Mopuri Suresh

Mopuri Suresh
[External; Government R&D Lab]


Department of Electrical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Hyderabad, India.

Contact Information

Address: Department of Electrical Engineering ,
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Hyderabad ,
Ordnance Factory Estate, Medak,
Yeddumailaram - 502205 (Andhra Pradesh),INDIA.
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Research Synopsis

Currently Pursuing PhD in Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad, India in Microelectronics & VLSI under guidance of Dr Amit Acharyya on implementation of Low complexity Underdetermined Blind Source Separation System Architecture for Emerging Remote Healthcare Applications Health care systems. In Remote health monitoring scenario the underlying principle is to capture the vital signs from the body, processing it on chip and transmit it when necessary. However, the vital signs are mixed with noise and other physiological artifacts, which therefore need computationally intensive signal processing to retrieve the physiological information back from the composite. Aforementioned problem resembles to the typical Blind Source Separation (BSS) where signals are Separated without knowing how signals are mixed at the sensors. However, a well-defined BSS system requires as much number of sensors as the sources there by increasing the number of on body sensors of the human subjects if the information is to be separated amidst the mixture of many signals. These pose an engineering challenge to obtain the information using less number of sensors than the sources present. This falls under the category of Underdetermined Blind Source Separation (UBSS). Since remote health care applications are constrained by the on chip area and power consumption limitation due to the battery backup, low complexity architecture needs to be formulated for UBSS.


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