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Anurag Ganguli

Anurag Ganguli’s research interests are in the areas of control systems, robotics, and optimization. At PARC, he is currently working on developing device health management solutions for intelligent transportation systems.

Prior to joining PARC, Anurag was involved in developing the next-generation advanced driver assistance systems for cars and commercial vehicles at Delphi Corporation in Malibu, CA. Anurag also has had significant start-up experience with Utopia Compression Corporation in Los Angeles where he led the research and development efforts pertaining to the integration of unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace. He was instrumental in making key technological breakthroughs in the area of vision enabled collision avoidance for unmanned aircraft, and in successfully building a portfolio of AFRL and DARPA funded programs. Anurag's other research and development experiences are in the areas of mobile health and context-aware wireless networking.

Dr. Ganguli obtained his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India. His doctoral research was at the intersection of control theory, robotics and computational geometry where he developed cooperative control algorithms to enable groups of simple robots with limited sensing and communication capabilities perform complex tasks in unison. He has two patents pending and has published more than 25 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals and conferences. Anurag has been a finalist and the winner of the Student Best Paper Award competition at the American Control Conference for two years in a row, and was a Carver Research Fellow at the University of Illinois. 

Anurag is a movie buff and an avid sports fan. 

 

PARC publications

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2015

Printed Gas Sensor Network for Methane Leak Detection

CH4 Connections 2015

6 October 2015

Embedded Fiber Optic Sensors for In Situ and In-Operando Monitoring of Advanced Batteries

Proceeding for Material Research Society Fall Meeting 2014

24 April 2015

2013

Automated fault detection in violation enforcement cameras within electronic toll collection systems

International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

6 October 2013

 

 

 

other publications

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2011

A complete algorithm for distributed searchlight scheduling

Karl J Obermeyer; A. Ganguli; F. Bullo. International Journal on Computational Geometry and Applications. 2011; 21 (1): 101-130.

2011

Multiagent deployment for visibility coverage in polygonal environment with holes

Karl J Obermeyer; A. Ganguli; F. Bullo. International Journal on Robust and Nonlinear Control. 2011 Feb; 21 (12): 1467-1492.

2011

Multiple Intruder Tracking using a Laser Enhanced Passive Sense And Avoid System

A. Ganguli; He Bai; S. Avadhanam; J. Yadegar; J. Utt; J. McCalmont. AIAA Infotech@Aerospace Conference; 2011March;

2011

2010

Remote physiological monitoring of first responders with Intermittent network connectivity

J. Li; T. Tamminedi; G. Yosiphon; A. Ganguli; L. Zhang; J. Stankovic; J. Yadegar. Wireless Health; 2010; San Diego CA.

2010

Hierarchical multiple sensor fusion using structurally learned Bayesian networks

L. Zhang; T. Tamminedi; A. Ganguli; G. Yosiphon; J. Yadegar. Wireless Health; 2010; San Diego CA.

2010

Hidden Markov Model for modeling blood pressure data to predict acute hypotension

A. Singh; T. Tamminedi; G. Yosiphon; A. Ganguli; J. Yadegar. IEEE Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing; 2010; 550-553.

2010

EO/IR Due Regard Capability for UAS based on Intelligent Cloud Detection and Avoidance

H. Nguyen; J. Yadegar; J. Utt; B. Schwartz; P. Ramu; A. Ganguli; J. Porway. AIAA Infotech@Aerospace Conference; 2010April; Atlanta GA.

2010

2009

Multi-robot rendezvous with visibility sensors in non-convex environments

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. IEEE Transactions on Robotics. 2009; 25 (2): 340-352.

2009

Topology control for future airborne networks

N. Krishnamurthi; A. Ganguli; A. Tiwari; B. Shen; J. Yadegar; G. Hadynski. IEEE Military Communications Conference; 2009;

2009

2008

Towards a mission planning toolbox for the airborne network: Optimizing ground coverage under communication constraints

A. Tiwari; A. Ganguli; A. Sampath. IEEE Aerospace Conference; 2008; Big Sky MT.

2008

Mobility aware routing for the airborne network backbone

A. Tiwari; A. Ganguli; A. Sampath; D. S. Anderson; B. Shen; N. Krishnamurthi; J. Yadegar; M. Gerla; D. Krzysiak. IEEE Military Communications Conference; 2008;

2008

2007

Asynchronous Distributed Searchlight Scheduling

Karl J Obermeyer; A. Ganguli; F. Bullo. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control; 2007; 4863-4868.

2007

Distributed Coverage of Nonconvex Environments

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. Proceedings of the NSF Workshop on Future Directions in Systems Research for Networked Sensing; 2007; Springer; 289-305.

2007

Visibility-based Multiagent Deployment in Orthogonal Environments

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. American Control Conference; 2007; New York NY. 3426-3431.

2007

2006

Maximizing visibility in non-convex polygons: Non-smooth analysis and gradient algorithm design

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization. 2006; 45 (5): 1657-1679.

2006

2005

Maximizing visibility in non-convex polygons: Non-smooth analysis and gradient algorithm design

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. American Control Conference; 2005;

2005

On rendezvous for visually guided agents in nonconvex polygons

A. Ganguli; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control; 2005; 5686-5691.

2005

On collective motion in sensor networks: Sample problems and distributed algorithms

A. Ganguli; S. Susca; S. Martinez; J. Cortes; F. Bullo. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control; 2005; 4239-4244.

2005