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Duraiswami, Ramani

Ramani Duraiswami
3361 A.V. Williams Building

Research Interests 

  • Computer audition
  • Computer vision
  • Scientific computing


Ramani Duraiswami is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and of the University of Maryland Institute of Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). He directs research at the Perceptual Interfaces and Reality Laboratory (PIRL).

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ECE Graduate Student Sowmya Subramanian Wins 2014-15 All-S.T.A.R. Fellowship
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Chu, Subramanian win MAMNA best grad student poster awards
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Six ECE Graduate Students Selected as Future Faculty Fellows
Students striving toward a career in academia take part in a selective fellowship to prepare for the future. January 30, 2014

ECE Students, Faculty Among Semi-Finalists in UMD Business Plan Competition
Device for medical diagnostics, food safety, and software for convenient in-store shopping among innovations. March 13, 2011

ECE Research Review Day Highlights Innovation, Entrepreneurship
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ECE Faculty Involved in 5 New MIPS Grants
University announces new research projects between faculty, Maryland companies. February 2, 2009

Researchers Win MURI Award for Maritime Biometrics
Team led by Prof. Rama Chellappa wins multi-million dollar grant to develop biometric systems for the maritime domain. March 20, 2008

ECE Welcomes New Affiliate Faculty
Computer Science faculty Davis, Duraiswami, and O'Leary join Department as affiliates. November 29, 2007