Research group - Smart Automatic Control Systems

Computational intellect methods are applied to various problems, requiring analysis of large data sets, image processing, and machine learning. The focus of the research group is on using computational intellect methods in modelling and controlling biotechnological processes as well as other complex systems. Hybrid mathematical models, real time process evaluation and correction, adaptive control algorithms are the areas of expertise of the research group, especially in the field of cultivating stem cell and other cultures. Other notable research topics include various systems for the disabled using eye movement tracking, image processing, robot navigation and others, where advanced computational intellect methods can be successfully applied. Various automated systems, including those intended for disabled people are being developed as well. Research is conducted for voice and gestures controlled systems that are able of moving independently without colliding. Industry oriented projects include fast and precise automated sorting lines. This group is also interested in devices which utilise eye movements for control or data gathering.

Research Priority Areas Smart Enviroments and Information Technologies
Lithuanian Smart Specialization Areas and Priorities New production processes, materials and technologies



Research projects

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