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Engineering | SENSIP

Uday Shankar Shanthamallu, PhD

Student Name: Uday Shankar Shathamallu, PhD 



Background and Research Interests:

“I received my B.S degree in Electronics and Communications from the National Institute of Engineering, India in 2011. I am currently pursuing my Master’s and PhD program in Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University(ASU). I am advised by Dr. Andreas Spanias. I joined Sensor, Signal and Information Processing Center (SenSIP) at ASU in Jan 2016.

My research interests lie at the overlap of sensors and Machine learning and Big Data including, but not limited to Pattern recognition and Anomaly detection. In summer 2016, I did a summer internship at NXP Semiconductors where I worked on sensor data analytics for anomaly detection. I worked on integrating machine learning algorithms on an embedded sensor systems for Internet of Things applications, which can identify anomalies in real time. Before joining ASU, I worked as Systems engineer for 4 years at Hewlett Packard Research and Development, Bangalore, India.”


Research Picture:



“A Breif survey of basics methods and applications in Machine Learning”, IISA, Cyprus 2017″ (In Progress)

“Distributed Network Center and Area Estimation”, DSP 2017, London, 2017″ (In Progress)



I acknowledge the ASU SenSIP Center for the great support and the opportunities for collaboration and mutual research projects with industry.