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Ganesan

Subramaniam Ganesan, Ph.D.

Subramaniam Ganesan, Ph.D.
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
440 EC; (248) 370-2206; Fax: (248) 370-4633
ganesan@oakland.edu
secs.oakland.edu/~ganesan

 

The 4th International Conference on
Sensor and Its Applications

  • Ph.D., Indian Institute Science, 1979
  • Joined Oakland University in 1986
  • Chair of CSE dept., Oakland University, 1991-98.
  • Currently: Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Director, Real Time and DSP System Laboratory (RTDL)
  • Associate Director, Center for Robotics, Unmanned and Intelligent Systems (CRUIS)
  • 1984-86 Faculty member, Western Michigan University
  • 1983-84 Visiting Professor, Concord University, Montreal, Canada
  • 1979-80 DAAD Fellow, Ruhr University, Bochum, West Germany
  • 1971-83 Scientist, National Aeronautics Laboratory, India
  • Senior Member of IEEE; IEEE Distinguished Speaker (2005-2009), IEEE SEM Computer Chapter Chair
  • Research grants from Texas Instruments, Motorola, RPS and Electrocon Companies, Chrysler, International Technology Connection (ITC)
  • Guiding two full-time and four part-time Ph.D. students
  • Life Time Achievement Award from ISPE; Loyd Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award SAE 2012

 

RESEARCH

  • Divisible Load Scheduling; Condition Based Maintenance for military and manufacturing
  • Real Time DSP/Multi-core Systems for Specific Applications; Agent Based Health Monitoring
  • Model Based Systems design; Medical Devices: Retinal Analysis; Baby Monitoring, intelligent Glucometer
  1. Multiprocessor Architecture. Cache memory and multiprocessors are used now increasingly for higher throughput. Bus contention and Cache coherency are the main issues to be considered in such systems. Research on different architectures, performance analysis, cache memory control, and multiple cache coherency protocol is being pursued. This research has applications in high speed microcomputer system design, re-configurable architectures.
  2. Real Time Multiprocessor Systems for Specific Application. The aim is to design, simulate, and analyze multiprocessor systems and parallel programs/algorithms for different applications. Presently working on: Multiple microprocessor based systems for automotive control, implementation of wavelet transform correlation, spectral analysis, vibration analysis, recovery of signals buried in noise, and identification of abnormality in ECG using WT transforms.
  3. DSP Processor Based Systems. Research is directed at developing DSP processor based systems and algorithms for automotive engine knock/misfire detection, data encryption system for computer communication, active noise cancellation, fuzzy logic based engine controller, and field programmable gate array (FPGA) based digital systems.