Electrical and Computer Engineering Facilities
- Advanced Multidimensional Signal Processing Lab
This Laboratory is located in 6th floor of Walter Light Hall in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's University, at Kingston.
- Computer Architecture Lab
The research in the laboratory is supported by a Sun Blade 2000 server and two Sun Fire multiprocessor servers, several Sun Ultra workstations, a 8-node Linux cluster with a mixture of dual- and quad-core processors.
The Queen’s Centre for Energy and Power Electronics Research (ePOWER) brings together academic and industrial researchers to develop a broad range of applications and expertise, from power transmission to alternative energy, to power consumption to power application-specific integrated circuits.
- Gigahertz Integrated Circuits Lab
Important sectors of the economy are becoming fundamentally dependent on wireless technology in a manner that they were not before. This trend is exemplified by the massive investments that automotive companies are making in wireless technology research and development.
- Information Processing and Communication Lab
The Queen's Laboratory for Advanced Wireless Networks conducts cutting-edge research and development on advanced aspects of wireless and mobile networks and communications. More information is available through the navigation bar located on the left.
- Lightwave Systems Research Lab
The realization of suitable high-speed digital-to-analog converters, analog-to-digital converters, and digital signal processors has allowed advanced signal processing to offer substantial improvements in the performance and functionality of fiber-optic communication systems.
- Multimedia Coding and Communications Lab
Mc2L researchers perform analysis and modeling, and develop algorithms and realization architectures, for processing (coding, enhancing, understanding) speech, multimedia, and other information-bearing signals
- Parallel Processing Research Lab
The Parallel Processing Research Laboratory is equipped with the state-of-the-art computing, networking, and accelerator facilities. Our research laboratory is equipped with a number of clusters, located at WLH-702.
- Photonics and Networking Lab
The activities of the microelectronics, electromagnetics and photonics research (MEP) group are directed at design, modelling, and testing of devices and systems for communication systems. The group has a strong focus in the design of high-speed electronics, with three members working in this area.
- Robotics and Computer Vision Lab
The Robotics and Computer Vision Lab is a state-of-the-art research facility located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Co-directed by Dr. Michael Greenspan and Dr. Keyvan Hashtrudi-Zaad, and with over 20 graduate and undergraduate students, the lab conducts investigations into fundamental technologies in pose determination, object recognition, master-slave telerobotics, and haptic control.
- Very High Speed Circuits Group
The High Speed Circuits Group is composed of researchers interested in issues related to wireless technology and its impact on modern telecommunications systems, including the development of software and hardware for the implementation of high-speed electronic systems on Si, GaAs, InP and GaN.
- Wireless Communications and Signal Processing Lab
The Wireless Communications and Signal Processing Laboratory (WiSiP) is located of the 6th floor of Walter Light Hall in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's University.