Automated Information Processing Lab


The Automated Information Processing (AIP) Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez Campus has as main objective to conduct basic and applied research in the design and development of efficient rapid systems prototypes for digital electronics applications. Special attention is given to prototypes for digital vector testability for large scale digital designs, FPGA development for emulation and simulation of signal processing computing methods, and the development of Integer Representation-based CAD tools. Target applications include remote sense imaging circuits, coding and cryptography systems, wavelength division multiple-access (WDM) communications circuits, and other large scale computing applications in Signal Processing and Communications.

This research group is associated with newly created RASP Laboratory. A main mission of the RASP Laboratory is to enable graduate students acquire the necessary training, skills, expertise, and capabilities to conduct academic and industrial research work in the field of rapid prototyping digital-based systems, in general, and digital signal processing systems, in particular.


Dr. Domingo Rodríguez:



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