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The Department of Signals, Systems and Radiocommunications (SSR) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) was created in 1987 within the framework of the University Reform Law integrating research groups of the ETSI of Telecommunications of the UPM that work in the areas of communications, radio technologies and signal processing.

The quality of the cutting-edge research carried out and the active leadership of the members of the SSR have been key factors in the industrial innovation and competitiveness of the ICT sector in Spain. The SSR Department leads extensive collaboration with companies in the industry working together with private and public organizations. This intense relationship, which is a hallmark of the department, helps us to identify and address real and relevant problems for the digital society.


Signals and multimedia


Data science



Providing undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs of the highest level aimed at university students and professionals.


Developing cutting-edge scientific and technical research with the aim of generating knowledge, productive industrial activity and quality of life, contributing to the sustainable development of a more prosperous and equitable society in resources and information.


Promoting the vocation of excellence and a critical sense in the creation, transfer and dissemination of science, technology and culture.

El ssr en números

Research projects +4M€/year

High-impact publications +130/year

Graduated PhDs +10/year


Bachelor Theses

Desarrollo y aplicación de métodos de optimización de diagramas de radiación de arrays de antenas.

Responsable: Miguel Á. González de Aza [miguelangel.gonzalez@upm.es] El objetivo de este trabajo es el desarrollo y aplicación de algoritmos para la optimización y síntesis de diagramas de radiación de arrays de antenas. Se desarrollarán herramientas software en entorno matlab que implementen distintas estrategias de optimización de forma individual o combinada de la alimentación (amplitud y/o…

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