We conduct cutting-edge research in our labs, and the Biomedical Signal Analysis Laboratory is no exception.
This lab leads research and development of biometric devices to recognize fingerprint, face, iris, voice and handprint signatures. Through various faculty, you are exposed to research, and academics give you exposure to the medical, social and psychological aspects of disability and its remediation.
Our low student to faculty ratio allows our professors to get to know you as individuals. In turn, you gain experience in, and exposure to, world-class research in areas of vital importance. This unique quality of interaction between the faculty and students is the hallmark of a Clarkson educational experience and one of the main reasons that when you graduate, you will be well-prepared for positions of leadership, innovation and influence.