|Position:||Lecturer, School of Engineering|
James Philp is a lecturer and researcher with the Robert Gordon University's School of Engineering since 2011. James first started as an undergraduate studying Electronic and Communications Engineering, and got his MEng in 2007. His current research interests include acoustic communications, digital signal processing, multimedia compression and Computer-based Instrumentation.
James M. Philp, C. Sampath Kannangara, Maja Bystrom, Manuel de-Frutos-López, Iain E. Garden Richardson: Decoder Description Syntax for fully configurable video coding. ICIP 2009: 769-772 Iain E. Garden Richardson, C. Sampath Kannangara, Maja Bystrom, James M. Philp, Manuel de-Frutos-López: Implementing Fully Configurable Video Coding. ICIP 2009: 765-768
C. Sampath Kannangara, James M. Philp, Iain E. Garden Richardson, Maja Bystrom, Manuel de-Frutos-Lépez: A Syntax for Defining, Communicating, and Implementing Video Decoder Function and Structure. IEEE Trans. Circuits Syst. Video Techn. 20(9): 1176-1186 (2010)