Andrea Ridolfi

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Short Bio
I am a professor of Signal Processing and Communication Technologies at Bern University of Applied Sciences. Since 2004 I hold a lecturer position at EPFL, teaching “Mathematical Principles of Signal Processing” (Doctoral School, 2004 – 2011), “Statistical Signal and Data Processing through Applications” (Master Program, (2004 – ongoing), and Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Digital Humanities (Master, 2017 – 2019, co-taught with Mathieu Salzmann). Previously, I have been working as Project Manager and R&D Engineer at EPFL (2011-2014), coordinating the LCAV activities within the NSF – Nanotera project Opensense, and as Project Manager and R&D Engineer with the biomedical signal processing group at CSEM (2006-2011).

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Enseignement & Phd

Enseignement

Communication Systems

Computer Science,Digital Humanities

Cours

Statistical signal and data processing through applications

Sur les bases du théorème d'échantillonnage, du filtrage et de la transformée de Fourier, on présente les techniques de modélisation stochastique, d'analyse spectrale, d'estimation et prédiction, de classification et de filtrage adaptatif, avec un approche orienté applications.