School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Dr Rebecca Stewart



Telephone: +44 20 7882 3067
Room Number: Engineering, Eng E103


Interactive Digital Multimedia Techniques (Postgraduate)

This is a Master's level course in developing real-time interactive digital media systems. The course will focus on graphics and sound programming, with a secondary emphasis on basic electronic hardware design for sensors and human-computer interfaces. The course will employ widely-used development environments including Arduino, Processing Max/MSP and Jitter, Processing. Course material will be delivered through a combination of lectures, interactive lab sessions, and individual/group exercises (both in and out of class). Generally speaking, each class period will consist of a combination of lecture and interactive lab session.

Real-Time DSP (Postgraduate/Undergraduate)

This module will provide training in the use of the latest programmable DSP devices. The module is examined entirely through coursework. Students will use TI DSP chips to undertake various exercises and projects. The module will also cover: * Introdution to Real Time DSP Systems * Basic CPU Architecture * The TI C6xxx Architecture * Introduction to Code Composer Studio * Coding numerical issues


Research Interests:

  • Wearable sensors and actuators
  • E-textiles
  • Wearable technology for arts performance
  • Audio signal processing
  • Spatial audio¬†