Professor in Data and Signal Processing System
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Communications and Information Systems
Signal processing | Deep neural networks | Error-tolerant computing | multimedia systems | Wireless protocols for low-end systems
Yiannis Andreopoulos obtained the Electrical Engineering Diploma and an MSc degree from the University of Patras, Patras, Greece. He obtained the PhD in Applied Sciences from the University of Brussels (Belgium) in May 2005. During 2002-2004, Dr Andreopoulos made several decisive contributions to the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11 (Moving Picture Experts Group – MPEG) committee in the early exploration on scalable video coding. During his post-doctoral work at the University of California Los Angeles (US), he performed research on cross-layer optimization of wireless media systems, video streaming, and theoretical aspects of rate-distortion-complexity modelling for multimedia stream processing systems. From Oct. 2006-Dec. 2007, he was Lecturer at the Electronic Engineering Department of Queen Mary University of London. Since Dec. 2007, he is with the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department of UCL, in 2018 he was made Professor in Data and Signal Processing Systems and is an academic member of the Communications and Information Systems Group.
Research interests: I am working in the fields of multimedia stream processing and coding, error-tolerant computing, signal processing & transform design, and wireless protocols for low-end systems (e.g. sensor networks).
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