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  Ravi Garg
   
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PhD Student

   
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    Currently, I am a second year graduate student at Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, USA. I work as a research assistant under Dr. Min Wu, who leads the Multimedia and Security Team (MAST). My research interests are in broad areas of signal processing, Image processing and wireless communications. Currently, I am working on the problem of security issues in wireless sensor networks and wireless control applications.
Prior to this, I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) in 2008 with a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electrical Engineering. During my undergraduate, I worked in the area of speaker recognition under noisy conditions under the guidance of Dr. Hema A. Murthy for my B.Tech thesis.
     
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  Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
KEB 2238
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

 

   
    Research and Professional Interests   
    Signal Processing, wireless communication, Image Processing, Speech Processing, security aspects of communication and wireless sensor networks
     
    Education   
    BS. Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, India (2004)
     
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    Awards and Honors    
    DIstinguished Teaching Assistant award, 2008-09, UMD
     
    Teaching    
    ENEE 420 (Communication systems), UMD
ENEE 408G (Multimedia Signal Processing), UMD
ENEE 630 (Advanced DIgital SIgnal Processing), UMD
     
     
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    Adaptive Equalization Techniques using Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm
Adaptive Equalization Techniques using Recursive Least Square (RLS) algorithm
Blind De-convolution of BPSK and QPSK modulated signal using Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA).
Digital Image Processing
JPEG Progressive mode vs Sequential mode
Evaluation of Phase & Magnitude based Features for Speaker Identification
A Comparative Study of Different Face Recognition Algorithms
Gender Classification Using Support Vector Machines (SVMs)
Evaluation of phase and magnitude based features for speaker identification
Evaluation of Feature Recombination Techniques for Speaker Identification
A Machine Learning approach to localization in Wireless Sensor Networks
Complex Classification Using Advanced Machine Learning Techniques
     
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