Welcome to the image and video Processing and Communications Lab (ivPCL)!

Recent ivPCL Graduates

Cong Zong

Cong Zong, M.Sc. Thesis

Cong Zong, “Joint Control of Quality, Complexity, and Rate for HEVC Intra Mode”, Summer 2016. He is currently working at Dolby Laboratories. For a list of his publications, refer to the NSF DRASTIC (LinkedIn).

Nishmitha Kajekar

Nishmitha Naveenchandra Kajekar, M.Sc. Project

Nishmitha Naveenchandra Kajekar, “Tutorial on Partial Reconfiguration of Image Processing Blocks using Vivado and SDK,” M.Sc. Report, ECE, Spring 2016. She has been with LitePoint, Mangalore Robautonics Private Limited.

Tutorial on dynamic partial reconfiguration developed by Nishmita Naveenchandra Kajekar
NSF DRASTIC
Architectures
(email, LinkedIn).
Cesar Alberto Carranza

Cesar Alberto Carranza, Ph.D.

Cesar Carranza, “Fast and Scalable Architectures and Algorithms for the Computation of the Forward and Inverse Discrete Periodic Radon Transform with Applications to 2D Convolutions and Cross-Correlations,” Spring 2016 (with distinction). He is currently an Associate Professor with Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru. For a list of his publications, refer to the NSF DRASTIC (acarran@pucp.edu.pe, Google Scholar, Website).

Highlights

Research

    

The NSF DRASTIC Project

    

The AOLME Project

   

Complete ivPCL Bibliography with PDF links

    

Commercialization


People

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Education

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Contact:

Professor Marios Pattichis
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE Bldg., Room 229A
MSC01 1100
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
pattichi@unm.edu
Voice: (505) 277-0486, Fax: (505) 277-8298

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