Digital Technology Group, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge

We are one of the research groups within the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.

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The Digital Technology Group (DTG) is a research group within the Computer Laboratory and is led by Professor Andy Hopper.

The DTG has a very wide area of expertise, its research scope ranging from system design, analysis and implementation at the physical level to development of novel devices and applications, an experience gained from a long history of applied research. As a distinctive feature, most projects within the group are also implemented in hardware and tested in real-world environments.

The research conducted within the Digital Technology Group is highly multi-disciplinary in nature.

The current research topics include Computing for the Future of the Planet, Indoor Location and Tracking, Athlete Automatic Coaching, OS Kernel Enhancement, Low-Power Microprocessor Design, Privacy Systems and Policies, Wireless Sensor Networks, Cross-Layer Wireless Access, Cooperative Networks, Wireless Propagation Models for Challenging Environments, Signal Processing for Wireless communications sparse sensing and machine learning and more.


Location info - Digital Technology Group

William Gates Building, University of Cambridge
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
United Kingdom

Tel: 01223 763500 - 01223 767026

Fax: 01223 334678

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