Dr. Kaspars Ozols is a deputy director of development, as well as senior researcher at Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (EDI) where he leads teams of engineers and researchers.
He holds a Ph.D. in Electronics from Riga Technical University. He has been involved in various international projects related to development of novel data acquisition, transmission and signal processing methods and devices for different applications in the fields of transport, health, manufacturing, etc., including participation in 9 European joint research projects (in ARTEMIS, H2020, ECSEL, ERA-NET and COST programs).
Dr. Ozols has expertise in ICT system simulation, modelling, design, development, implementation, testing and validation. He's an author of 10 scientific articles. His research interests includes Cyber-Physical Systems, Signal Processing, Wireless Communications, Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things, Embedded and Low Power solutions, Artificial intelligence, robotics, Self-Driving/Autonomous cars, digitization of industry etc.
Dr. Kaspars Ozols is a recipient of the Latvian Academy of Sciences (LAS) award for one of the most significant achievements in Latvian science in 2018.