I am Aswin C. Sankaranarayanan, a research scientist in the DSP Group at ECE Department at Rice University. I work with Prof. Richard Baraniuk. Before this, I was a graduate student at the University of Maryland; with Prof. Rama Chellappa as my PhD advisor.

contact info
Duncan Hall, 1040,
6100 Main Street, MS 380,
Houston, TX 77005
email: saswin -at- rice -dot- edu
phone: 713-348-3579

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  1. Compressive sensing of high-dimensional visual signals
    UC-Riverside, CA, Nov. 2012

  2. Tutorial on video compressive sensing
    CVPR Short course/tutorial, Providence, RI, June 2012

  3. Recovering low rank and sparse matrices from compressive measurements
    SIAM Imaging Conference, Philadelphia, May 2012

  4. Sensing videos with spatial multiplexing cameras
    SIAM Imaging Conference, Philadelphia, May 2012

  5. CS-MUVI: Video compressive sensing of spatially multiplexing cameras
    ICCP, Seattle, WA, April 2012

  6. Low-dimensional sensing of high-dimensional visual signals
    CMU, Pittsburg, PA, March 2012

  7. Learning Manifolds in the Wild
    University of Delaware, Newark, DE, January 2012

  8. Learning Manifolds in the Wild
    Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, January 2012

  9. Video compressive sensing
    CAAM Seminar, Rice University, Houston, TX, October 2011

  10. Go with the flow: Optical flow-based transport operators for image manifolds
    University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, June 2011

  11. Compressive video sensing
    Keynote talk, CVPR OTBVS workshop, Colorado Springs, CO, June 2011

  12. Computational methods and models for multi-camera systems
    MERL, Cambridge, MA, April 2011

  13. Image invariants for Smooth Mirrors
    University of Maryland, College park, MD, October 2010

  14. Video compressive sensing
    MIT Media Labs, Cambridge, MA, August 2010

  15. Online evaluation of tracking algorithms
    PETS Winter workshop, Snowbird, UT, 2009

  16. Statistical inference in multi-view problems
    ECEGSA Student Seminar, College Park, MD 2009 (Best speaker award)

  17. Remote biometrics for the maritime domain
    ROBUST Biometrics conference, Honolulu, HI, 2008

  18. Compressive acquisition of reflectance fields
    ECEGSA Student Seminar, College Park, MD, 2008

  19. Mixed state space models for automatic target recognition and behavior analysis in video sequences
    SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, Orlando, FL, 2008

  20. Statistical estimation under projective transformation: theory and applications in computer vision
    IBM Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY, 2007