Faculty Activities: 2015

Books

  • Gazi, V., Fidan, B., Marques, L. & Ordonez, R. E. (2015). Robot Swarms: Dynamics and Control. In E. F. Kececi & M. Ceccarelli, (Eds.), Designs and Prototypes of Mobile Robots. ASME Publishing.
  • Santhaseelan, V. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Automated whale blow detection in infrared video. In J. Zho, X. Bai, & T. Caelli, (Eds.), Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in Environmental Informatics (pp. 1-21). IGI Global. Retrieved from www.igi-global.com/chapter/automated-whale-blow-detection-in-infrared-video/139587 
  • Subramanyam, G. (2015). Bio-Based Nano Materials for Photonic and Electronic Applications”. In D. Andrews & J. Grote, (Eds.), Plenary Lectures in Nanoscience and Engineering. Seattle, Washington: SPIE.

Journal Articles

  • Abayowna, B. O., Yilmaz, A. & Hardie, R. C. (2015). Automatic registration of optical aerial imagery to a LiDAR point cloud for generation of city models. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 106.
  • Almehmadi, F. S. & Chatterjee, M. R. (2015). Secure chaotic transmission of electrocardiography signals with acousto-optic modulation under profiled beam propagation. Applied Optics, 54(2), 195-203.
  • Ananthanarayanan, H. & Ordonez, R. E. (2015). Real-Time Inverse Kinematics of (2n+1) DOF Hyper-Redundant Manipulator Arm via a Combined Numerical and Analytical Approach. Mechanism and Machine Theory.
  • Chatterjee, M. R. & Algadey, T. (2015). Investigation of electromagnetic velocities and negative refraction in a chiral metamaterial with second-order material dispersion using spectral analyses and dispersive models. Optical Engineering, 54(3), 037108.
  • Cheng, W. & Hirakawa, K. (2015). Minimum Risk Wavelet Shrinkage Operator For Poisson Image Denoising. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing. Retrieved from http://campus.udayton.edu/ISSL/papers/ChengHirakawa2015Minimum.pdf 
  • Diskin, Y. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Dense point-cloud representation (DPR) of a scene using monocular vision. IS&T/SPIE Journal of Electronic Imaging, 24(2), 023003: 1-25.
  • Hardie, R. C., Droege, D. R., Dapore, A. J. & Greiner, M. E. (2015). Impact of detector-element active-area shape and fill factor on image sampling, restoration, and super-resolution. Frontiers in Physics: Optics and Photonics.
  • Jia, J., Ni, C., Sarangan, A. M. & Hirakawa, K. (2015). Fourier Multispectral Imaging. OSA Optics Express. Retrieved from http://campus.udayton.edu/ISSL/papers/JiaNiSaranganHirakawa2015Fourier.pdf 
  • Karch, B. K. & Hardie, R. C. (2015). Robust super-resolution by fusion of interpolated frames for color and grayscale images. Frontiers in Physics: Optics and Photonics, 3(29). Retrieved from http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphy.2015.00028/abstract 
  • Merdassi, A., Kezzo, M. N., Xereas, G. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). Wafer level vacuum encapsulated tri-axial accelerometer with low cross-axis sensitivity in a commercial MEMS Process. Sensors and Actuators A-Physical, 236, 25-37. 
  • Merdassi, A., Yang, P. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). A Wafer Level Vacuum Encapsulated Capacitive Accelerometer Fabricated in an Unmodified Commercial MEMS Process. Sensors, 15(4), 7349-7359. 
  • Messay, T., Hardie, R. C. & Tuinstra, T. R. (2015). Segmentation of Pulmonary Nodules in Computed Tomography Using a Regression Neural  Network Approach and itsApplication to the Lung Image Database Consortium and Image Database Resource Initiative Dataset. Medical Image Analysis, 22(1).
  • Mohamed, K. M. & Hardie, R. C. (2015). A Collaborative Adaptive Wiener Filter for Multi-Frame Super-Resolution. Frontiers in Physics: Optics and Photonics, 3(29). Retrieved from http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphy.2015.00029/abstract.
  • Mohamed, K. & Hardie, R. C. (2015). A Collaborative Adaptive Wiener Filter for Image Restoration Using a Spatial-Domain Multi-Patch Correlation Model. EURASIP Journal on Advanced in Signal processing. Retrieved from http://asp.eurasipjournals.com/content/2015/1/6/abstract
  • Pan, K.-C., Wang, W., Shin, E., Freeman, K. & Subramanyam, G. (2015). Vanadium Oxide Thin-Film Variable Resistor-Based RF Switches. IEEE transactions on Electron Devices, 62(9), 2959-2964.
  • Santhaseelan, V. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Utilizing local phase information to remove rain from video. International Journal of Computer Vision, 112(1), 71-89.
  • Sidike, P., Asari, V. K. & Alom, M. (2015). Multiclass object detection with single query in hyperspectral imagery using class-associative spectral fringe-adjusted joint transform correlation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (TGRS), 54(2), 1196 - 1208.
  • Tehan, E. C., Bukowski, R. M., Chodavarapu, V., Titus, A. H., Cartwright, A. N. & Bright, F. V. (2015). Creating Diversified Response Profiles from a Single Quenchometric Sensor Element by Using Phase-Resolved Luminescence. Sensors, 15(1), 760-768.  
  • Wang, Y. C. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). Differential Wide Temperature Range CMOS Interface Circuit for Capacitive MEMS Pressure Sensors. Sensors, 15(2), 4253-4263.
  • Wang, Y. C. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). Wide-temperature range CMOS capacitance to digital convertor for MEMS pressure sensors. Sensors and Actuators A-Physical, 233, 302-309.
  • Xereas, G. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). Wafer-Level Vacuum-Encapsulated Lame Mode Resonator With f-Q Product of 2.23 x 10(13) Hz. Ieee Electron Device Letters, 36(10), 1079-1081.
  • Zhu, K., Li, C., Asari, V. K. & Saupe, D. (2015). No-reference video quality assessment based on artifact measurement and statistical analysis. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 25(4), 533-546.

Magazine/Trade Publication

  • Asari, V. K., Sidike, P., Cui, C. & Santhaseelan, V. (2015). New wide-area surveillance techniques for protection of pipeline infrastructure. SPIE Newsroom: Defense and Security, 1-4.

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

  • Albalooshi, F. & Asari, V. K. (2015). A self-organizing lattice Boltzmann active contour (SOLBAC) approach for fast and robust object region segmentation. (pp. 1329 - 1333). Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: IEEE International Conference on Image Processing - ICIP 2015.  
  • Albalooshi, F., Sidike, P. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Efficient thermal image segmentation through integration of nonlinear intensity enhancement with unsupervised active contour model. (pp. 1-12). Baltimore, Maryland: Proceedings of  SPIE Conference on Defense + Security: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVI. 
  • Alom, Z., Sidike, P. & Asari, V. K. (2015). State preserving extreme learning machine for face recognition. (pp. 1 - 7). Killarney, Ireland: Proceedings of the IEEE/INNS International Joint Conference on Neural Networks - IJCNN 2015.
  • Annam, K. & Subramanyam, G. (2015). Creation of carbon nanotube based bioSensors through dielectrophoretic assembly. Seattle, Washington: SPIE Nanobiosystems: Processing, Characterization, and Applications VIII.
  • Asari, V. K., Sidike, P., Cui, C. & Santhaseelan, V. (2015). Recent progress in wide-area surveillance: Protecting our pipeline infrastructure. San Francisco, California: Proceedings of IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Imaging and Multimedia Analytics in a Web and Mobile World 2015.
  • Aspiras, T., Asari, V. K. & Sakla, W. (2015). Gaussian nonlinear line attractor for learning multidimensional data. Lisbon, Portugal: International Conference on Neural Computations Theory and Applications. Retrieved from www.scitepress.org/DigitalLibrary/PublicationsDetail.aspx?ID=v6kGlcqrgTE=&t=1
  • Aspiras, T., Asari, V. K. & Sakla, W. (2015). Learning a synthetic vehicle database using the Gaussian nonlinear line attractor network. Washington, D.C.: IEEE Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition workshop - AIPR 2015. Retrieved from www.aipr-workshop.org/
  • Aspiras, T., Asari, V. K. & Sakla, W. (2015). Gaussian-weighted neighborhood connectivity of nonlinear line attractor for learning complex manifolds. (pp. 1-8). Baltimore, Maryland: Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Defense + Security: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVI.  
  • Chatterjee, M. R. & Almehmadi, F. S. (2015). Secure transmission of static and dynamic images via chaotic encryption in acousto-optic hybrid feedback with profiled light beams. In B. Dingel & K. Tsukamoto, (Eds.), (pp. 938711-1-12). Bellingham, Washington: Proc. SPIE.
  • Chatterjee, M. R. & Mohamed, F. (2015). A Transfer Function Based Frequency Model for Propagation of a Chaos Wave through Modified von Karman Turbulence under Various Chaos and Turbulence Conditions. (pp. 3). Arlington, Virginia: OSA Topical Meeting on Imaging and Applied Optics.
  • Chatterjee, M. R. & Tarig, A. (2015). Emergence of Negative Index in a Lossy Chiral Metamaterial under First-Order Material Dispersion. (pp. NM2C.5). Boston, Massachusetts: OSA Topical Meeting Technical Digest.
  • Cui, C., Asari, V. K. & Braun, A. (2015). Robust textural features for real time face recognition. (pp. 1-13). San Francisco, California: Proceedings of IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Imaging and Multimedia Analytics in a Web and Mobile World 2015.  
  • Diskin, Y., Varney, N. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Characterization of detectable objects using an uncalibrated and passive volumetric change detection approach. Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015. 
  • Djaneye-Boundjou, O. & Ordóñez, R. E. (2015). Parameter Identification in Structured Discrete-Time Uncertainties without Persistency of Excitation. Linz, Austria: European Control Conference.
  • Djaneye-Boundjou, O., Ordóñez, R. E. & Jacobsen, L. (2015). Adaptive Particle Swarm Optimization Applied to Aircraft Control. Glasgow, Scotland: 20th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference.
  • Essa, A. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Video-to-video pose and expression invariant face recognition using volumetric directional pattern. (pp. 36-41). Berlin, Germany: International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (VISIGRAPP), In Proceedings of the 10th International onference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications - (VISAPP 2015). Retrieved from www.scitepress.org/DigitalLibrary/PublicationsDetail.aspx?ID=/SZ6IVCGRtA=&t=1 
  • Essa, A., Sidike, P. & Asari, V. K. (2015). A modular approach for key-frame selection in wide area surveillance video analysis. (pp. 41 - 44). Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015.
  • Headlee, J. M. & Balster, E. (2015). A No-Reference Image Enhancement Quality Metric and Fusion Technique. Auckland, New Zealand: International Conference on Image and Vision Computing.
  • Krieger, E., Asari, V. K. & Arigela, S. (2015). Integrated intensity and spatial enhancement technique for color images. (pp. 1882-1891). Copenhagen, Denmark: Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Image Processing: Techniques and Applications - ICDIPTA 2015. Retrieved from www.waset.org/abstracts/22706
  • Krieger, E., Asari, V. K., Arigela, S. & Aspiras, T. (2015). Intensity and resolution enhancement of local regions for object detection and tracking in wide area surveillance. (pp. 1-11). Baltimore, Maryland: Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Sensing Technology + Applications: Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing, Security, and Applications 2015.
  • Krieger, E., Sidike, P., Aspiras, T. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Directional ringlet intensity feature transform for tracking. (pp. 3871 - 3875). Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: IEEE International Conference on Image Processing - ICIP 2015.
  • Krieger, E., Sidike, P., Aspiras, T. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Vehicle tracking under occlusion conditions using directional ringlet intensity feature transform. (pp. 70 - 74). Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015. 
  • Krucki, K. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Human re-identification using computer generated renderings. Washington, D.C.: IEEE Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition workshop - AIPR 2015. Retrieved from www.aipr-workshop.org/.
  • Krucki, K. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Scene projection by non-linear transforms to a geo-referenced map for situational awareness. (pp. 1-13). San Francisco, California: Proceedings of IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging Applications 2015. 
  • Kumar, J., Spatz, D. & Subramanyam, G. (2015). DNA based electrolyte/separator for lithium battery application. Seattle, Washington: SPIE Nanobiosystems: Processing, Characterization, and Applications VIII.
  • McGuinness, C. & Balster, E. (2015). Beyond H.264: Implications of Next Generation Video Compression on Surveillance Imagery. In E. Balster, (Ed.). Baltimore, Maryland: SPIE conference on Ground/Air Multisensor Interoperability,Integration and Networking for Persistent ISR. 
  • Nair, B. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Person identification from streaming surveillance video using mid-level features from joint action-pose distribution. (pp. 1-7). San Francisco, California: Proceedings of IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging Applications 2015.
  • Prince, D., Sutter, A., Edmonds, M., Cusumano, M. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Brain Machine Interface for Robotic Arm. Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015. 
  • Ragb, H. & Asari, V. K. (2016). Histograms of oriented phase and gradient (HOPG) descriptor for improved pedestrian detection. San Francisco, California: IS&T International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging Applications 2016. Retrieved from www.imaging.org/ist/conferences/ei2016/C-VSTI.cfm
  • Ragb, H. & Asari, V. K. (2016). A new fused structure and texture (FST) features for improved pedestrian detection. Zurich, Switzerland: International Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics - ICCVICG 2016. Retrieved from www.waset.org/abstracts?.
  • Shaffer, D. & Balster, E. (2015). Image Back-Projection: A Hardware Implementation. In E. Balster, (Ed.). Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference.
  • Sidike, P., Asari, V. K. & Alam, M. (2015). A robust fringe-adjusted joint transform correlator for efficient object detection. Baltimore, Maryland: Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Defense + Security: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVI. 
  • Sidike, P., Asari, V. K. & Alam, M. (2015). Multiple object detection in hyperspectral imagery using spectral fringe-adjusted joint transform correlator. (pp. 1-7). San Francisco, California: Proceedings of IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging: Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications VIII.
  • Sidike, P., Essa, A., Albalooshi, F. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Automatic building change detection in wide area surveillance. (pp. 54 - 57). Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015.
  • Sidike, P., Essa, A. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Intrusion detection in aerial imagery for protecting pipeline infrastructure. Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit - NAECON-OIS 2015.
  • Thompson, A. D. & Balster, E. (2015). YUV Chrominance Sub-Sampling Comparison using H.264. Baltimore, Maryland: SPIE conference on Ground/Air Multisensor Interoperability, Integration and Networking for Persistent ISR.
  • Varney, N. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Volume component analysis for classification of lidar data. (pp. 1-6). Baltimore, Maryland: Proceedings of SPIE Conference on Defense + Security: Optical Pattern Recognition XXVI. 
  • Varney, N., Diskin, Y. & Asari, V. K. (2015). Automatic registration of LiDAR scenes for change detection applications. Washington, D.C.: IEEE Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition workshop - AIPR 2015. Retrieved from www.aipr-workshop.org/
  • Varney, N., Diskin, Y. & Asari, V. K. (2015). 3D object classification in uncalibrated structure from motion models. In C. Cui, (Ed.). Arlington, Virginia: Optical Society of America (OSA) Imaging and Applied Optics Congress: Imaging Systems and Applications (IS). Retrieved from www.osapublishing.org/abstract.cfm?uri=ISA-2015-IW4A.5
  • Xereas, G., Allan, C. & Chodavarapu, V. (2015). Wide Temperature Range Resonant-Mode Absolute MEMS Pressure Sensor. Dayton, Ohio: IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference.

Patent and Patent Disclosure


  • Subramanyam, G. Resonant sensor capable of wireless interrogation. (US 7,922,975 B2  ed.). USPTO.

Invited Lectures

  • Asari, V. K. (2015, October). Automatic Pipeline Right-of-Way Threat Detection by Advanced Image Analysis. Presented at the PRCI Remote Sensing Technology Workshop and TC Meeting, San Ramon, California, USA.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, October). Meeting the Challenges in Wide Area Surveillance: Automatic Object Detection, Tracking and Identification in Complex Environmental Conditions. Presented at the IEEE International Workshop on Applied Imagery and Pattern Recognition, Washington, D.C., U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, September). Recent Progress in Wide Area Surveillance: Protecting Our Pipeline Infrastructure. Presented at the Spotlight on Technology, Art, Research & Scholarship, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, August). Brain Signal Analysis for Human Emotion Recognition and Brain Machine Interface. Presented at the Global Summit and Expo on Multimedia and Applications, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, August). Wide Area Surveillance: Situational Awareness for Security Automation. Presented at the Global Summit and Expo on Multimedia and Applications, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, May). Network Enabled Feature Search for High-Speed Face Recognition in Video Sequences. Presented at the Institute Seminar, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, May). Wide Area Surveillance: Real Time Motion Detection Systems. Presented at the International Conference of IEEE Region 10, Theme: Internet of Things, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, May). Automatic Object Detection, Tracking and Identification by Advanced Image Analysis. Presented at the Institute Seminar, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, February). Recent Progress in Wide-Area Surveillance: Protecting Our Pipeline Infrastructure. Presented at the IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, January). Learning Embedded Lines of Attraction by Self-Organization for Multidimensional Pattern Recognition. Presented at the IEEE (Computational Intelligence Society) International Conference on Advances in Pattern Recognition, ICAPR 2015, Kolkata, India.

Poster

  • Bane, D.N., Subramanyam, G., Hansen, K.M. (2015, October). Biomolecule Detection Using a Resonant Capacitive Sensor. Presented at the Electrochemical Society 2016 Fall Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona.

Presentations

  • Asari, V. K. (2015, November). Gaussian nonlinear line attractor for learning multidimensional data. Presented at the International Conference on Neural Computations Theory and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, October). Learning a synthetic vehicle database using the Gaussian nonlinear line attractor network. Presented at the IEEE International Workshop on Applied Imagery and Pattern Recognition, Washington, D.C., U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, October). Automatic registration of LiDAR scenes for change detection applications. Presented at the IEEE International Workshop on Applied Imagery and Pattern Recognition, Washington, D.C., U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, October). Human re-identification using computer generated renderings. Presented at the IEEE International Workshop on Applied Imagery and Pattern Recognition, Washington, D.C., U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, September). Directional ringlet intensity feature transform for tracking. Presented at the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, September). A self-organizing lattice Boltzmann active contour (SOLBAC) approach for fast and robust object region segmentation. Presented at the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, June). Algorithms for Tracking in Aerial Surveillance. Presented at the IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference & Ohio Innovation Summit, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, June). State Preserving Extreme Learning Machine (SPELM) for Face Recognition. Presented at the IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Killarney, Ireland.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, June). Integrated Intensity and Spatial Enhancement Technique for Color Images. Presented at the International Conference on Digital Image Processing: Techniques and Applications, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, April). Gaussian-weighted neighborhood connectivity of nonlinear line attractor for learning complex manifolds. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S..
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, April). Intensity and resolution enhancement of local regions for object detection and tracking in wide area surveillance. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, April). Volume component analysis for classification of lidar data. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. & Aspiras, T. (2015, April). A robust fringe-adjusted joint transform correlator for efficient object detection. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. & Aspiras, T. (2015, April). Efficient thermal image segmentation through integration of nonlinear intensity enhancement with unsupervised active contour model. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015, March). Video-to-Video Pose and Expression Invariant Face Recognition using Volumetric Directional Pattern. Presented at the International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, Berlin, Germany.
  • Asari, V. K. & Krucki, K. (2015, February). Multiple Object Detection in Hyperspectral Imagery using Spectral Fringe-adjusted Joint Transform Correlator. Presented at the IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. & Krucki, K. (2015, February). Robust Textural Features for Real Time Face Recognition. Presented at the IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. & Nair, B. (2015, February). Person Identification from Streaming Surveillance Video using Mid-level Features from Joint Action-pose Distribution. Presented at the IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Asari, V. K. & Krucki, K. (2015, February). Scene Projection by Non-linear Transforms to a Geo-referenced Map for Situational Awareness. Presented at the IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Electronic Imaging, San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Ordóñez, R. E. Cooperative Sensing Using Reconfigurable Sensor Networks. Presented at the Theoretical Layered Sensing Seminar, WPAFB.

Workshop

  • Asari, V.K. (2015, May). Smart City/Infrastructure. Presented at the International Conference of IEEE Region 10, Theme: Internet of Things, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.

Sponsored Research

  • Asari, V. K. (2014 - 2016), Manifold-based Exploitation for Recognition and Tracking (Academic Layered Sensing Project, Project #39). AFRL (through UDRI), Federal, $80,000.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2014 - 2015), LiDAR Data Analysis for Distinguishing Man-made Objects and Natural Objects in Large Aerial Imagery. 361 Unteractive (through UDRI), Private, $310,000.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2014 - 2015), Trusted situational awareness. State of Ohio through IDCAST, State, $200,000.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2014 - 2015), Human Action and Activity recognition. AFIT/ORISE (graduate student support through AFIT), Federal, $110,000.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2013 - 2015), Automatic Pipeline Threat Detection by Advanced Image Analysis. Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI), Private, $475,323.40.
  • Asari, V. K., Skill, T. D., Wu, S.-Y., Browning, C. E. & Sarangan, A. M. (2013 - 2015), CC-NIE Network Infrastructure: Network 10Gb Upgrade and Science DMZ Implementation to Support Science and Engineering Research and Enhance Outreach for High School STEM Education. National Science Foundation (NSF), Federal, $232,788.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2013 - 2015), Shadow Illumination, Haze Mitigation and Single Image Super-resolution. AFRL/RY (through UDRI), Federal, $240,000.00.
  • Asari, V. K. (2015), Thermal Image Analysis for Object Surface Characterization. Honda (through UDRI), Private, $80,000.00.
  • Balster, E. (2015 - Present), Army SBIR phase II, "CRAMMIT". US Army, University of Dayton, $65,000.00.
  • Balster, E. (2013 - Present), Academic Layered Sensing Program (ALSP), project 32. AFRL/RYDI, Federal, $1,800,000.00.
  • Balster, E. (2013 - Present), Research, Development, and Evaluation of Surveillance Imaging (R-DESI). AFRL/RYAA, Federal, $900,000.00.
  • Balster, E. (2012 - Present), Academic Layered Sensing Program (ALSP), project 22. AFRL/RYDI, Federal, $621,988.00.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Blust, R. P., Balster, E., Bigelow, K. E., Crosson, K. M., Schneider, S. J. & Kinnucan-Welsch, K. A. (2010 - Present), EEC-1009607 - Engineering Innovation and Design for STEM Teachers. NSF, Federal, $499,101.00.
  • Duncan, B. D. (2008 - Present), Sub-Aperture Based EO Imaging Systems. RNET, Inc., Local, $50,000.00.
  • Hardie, R. C. (2014 - 2015), Image restoration for long stand-off range imaging applications. L-3, Local, $69,000.00.
  • Hardie, R. C. (2014 - 2015), Fiber segmentation and tracking in ceramic matrix composite digital micrographs. WPAFB/AFRL, Local, $50,000.00.
  • Hirakawa, K. (2015 - 2016). AFRL, Federal, $30,000.00.
  • Hirakawa, K. (2014 - 2015), Image Blur Processing. Sony, Private, $79,646.00.
  • Ordóñez, R. E. (2014 - Present), Trust in Touch. AFRL, Federal, $150,000.00.
  • Ordóñez, R. E. (2014 - 2015), Extracting Salient Features from Cognitive Learning for Integration with and Enhancement of Machine Learning Algorithms. AFRL, Federal, $57,261.60.
  • Subramanyam, G. (2014 - 2017), High Power Agile Transmitter/Receiver Modules. AFOSR, Federal, $150,000.00.
  • Subramanyam, G. (2015 - 2016), Self Aware Frequency Agile Limiter. Air Force SBIR Program through Berriehill Research Corp., Federal, $45,000.00.

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