I am an associate professor in the department of computer science and of the University of Maryland Institute of Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). I direct research at the Perceptual Interfaces and Reality Laboratory (PIRL), and have broad research interests in computer audition, computer vision and scientific computing. (CV)
Audio and Computational Acoustics:
Acoustics for perceptual reality: Head Related Transfer Functions, Room Impulse Responses, Auditory Telepresence, Reproduction of audio using headphones, Reproduction using speakers. Keynote talk at Ambisonics 2010
Microphone Arrays: Beamforming, Source Localization, Source Modeling, Spherical Microphone Arrays, Cameras and Arrays, The Audio Camera, Non-blind algorithms
Auditory User Interfaces: Sonification of Data, Systems for presentation
Underwater acoustics (older stuff): Bubble counting, sound propagation in bubbly media and fog
High Performance Computing: GPU Computing, Parallel Computing, Distributed Computing
Computational Statistics and Learning Methods: Improved Fast Gauss Transform in high dimensions; Mean-Shift; Particle Filters; "Fast N-Body Learning"; Classification, Ranking, Gaussian Processes, Data Assimilation, Speaker ID.
Data Fitting and Modeling: RBF interpolation; Data Structures for higher dimensional data; Non Uniform Fast Fourier Transforms, Assimilation
Boundary Element Methods: Speedup via the FMM; Computation of singular and near singular integrals; Meshless Methods; Software.
Small Angle Scattering: Small Angle X-ray and Neutron scattering, fast algorithms
Other (older stuff): Electrical Impedance Tomography; Bubble Dynamics; Free surface flow; Spectral Methods; Effective Media; Inverse problems.
GPUML (Accelerating Machine Learning algorithms on the GPU)Non-negative Least Squares on GPU and Multi-core
Several Fast Multipole Method based products are
sold by Fantalgo
The fast multipole accelerated boundary element solver in the ESI-Group VA-One product is based on software developed by Nail Gumerov and myself.
A comprehensive toolkit for audio-visual scene analysis is under development by VisiSonics.
I am a member/affiliate of the following departments, programs and centers, all at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Vice Chair, IEEE Signal Processing Society, Washington DC
I am an ad hoc reviewer for several journals and conferences.
Our book: Fast Multipole Methods for the Helmholtz Equation in Three Dimensions (The Elsevier Electromagnetism Series) was published by Elsevier
For table of contents see here.
Adam O'Donovan (Computational Perception) (NVIDIA Fellowship. Prime Fellowship)
Hu Qi (GPU based Scientific Computing)
Yuancheng Luo (Scientific Computing on GPUs, Machine Learning)
Ross Adelman (Boundary Element Methods, FMM)
Catie Schwarz (Speaker ID)
Vasan (Statistical Machine Learning for Climate, Speech) (to join Adobe Labs in India)
Gordon Rubin (Audio and Music Perception) (AT&T Fellowship)
Huimin Guo (Speaker Recognition at a Distance) (now a student with Larry Davis at UMD)
Dmitry N. Zotkin (computational audio, microphone arrays, video-conferencing, active human tracking) (now at University of Maryland)
Zhenyu Zhang (Computational Nanoscience) (now at GE)
Yang Wang (visualization of versions of the Fast Multipole Method) (now at the University of Michigan Law School)
Vasanth Philomin (Intelligent Vehicles, robust condensation) (now at Phillips)
Ankur Mohan (vision algorithms for creating auditory space) (now at Hughes)
Ali Zandifar (shape from differential geometry, prosthetic devices for the visually impaired) (now at a Bay area start-up)
Shravya Reddy Konda (LIDAR Data Processing) (now at Microsoft)
Liping Liu (GPU Computing) (now at Schlumberger Research)
Jounghoon Beh (Postdoctoral Scientist)
Prof. Hanseok Ko (Korea University, Seoul, Korea)
Prof. Fadoulourahmane Seydou (Oulu)
Prof. Pascal Fua (EPFL)
Mail address: UMIACS, Univ. of Maryland, Room 3361 A.V. Williams Building; #115, College Park, MD 20742, USA