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Prof. Murali Subbarao, Ph.D.


Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Stony Brook University
State University of New York 
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2350, USA
Phone: (631) 632-8405

E-mail:  murali.subbarao at stonybrook.edu

Research Areas

Computer Vision
Digital Image Processing
Medical Imaging

 

         COURSES  

 

ESE 358 COMPUTER VISION

ESE558  DIGITAL  IMAGE  PROCESSING


ESE 344  SOFTWARE  TECHNIQUES  FOR  ENGINEERS

ESE 440 Senior Design I,  ESE 441 Senior Design II,
ESE 599 Graduate Research


PUBLICATIONS   LIST

 

 PATENTS ON 3D MEDICAL IMAGING

  1. M. Subbarao, “Method and Apparatus for High-Sensitivity Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography”, US Patent No. 8008625, Date 08/30/2011 [Download PDF format file].
  2. M. Subbarao, “Field Image Tomography for Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, US Patent No. 8,378,682 B2, Date 02/19/2013  [Download PDF format file].
  3. M. Subbarao, "Methods and Apparatuses for 3D Magnetic Density Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Imaging", US Patent No. 8,456,164 B2, Date 06/04/2013.  [Download PDF format file].

Ph.D. Dissertations Supervised


1. Dr. Lu, Ming-Chin       PhDThesisMCL   
2.  Dr. Choi, TaeSun         PhDThesisTSC    
3. Dr. Wei, Tse-Chung      PhDThesisTCW   
4. Dr. Surya, Gopal           PhDThesisGS       
5. Dr. Tyan, Jenn-Kwei     PhDThesisJKT    page 42 43 44 45 46 47 48  
6.  Dr. Liu, Yen-Fu             PhDThesisYFL   
7.  Dr. Yuan, Ta                 PhDThesisTY     
8.  Dr. Lin, Huei-Yung        PhDThesisHYL   
9.  Dr. Soon-Yong Park      PhDThesisSYP   
10. Dr. Tao Xian                 PhDThesisTX      
11. Dr. Xue Tu                    PhDThesisXueTu 
12. Dr.  Youn-Sik Kang      PhDThesisYounsikKang
13. Dr. Shekhar Sastry      PhDThesisShekharSastry

Dr. Muralidhara (Murali) Subbarao  is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stony Brook University. His teaching and research interests are Computer Vision, Digital Image Processing, and 3D Medical Imaging. He is the inventor of several techniques in 3D medical imaging. He is also the inventor of the Depth-from-Defocus technique that uses arbitrarily defocused images (without requirement of any focused image) for three-dimensional shape recovery. He obtained a B. Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, and an M.S. and a Ph.D., both in Computer Science, from the University of Maryland at College Park. He has been a Principal Investigator of research grants from both industry and the National Science Foundation. He has authored one book, published over 50 papers in professional journals and conferences, and is the  sole-inventor on 9 U.S. patents with 4 of them licensed to industry. Over a dozen students have completed their Ph.D. theses under his supervision. He was a principal member and the Chief Computer Scientist of a start-up company for online image management in 2000-2001.


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