
Admissions/Recruitment Tutor with ESEO Angers at Undergraduate and MSc level
Module leader for ELEC140, ELEC142, ELEC238, ELEC239, ELEC518 and participate in the delivery of the ELEC143 Immersive Module.
I am currently supervise 11 PhD students.
PhD in Digital Communications, University of Plymouth (2000)
BEng Communication Engineering (First Class Hons) Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania (1996)
MIEEE (Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Enginners)
Roles on external bodies
IEEE Transactions on Communications
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
IEEE Signal Processing Letters
IET Proceedings Vision and Image Processing
IET Proceedings Communications.
I teach telecommunications systems principles, coding and information theory to undergraduate and MSc students,
ELEC518: Digital And Wireless Communications (S1, EEE programme, MSc) *
ELEC238/239: Communication Systems (S1, EEE Stage 2) *
ELEC140/142: Digital Electronics (S2, EEE/Robotics Stage 1) *
ELEC143: EEE/Robotics Immersive Module (S1, EEE/Robotics Stage 1)
* Module Leader
Source and Channel Coding, Coding with Side Information, Information and Coding Theory.
Lossless Data Compression, correlated source coding (Slepian-Wolf and Wiener-Ziv practical code design).
Signal Processing (particularly for communications, image and video processing)
Satellite and wireless communications as applications of signal processing, coding and modulation design.
Communications channels, practical code design and theoretical limits (AWGN, Erasure, BSC and Side-Information AWGN channels, broadcast and distributed source coding)
Watermarking as hidden communications with side information at the transmitter
Grants & contracts
2017: Team Member EU Marie Curie Grant, AiPBAND - An Integrated Platform for Developing Brain Cancer Diagnostic Techniques (Euro 3.7 Million).
2012: Display Data Image Compression, value £14,000.
UoP: Aetheric Consultancy, value £10,000.
KTP Bombardier Transportation, Coded Track Circuit, 2006-2008, value £92,626.
2005-2007 : Project Leader (3 member team), UoPE TRL Project :
Digital Video Compression with Low Latency (DSP implementation): value £32,000.
Digital Video Compression with Low Latency (feasibility study) : value £24,000.
- Centre for Security, Communications and Network Research (CSCAN)
Key publications are highlightedJournals