Dr Kamesh Namuduri

Dr. Kamesh Namuduri

"Engineering for Humanity"  - IEEE

Project J

The goal of this project is to design a machine communication interface that enables people with severe physical limitations (lack of voice and muscle movements) to interact with the world. In long-term, advanced strategies such as machine-learning will be added to tailor this interface for individual needs and capabilities. Stay tuned for updates.

Research Interests 
  • Airborne Networks (Capacity, Connectivity, Coverage, and Security)
  • Video and Image Communications  (Rate Distortion Theory, Distributed Video Coding)
  • Computer Vision (Human Activity Analysis)
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  • Editing a book on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Networks that will be published in Fall 2016 
  • Speaker at AUVSI's XPONENTIAL 2016, May 2-5, 2016 (on Standards for Aerial Communciations and Networks)
  • Co-Guest Editor, IEEE Communications Magazine, Special issue on "Enabling Next Generation Airborne Communications", May 2014. (Editorial)
•  EENG 5850 - Image and Video Communications (Fall 2016)
•  EENG 3810 - Communication Systems (Fall 2006)
 Office: B234, Discovery Park, UNT College of Engineering
 Email: kamesh.namuduri@unt.edu Phone: 940-369-8960