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  • Port Matilda, PA
  • State College, PA
  • Urbana, IL
  • Champaign, IL
  • Durham, NC
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Central, PA

Work

Company: Penn state university Jan 2018 Position: Assistant professor

Education

Degree: Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy School / High School: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign 2013 to 2017 Specialities: Computer Science, Philosophy

Skills

Matlab • Data Structures • Programming • Python • Machine Learning • Algorithms • C++ • C

Industries

Higher Education

Resumes

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Assistant Professor

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Location:
Urbana, IL
Industry:
Higher Education
Work:
Penn State University
Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Sep 2013 - Dec 2017
Research Assistant

Intel Corporation May 15, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Intern

Ibm May 18, 2015 - Aug 14, 2015
Internship

Duke University Jan 2011 - Aug 2013
Graduate Student
Education:
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign 2013 - 2017
Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Science, Philosophy
Duke University 2011 - 2013
Master of Science, Masters, Computer Science
Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi 2006 - 2010
Skills:
Matlab
Data Structures
Programming
Python
Machine Learning
Algorithms
C++
C

Publications

Us Patents

Sensor-Derived Object Flight Performance Tracking

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US Patent:
20180272221, Sep 27, 2018
Filed:
Mar 27, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/470530
Inventors:
Narayan Sundararajan - Palo Alto CA, US
Xue Yang - Arcadia CA, US
Suresh V. Golwalkar - Phoenix AZ, US
Mahanth Gowda - Urbana IL, US
Romit Roy Choudhury - Urbana IL, US
International Classification:
A63B 69/36
G01P 15/08
A63B 24/00
A63B 69/00
A63B 43/00
Abstract:
Systems and techniques for sensor-derived object flight performance tracking are described herein. A set of magnetometer readings may be obtained from a magnetometer included with an object. A local rotation axis of the object may be determined at a time using the set of magnetometer readings. The local rotation axis may describe rotation of the object around a local magnetic target. A global rotation axis may be calculated based on an initial orientation of the object. The global rotation axis may describe a fixed rotation axis of the object during flight in a global coordinate frame, wherein an angle between the global rotation axis and magnetic north remains constant during the flight. An orientation of the object may be determined for the time using the global rotation axis and the local rotation axis of the object at the time.

Communicating Through Physical Vibration

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US Patent:
20170179986, Jun 22, 2017
Filed:
Mar 3, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/449621
Inventors:
- Urbana IL, US
Romit Roy Choudhury - Champaign IL, US
Mahanth K. Gowda - Champaign IL, US
International Classification:
H04B 1/16
H04B 11/00
Abstract:
A data receiver includes a vibration sensor to sample data from vibrations in an incoming signal at a predetermined sampling rate, and a microcontroller, coupled to the vibration sensor, to control the sampling rate through an inter-integrated circuit (I2C) protocol or the like. A memory card, coupled to the microcontroller, stores the data with a serial peripheral interface (SPI) protocol or the like.

Communicating Through Physical Vibration

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US Patent:
20160119168, Apr 28, 2016
Filed:
Oct 22, 2015
Appl. No.:
14/920079
Inventors:
- Urbana IL, US
Romit Roy Choudhury - Champaign IL, US
Mahanth K. Gowda - Champaign IL, US
International Classification:
H04L 25/49
H04B 1/16
H04B 1/04
Abstract:
A data transmitter includes a vibration motor and a switch to regulate voltage from a direct-current (DC) power supply to the vibration motor. A microcontroller generates a pulse width modulation signal with which to drive the switch and regulate the voltage to the vibration motor in a sinusoidal manner, to generate data as symbols from vibrations that form a series of bits from the vibration motor. The microcontroller may also cancel and jam a sound of vibration (SoV) created by the vibration motor. A data receiver includes a vibration sensor to sample data from vibrations in an incoming signal at a predetermined sampling rate, and a microcontroller, coupled to the vibration sensor, to control the sampling rate through an inter-integrated circuit (I2C) protocol or the like. A memory card, coupled to the microcontroller, stores the data with a serial peripheral interface (SPI) protocol or the like.
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