Commercialization


We are very interested in finding commercial partners to help commercialize our research. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss potential partnerships. We are eager to help!

Please review both the awarded patents and pending patents below.

For technical questions, pleast contact Professor Pattichis, telephone: (505) 277-0486, pattichis@gmail.com or through the official UNM email: pattichi@unm.edu. However, please note that I am likely to respond using gmail :-).


Pending Patents


  1. System and methods for motion estimation in digital videos using Amplitude-Modulation Frequency-Modulation (AM-FM) Model ” Investors: Marios S. Pattichis, P. A. Rordiguez-Valderrama, and Victor Manuel Murray Herrera, US patent filed on 06/02/2017.

    UNM STC link to Moton estimation in digital videos using AM-FM Model


  2. System and Methods for the Computation of the Forward and Inverse Discrete Periodic Radon Transform on CPUs and GPUs ” Inventors: Cesar Carranza, Daniel Llamocca, and Marios S. Pattichis, US Patent application published on Dec. 13, 2018. Pending Patent acknowledges NSF CNS1422031.

    Google link to Computation of the Forward and Inverse Discrete Periodic Radon Transform


  3. System and Methods for Computing 2-D Convolutions and Cross-correlations ” Inventors: Cesar Carranza, Daniel Llamocca, and Marios S. Pattichis, US Patent application published on Dec. 13, 2018. Patent acknowledges NSF CNS1422031

    Google link to Computing 2-D Convolutions and Cross-correlations


  4. System and Methods for Joint and Adaptive Control of Rate, Quality, and Computational Complexity for Video Coding and Delivery ” Inventors: Marios S. Pattichis, Yuebing Jiang, Cong Zong, Gangadharan Esakki, Venkatesh Jatla, and Andreas Panayides, US Patent application published on Aug. 2nd, 2018. Patent acknowledges NSF CNS1422031. Licensed to ClearStream Technologies, LLC.

    Google link to Joint and Adaptive Control of Rate, Quality, and Computational Complexity for Video Coding and Delivery

Awarded Patents


  1. System And Methods For Computing Forward and Inverse Discrete Periodic Radon Transform ”,
    Inventors: Cesar Carranza, Daniel Llamocca, and Marios S. Pattichis, US Patent US10049469B2, granted 08/14/2018.

    The discrete periodic radon transform can be applied to medical imaging, detecting lines in images, and fast convolution. The patent is now available for licensing.

    UNM STC link to the Discrete Periodic Radon Transform patent.

  2. System and Methods for Dynamic Management of Hardware Resources”,
    Inventors: Marios S. Pattichis, Yuebing Jiang, and Daniel Llamocca, US Patent 9,542,198 B2 granted on January, 10th, 2017. Licensed to ClearStream Technologies, LLC.

  3. System and methods for video image processing
    Inventors: Timothy Perez, Yuebing Jiang, and Marios S. Pattichis, US Patent 9,451,161, granted on 2016-09-20.

  4. System and Methods for Dynamic Management of Hardware Resources,”
    Inventors: Marios S. Pattichis, Yuebing Jiang, and Daniel Llamocca, U.S. Pattent 9,111,059 B2, approved on Aug. 18th, 2015.

    Dynamic management of software and hardware resources allows joint optimization of performance, power/energy, accuracy, and bandwidth in image and video processing systems. Refer to the architectures research projects and the DRASTIC research project for applications. Applications include adaptive video communications (including medical video communications), digital filtering, and adaptive filterbank implementations. The patent is now available for licensing.

    Download the full text of the approved dynamic hardware management patent.
    UNM STC link for dynamic hardware management patent.

  5. System and Methods of Regularized Optimization For Matrix Factorization And Image and Video Reconstruction,”
    Inventors: Paul Rodriguez-Valderrama, Marios S. Pattichis, and Victor Manuel Murray-Herrera, U.S. Patent 8,908,992 B1, approved on Dec. 9th, 2014.

    The patent extends the previous AM-FM patent on System and Methods of Amplitude Modulation – Frequency Modulation (AM-FM) Demodulation for Image and Video Processing (U.S. Patent 8,515,201 B1) given below. Details can also be found in:

    P. Rodriguez, V. Murray, and M. Pattichis. “ A regularized optimization approach for am-fm reconstructions . In Proc. Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers,” pages 219-221, Nov 2010.

    Refer to the research in multi-dimensional AM-FM representations and also biomedical research projects for potential biomedical and general-purpose applications of the technology. Currently, the patent is available for licensing (including biomedical engineering applications).
    Download the full text of the approved AM-FM reconstructions patent.
    UNM STC link for AM-FM reconstructions patent .

  6. “System and Methods of Amplitude Modulation – Frequency Modulation (AM-FM) Demodulation for Image and Video Processing,”
    Inventors: Victor Manuel Murray Herrera, Marios S. Pattichis, Peter Soliz, Carla Paola Agurto Rios and Herbert T. Davis III, U.S. Patent 8,515,201 B1, approved on Aug. 20th, 2013.

    The patent describes the development of robust methods for estimating AM-FM features from digital images. Biomedical applications were licensed to VisionQuest Biomedical, LLC. AM-FM representations have led to state of the art systems in computer aided diagnosis (CAD) in diabetic retinopathy image analysis, early prediction of advanced cases in multiple sclerosis, characterization of early atherosclerosis, and analysis of surface EMG signals. Refer to the research in multi-dimensional AM-FM representations and also biomedical research projects for more details. for several successful biomedical and general-purpose applications of the technology. Currently, the patent is available for licensing (including biomedical applications).

    Download the full text of the approved AM-FM methods patent.
    UNM STC link for AM-FM methods patent.


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