SAMI group is concerned with fundamental and applied research in biomedical engineering. Our main scope of interest focus on speech, biological signals, digital signal processing and machine learning with background in neurology, phoniatry, speech therapy and physiology.
SAMI group supports the quantitative multidisciplionarity and the research results are part of projects solved in collaboration with University Hospitals. The findings lead to a deeper understanding and are used in the diagnosis and evaluation of treatment.
SAMI group was established in 2010 by Roman Čmejla with longstanding involvement of the analyses and processing of digital signals.
NEW! Journal paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (February 2019)
NEW! Journal paper accepted in Neurological Sciences (January 2019)
NEW! Roman Čmejla received grant funding by Czech Science Foundation for the project Population standard of acoustic-phonetic characteristics in children's speech (December 2018)
NEW! Jan Rusz won the 3rd prize of the Henneruv nadační fond (December 2018)
NEW! Journal paper accepted in highly prestigious journal Nature Neuroscience (November 2018)
Journal paper accepted in Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (November 2018)
Journal paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (September 2018)
Journal paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (June 2018)
Journal paper accepted in Journal of Sleep Research (June 2018)
Review paper accepted in Frontiers in Neurology (May 2018)
Paper accepted in prestigious journal Brain Stimulation (March 2018)
Journal paper accepted in Frontiers in Neurology (March 2018)
Jan Hlavnička won the 1st prize of the Henneruv nadační fond (December 2017)
SAMI group received grant by Michael J. Fox Foundation and has unique opportunity to contribute to preclinical diagnosis of Parkinson's disease via speech analysis (2017)
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Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Department of Circuit Theory
Technicka 2, 166 27 Prague 6, Czech Republic
Phone: +420 2435 2236, e-mail: cmejla at fel.cvut.cz