Barath Narayanan


Barath Narayanan currently serves as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the ECE department at University of Dayton. He graduated with distinction from SRM University, Chennai, India, in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He obtained his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton in 2013. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. research in the field of medical image analysis. His research focuses on "Computer Aided Detection for identifying lung nodules on Computer Tomography and Chest Radiography." Early detection of such potential cancerous nodules could save people’s lives from lung cancer. His specific areas of interests include pattern recognition and image processing. His Master's publication revolved around the application of Super-Resolution for JPEG2000 compressed images, which are utilized for Airborne Imaging.

Recent Publications
  1. Hyperactive Minions make it to the football field
  2. Word recognition using a correlation classifier
  • IEEE Krishna M. Pasala, Ph.D. Memorial Scholarship 2015 - Academic excellence and Research contribution
  • Graduate Summer Fellowship : 2012 & 2015 - Scholarly excellence of research proposal
  • University of Dayton International Scholarship (2011- 2013) - Academic excellence 
  • SRM University Merit Scholarship (2008-2012) - Academic excellence