Dr Jaime Zabalza

Research Fellow

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Personal statement

Jaime joined the Centre for Signal and Image Processing (CeSIP) to undertake a MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2011 and a PhD in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (2012-2015).

He has been a Research Associate since April 2018. Previously, he took a number of research positions at the Universitat Jaume I, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia and the Energy Technological Institute in Spain.

Expertise

Has expertise in:

    Digital Signal Processing

    Artificial Intelligence

    Machine Learning

    Software Engineering

    Robotics

    MATLAB, C/C#/C++

Prizes and awards

IEEE Brain Data Bank Challenges and Competitions
Recipient
8/7/2018
IEEE Brain Data Bank Challenges and Competitions
Recipient
31/10/2017
IET V&I Best PhD Thesis Award (only one in UK per year)
Recipient
12/2016

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Qualifications

PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (2012-2015)

MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (2011-2012)

MAS in Electrical Technology (2008-2010)

MEng in Industrial Engineering (2000-2005)

PGCert in Researcher Professional Development (2015)

Spanish Chartered Industrial Engineer (COIICV - 5288)

Publications

A novel intelligent computational approach to model epidemiological trends and assess the impact of non-pharmacological interventions for COVID-19
Ren Jinchang, Yan Yijun, Zhao Huimin, Ma Ping, Zabalza Jaime, Hussain Zain, Luo Shaoming, Dai Qingyun, Zhao Sophia, Sheikh Aziz, Hussain Amir
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics Vol 24, pp. 3551-3563 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1109/JBHI.2020.3027987
A novel spectral-spatial singular spectrum analysis technique for near real-time in-situ feature extraction in hyperspectral imaging
Fu Hang, Sun Genyun, Zabalza Jaime, Zhang Aizhu, Ren Jinchang, Jia Xiuping
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing Vol 13, pp. 2214-2225 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1109/JSTARS.2020.2992230
Embedded product authentication codes in additive manufactured parts : imaging and image processing for improved scan ability
Chen Fei, Zabalza Jaime, Murray Paul, Marshall Stephen, Yu Jian, Gupta Nikhil
Additive Manufacturing (2020)
Adaptive distance-based band hierarchy (ADBH) for effective hyperspectral band selection
Sun He, Ren Jinchang, Zhao Huimin, Sun Genyun, Liao Wenzhi, Fang Zhenyu, Zabalza Jaime
IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1109/TCYB.2020.2977750
Low cost structured-light based 3D surface reconstruction
Yan Yijun, Assaad Maher, Zabalza Jaime, Ren Jinchang, Zhao Huimin
International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems Vol 12 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.21307/ijssis-2019-002
EEG-based brain-computer interfaces using motor-imagery : techniques and challenges
Padfield Natasha, Zabalza Jaime, Zhao Huimin, Vargas Valentin Masero, Ren Jinchang
Sensors Vol 19 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.3390/s19061423

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Teaching

Jaime looks after Small Group Tutorials, providing additional academic and general support to first-year students. He has also taught a course: "Signals and Systems" in Jilin, China.

Research interests

Signal and image processing. machine learning, artificial intelligence, data mining, deep learning, big data, hyperspectral imaging. remote sensing, computer vision 2D/3D, robotics, object detection and tracking, non-destructive inspection, condition monitoring, image stitching, smart manufacturing, human-computer interaction.

Professional activities

Remote Sensing (Journal)
Peer reviewer
2020
MPhil Convener
Examiner
1/2020
Remote Sensing (Journal)
Guest editor
2020
Beijing University of Technology
Visiting researcher
11/4/2019
Northeast Electric Power University
Visiting researcher
1/4/2019
Demos on robotically enabled sensing and novel robot control for dynamic environments
Consultant
12/3/2019

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Projects

Remote Inspection of SNM cans GC_253
Murray, Paul (Principal Investigator) MacLeod, Charles Norman (Co-investigator) Marshall, Stephen (Co-investigator) Ren, Jinchang (Co-investigator) Zabalza, Jaime (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2020
Image Processing for Enhanced Visual Inspection of Nuclear Waste Packages GC142 Phase 2
Murray, Paul (Principal Investigator) Marshall, Stephen (Co-investigator) Ren, Jinchang (Co-investigator) West, Graeme (Co-investigator) Zabalza, Jaime (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 30-Jan-2021
Oilfield data processing
Murray, Paul (Principal Investigator) Campbell, Andrew John (Co-investigator) Marshall, Stephen (Co-investigator) Ren, Jinchang (Co-investigator) Zabalza, Jaime (Co-investigator)
22-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2019
Flexible and Intelligent Path Planning and Control of Industrial Robots towards Autonomous Hot Forging in the Digital Manufacturing Age
Yan, Yijun (Researcher) Mineo, Carmelo (Co-investigator) Yang, Erfu (Principal Investigator) Mehnen, Jorn (Co-investigator) Zabalza, Jaime (Researcher) Fei, Zixiang (Researcher) Wong, Cuebong (Researcher)
The proposed project aims to enhance the autonomous manufacturing capability of UK industry in metal forming and forging. The project brings together two departments of the University of Strathclyde, namely DMEM and EEE. It augments this knowledge with the experts of Strathclyde’s global strategic partner Nanyang Technology University (NTU, Singapore). With Industry 4.0 being currently widely acknowledged as a key driver of industrial advancement, a strong technologic shift has become apparent within industry to move towards both, more intelligence and more autonomy. Currently, hot forging and forming has benefitted only little from this shift beyond traditional automation. There is a vast opportunity to systematically transform the inherently challenging technologies, namely forming and forging into truly smart and flexible manufacturing systems.
The AFRC offers an outstanding practical background for the applied transformation of Industry 4.0 theories. This project aims at delivering practical demonstrators at TRL 6 through implementing advanced knowledge into intelligent robot behaviour and simulation environments for robotic manipulation and flexible automation into the hot forging area considering the “living” and “dirty” environment of such industries, which requires the consideration of humans, hazardous, dynamic, hot and noisy conditions which did not experience much smart automation yet.
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2018

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Address

Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Royal College Building

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