Gatis Gaigals is a researcher at the Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (EDI) since 2018. He graduated Riga Technical University (Riga, Latvia) as a radio engineer and Ventspils University College, where he obtained a master’s degree in computer science.
Has been involved in projects related to real-time signal processing and radio astronomy data processing, development of management and control systems, development of data transmission and radiolink modules, real-time multi-channel data processing. Competence in simulation, modeling, testing and validation of ICT systems in LabVIEW and Matlab; knowledge of specialized EDA software: CADSTAR, KiCAD, ISIS/ARES, CST Studio, QUCS; C, C#, Perl, Python, SQL, VHDL programming skills, as well as skills in algorithm development for GPU; CPU/uC programming skills in low level languages on Arduino, Linux, Windows and VxWorks platforms.
Scientific interest in real-time multichannel data capture and processing. Author and co-author of more than 10 scientific articles.
- AI-based analysis of multi-static UWB-IR radar signals for non-destructive estimation of materials and structure (MIRSA)
- Advancing fail-aware, fail-safe, and fail-operational electronic components, systems, and architectures for highly and fully automated driving to make future mobility safer, more efficient, affordable, and end-user acceptable (AUTODRIVE) #H2020
- Contactless ice thickness measurement device (EDI-ICE) #ESIF
- Multidimensional room and area scanning system. (TADSS) #ESIF
- Ultra-wideband impulse radar Sensor (UPIRS) #ESIF
- V.Aristovs, G.Gaigals, G.Supols, E.Lobanovs, V.Riekstins, V.Zujs. 23 Apr 2021. "Ultra-Wideband Pulse Radar with Discrete Stroboscopic Receiver for Detection of Small Targets Behind Dielectric Obstacles", Transport and Telecommunication Journal, Volume 22, no. 2, pp.196-206, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/ttj-2021-0015
- Vaviļina, E., G. Gaigals. "Highly Reconfigurable Beamformer Stimulus Generator." Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences 55.1, 53-63, 2018.