John Qiang Gan
Professor in Intelligent Systems & Robotics
Intelligent systems and robotics, neurofuzzy systems, learning theory and algorithms, pattern recognition, signal and image processing, data mining, brain-computer interfaces, multimedia information retrieval, information fusion.
· SHOAL: Search and monitoring of Harmful contaminants, other pollutants and leaks in vessels in port using a swarm of robotic fish, funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission.
· Intelligent RoboChair, funded by The Royal Society.
· Building a Fast Biped Running Robot with Biologically-inspired Neuro-mechanical Design, funded by the RPF of Essex University.
[Demo1: Biped walking robot at Essex]
Prof. Gan has developed systems and software packages for visual tracking, OCR systems for handwritten document recognition and analysis, a software package for robotic arm control. He is keen to collaborate with industry in the areas of data analysis (mining), signal processing and image processing, robotics and intelligent control systems, preferably through the KTP programme.
CE804 Digital Signal Processing (2012-2013)
CC401/406 MSc Project and Dissertation (2002-2006)
1999-2012 University of Essex.
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