Telim is part of the Laboratory for Signal and Image Exploitation [INTELSIG].
The INTELSIG research unit of the EECS Department, University of Liège, is concerned with the acquisition, processing, and exploitation of signals occurring in a variety of contexts and applications. Examples of signals of interest to us are acoustical signals, static images, video sequences, radar signals, and medical imagery. Examples of applications of interest include prediction of acoustical characteristics in architectural design, videosurveillance, automatic analysis of sports TV broadcasts, autonomous robotics, gestural human-computer interaction, radar space-time adaptive processing, and image-guided surgery.
SITEL is a Belgian non-profit association regrouping hundreds of engineers in electronics and telecommunications. Its main task is to contribute to the continued
education of its members. To that purpose, SITEL regularly organizes conferences and evening lectures. SITEL is also responsible for publishing the quarterly
review Revue HF Tijdschrift which mainly contains Belgian publications about telecommunications, electronics and computer science. As a national organization,
SITEL wants to create links between all Belgian engineers working in the field of electronics, telecommunications and computer science. We want to promote the flow
of information and possibly encourage a synergy between companies and universities. Therefore, the SITEL Board of Directors is composed of representatives of the
Belgian electronics and telecommunications industry as well as of professors from all engineering faculties in Belgium.