- Facilities for biometric applications.
- EE 4780 - Introduction to Computer Vision
- EE 7730 - Image Analysis I
- EE 7740 - Image Analysis II
The Biometrics Lab was founded in 2005 by the late Dr. Jorge Aravena and Dr. Bahadir K. Gunturk. The lab was designed (i) to provide the students an environment to learn and research, (ii) to support existing courses, (iii) to improve the design content of the ECE curricula, and (iv) to provide the LSU faculty the tools to do research in the biometrics field. The Biometrics Lab includes commercial systems, software development kits, board-level development kits, and various other tools related to the biometrics technology.
The DSP Lab was initiated by Dr. Guoxiang Gu and is currently supervised jointly with Dr. Hsiao-Chun Wu. It supports both undergraduate and graduate teaching and research and provides students valuable design experience for real-time embedded algorithms in signal processing applications, such as adaptive filters, spectrum analysis, digital filter design, etc. The goal of the current DSP lab is the hands-on training and practice of the state-of-the-art DSP chip-set solutions. It houses six DSP processor stations each with computer setup connected to Texas Instruments TMS 320 C60-series real-time DSP platforms including software tools code composer and emulator and with A/D, D/A, microphones, signal generator and spectrum analyzers.