The Institute of Electronics was founded in 1973. We have a long lasting expertise in designing and prototyping electronic systems with special emphasis on signal/image processing and analysis, real time DSP implementations, and pattern recognition.
Our current research activities concentrate on:
- biomedical signal and image analysis,
- medical electronics,
- human computer-interaction,
- wearable computing,
The Institute employs 51 academic staff, including 8 professors, who supervise the research of 16 PhD students and offer the lectures, seminars and workshops in Polish and English. The Institute regularly takes part in international cooperation programmes – COST, 7FP, Erasmus LLP, bilateral. We closely collaborate with industrial partners: Microsoft, Orange, PiProject, Satel, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Texas Instruments, TME, TomTom.
Since 2003 the Institute has been located in a redesigned and renewed XIX-th century F.W. Schweikert wool mill.