Signal Processing Laboratory 5.

LTS5 is a group of researchers led by Prof. Jean-Philippe Thiran, working at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland.

Welcome to the LTS5

Our main research topics at LTS5 are:


Image analysis  :
image registration, image segmentation, object detection and tracking, behavioural models, including facial image analysis and eye tracking 

Medical image anaylsis :
Diffusion MR image analysis: from raw data to global brain connectivity analysis 
Ultrasound imaging: advanced acquisition and reconstruction of 2D and 3D ultrasound images 

Multimodal signal processing



Our news

© 2021 EPFL

Professor Atienza appointed Editor-in-Chief of IEEE TCAD

— Professor David Atienza, Head of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) at EPFL’s School of Engineering, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief by the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) for their flagship publication, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (TCAD), for the term 2022-2023.

R2T2 project was launched in 2015 as a way to encourage students to take an interest in STEM. © Ramiz Morina, EPFL 2021 EPFL

“Mars Mission” attracts more than 700 students from around the world

— The R2T2 Mars Mission is an educational project developed at EPFL for grade-school and high-school classes that use the Thymio robot. A total of 180 teams have signed on to the project, which is teaching the students a variety of new skills.

© 2018 EPFL

Large visibility for our project on machine vision with Cortexia

— EPFL-LTS5 researchers have come up with a fact-based system to measure urban cleanliness. Municipal authorities will now be able to draw on objective assessments when planning their street cleaning – a sector with multi-million-franc budgets.

© 2017 EPFL

New paper on connectomics published in Nature communications

— The paper on "The challenge of mapping the human connectome based on diffusion tractography" has been published in Nature Communications. This paper is the result of a large international challenge gathering the main groups active in brain connectivity anaylsis by diffusion MRI. Eight members of the EPFL-LTS5 are among the authors of this important paper. 

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Signal Processing Laboratory (LTS5)
EPFL-STI-IEL-LTS5
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne
Switzerland