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Associate Professor Manoranjan Paul is the Winner of the ICT Researcher of the Year 2017

Director, E-Health

Dr Paul is an Associate Professor in Computer Science, School of Computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, NSW, Australia, Phone: +61-2-6338 4260 (Office), Fax:+61-2-6338 4260, Email: mpaul@csu.edu.au

Manoranjan Paul (M’03, SM'13) received PhD degree in computing from Monash University, Australia in 2005. He was a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, from 1997-2001. He has worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in UNSW, Monash University, and Nanyang Technological University from 2005 to 2011. He is currently working as an Associate Professor in Computer Science, in the School of Computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, Australia.

He has published 150+ refereed publications. His publications are cited 1347 times with h-index 21, i10 index 41, m-index 1.3 according to Google Scholar. A/Prof. Paul published 3 journal articles in the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing (Rank A* and Rank 1 in Signal Processing according to Google Scholar Metrics), 4 articles in IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology (Rank 1 in Multimedia), one in IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (Rank 2 in Multimedia), one in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (Rank A*), one in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (Rank A*), one in IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, and three in PLoS ONE (Rank 25 among all journals and conferences in the world). He was a keynote speaker in IEEE ICCIT 2010, videoEveryWhere workshop in IEEE WoWMoM 2014, and IEEE DICTA 2017 & 2013.

A/Prof. Paul is a Senior member of the IEEE (M’03 SM'13) and ACS (’05). A/Prof. Paul is an Associate Editor of EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (JASP). A/Prof. Paul has served as a guest editor of Journal of Multimedia from 2008-2013. He has been on Technical Program Committees of more than 40 international conferences. A/Prof. Paul obtained more than $15,000,000 competitive grants including the most prestigious grant ARC Discovery Project, CRC.

A/Prof Paul is a winner of the ICT Researcher of the Year 2017, Australian Computer Society (ACS).

PhD Scholarship Available

I am looking for PhD students in Cybersecurity, Image Processing, Computer Vision, and Medical Signal Processing. The potential candidate should have Master degree or 4 years honours/bachelor degree in Computer Science or related discipline from good university with good results. Good English and programming skill are also desiarable.To get scholarship, a candidate with previous experience in research and a number of publications gets priority.

To express your interest, you must send your latest CV with a brief research proposal to Associate Professor Manoranjan Paul at email: mpaul@csu.edu.au.



My Research Interest

  • Video Technology (coding, compression, and processing).

  • Medical Imaging (Diabetic retinopathy, Breast Implant, Cancer diagnosis)

  • Hypespectral Imaging (coding and processing).

  • E-Health (Tele-Health, Fall Detection, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality).

  • Epilepsy Seizure (EEG Signal Processing)

  • Computer Vision (Background modelling, Video summarization, Object detection).

  • Human-Computer Interaction (Eye Tracking, EEG).

  • Human Cognition (Engagement and attention modelling).

Awards (Selected)

  • ICT Researcher of the Year 2017 by Australian Computer Society.

  • Travel Award , Australian Academy of Science, 2016.

  • Research Excellence Award, School of computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, 2016.

  • Research Supervision Excellence Award, Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences, Charles Sturt University, 2015.

  • Research Excellence Award, Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences, Charles Sturt University, 2013.

  • Research Excellence Award, School of Computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, 2011.

  • Early Career Researcher of the Year, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, 2008.

Grants (selected)

  • Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant, 2013-2015, "DP130103670: Multiview Video Coding using Cuboid Data Compression," $315,000.

  • Australian Government's CRC Project Grant, 2018-24, $14,000K.

  • CSU-Industry Partnership Project Grant, 2018-2022, $902K.

  • Charles Sturt University Research Infrastructure Block Grants (RIBG), 2015, "Food quality assessment using Hyperspectral Camera," $63,110.

  • Faculty of Business Compact fund, 2015, "Epileptic Seizure prediction," $17,000.

  • Faculty of Business Compact funding for PhD project grant, 2013-2016, "Multiview video coding," $154,000.

  • Charles Sturt University Educational Equipment Grant, 2014,"High Performance Computing in Multiview Video coding," $20,000.

  • Charles Sturt University Research Infrastructure Block Grants (RIBG), 2013, "Image depth estimation, visualization, and quality assessment using intelligent computing," $50,000.

  • Charles Sturt University Research Infrastructure Block Grants (RIBG), 2012, "Abnormal event detection using eye tracker technology," $50,000.

  • Faculty of Business Compact Fund, 2013, "Imaging Under Dangerous Conditions, specifically within the Mining Industry," $85,000.

  • Australia-China Science Research Fund (ACSRF), 2012, "WAREIGS: Wavelet-Network-Based Augmented-Reality-Enhanced Image-Guided Surgery," $38,000 .

  • Faculty of Business Compact fund, 2012, "Efficient Algorithms for Nuclear Norm Minimization," $12,702.

  • Faculty of Business Compact Fund, 2012, "Eye controlled video coding," $12,829.

  • Faculty of Business Compact Fund, 2011, "Visiting Fellow," $14,036.

  • Nanyang Technological University URECA grant, 2009-2010, "Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus (URECA) project(2009-2010)," $21,600.

  • ARC (Australian Research Council) Research Network in Enterprise Information Infrastructure (EII), 2007, "Video Signal Processing and Communication Taskforce Grant," $25,000.



News

  • November 2017: Congratulations to A/Prof. Manoranjan Paul for the ICT Researcher of the Year, ACS Digital Disruptor Award, 2017.

  • November 2017: Congratulations to Dr Pallab Podder for his successful PhD degree.

  • September 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Pallab Podder, Rui Xiao for the acceptance of two papers in PSIVT 2017.

  • September 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Pallab, Toufique, Salehin, and Motiur for the acceptance of four papers in IEEE DICTA 2017.

  • July 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Dr Shampa (Monash), Dr Niras (Macquarie), and Dr Salehin (CSU) for the completion of PhD.

  • May 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Toufique for the acceptance of a journal paper in Pattern Analysis and Applications, SJR Rank Q2.

  • May 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Salehin for the acceptance of a journal paper in JOSA A, JCR Rank Q1.

  • May 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Toufique for the acceptance of a journal paper in Signal, Image, and Video Processing, JCR Rank Q2.

  • May 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Motiur, Toufique, and Niras and my RA Dr Pan Gao for the acceptance of three ICIP 2017 papers.

  • April 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Motiur and Salehin and my RA Dr Kalyan Halder for the acceptance of three ICME 2017 papers.

  • March 2017: Congratulations to my PhD students Pallab for the acceptance of a journal paper in Signal Processing: Image Communication, JCR Rank Q2.

  • February 2017: Manoranjan Paul received Research Excellence Award 2017 for outstanding research, School of Computing and Mathematics.

Visitors

  • September 2017, A/Professor Murk Bottema, Flinders University

  • October 2016, Professor John Grundy, Deakin University

  • June 2016, Professor Reinhard Klette, University of Auckland

  • April 2016, Dr Reji Mathew, University of New South Wales

  • March 2016, Brad Fulton, LAnd and Property Information, NSW

  • November 2015, Winthrop Professor Mohammed Bennamoun, University of Western Australia

  • November 2015, Professor Fatih Porikli, Australian National University

  • November 2015, Associate Professor Mark Pickering, University of New South Wales

  • November 2015, Emeritus Professor Manzur Murshed, Federation University

  • November 2015, Professor Michael Blumenstein, Griffith University

  • November 2015, Associate Professor Winqing Li, University of Wollongong

  • September 2015: Professor Sanjoy Paul, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Australia.

  • August 2015: A/Professor Wei Xiang, USQ, Australia.

  • July 2015: Professor Raj Gurutajan, USQ, Australia.

  • June 2015: Professor Vinod Chandran, QUT, Australia.



My Career Best 10 publications

Current Manoranjan Paul's Research Team Member

  • Professor Manzur Murshed (Co-Investigator of an ARC DP project- DP130103670), Federation University.

  • Professor Weisi Lin (Co-Investigator), Nanyang Technological University, singapore.

  • Professor Junbin Gao (Co-Investigator), University of Sydney.

  • A/Prof Chandana Withana, Charles Sturt University.

  • Dr Abeer Alsadoon, Charles Sturt University.

  • Dr Subrata Chakraborty (Co-Investigator), Southern Queensland University.

  • Dr Mortuza Ali (Research Fellow in Multiview video coding funded by ARC DP Project-DP130103670), Federation University.

  • Dr Tanmoy Debnath (Research Associate in Multiview video coding funded by ARC DP Project-DP130103670), Charles Sturt University.

  • Dr Mohammad Zavid Parvez (former PhD student), ISI Foundation, Italy.

  • Dr Niras C.V. (formr PhD Student in Hardware Design in Motion Estimation), Macquarie University.

  • Dr Shampa Shahriyar (former PhD Student), Data Scientist, ANZ Bank.

  • Dr MD Salehin (former PhD Student in Video summarization), Evon Dixon.

  • Dr Bin Liang (former PhD Student in Human Gait Recognition project), CSIRO.

  • Dr Pallab Podder (former PhD Student in Video Coding and Eye tracking Technology funded by ARC DP Project), Charles Sturt University.

  • Rui Xiao (PhD Student in Hyperspectral imaging funded by Charles Sturt University), Charles Sturt University.

  • DM Motiur Rahman (PhD Student in View Synthesis for Free Viewpoint Video and TV), Charles Sturt University.

  • Toufique Soomro. (PhD Student in Eye Related Disease and Brain Abnormalities), Charles Sturt University.

  • Linh Pham (Doctor of Information Technology Student in cardiopulmonary measurement), Charles Sturt University.

  • Pushkar Bhatkoti (Doctor of Information Technology Student in Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease), Charles Sturt University.

  • Cameron White (Honours in Cybersecurity), Charles Sturt University.



Some Resources

IEEE ICCIT Conference Keynote speech on Vision Friendly Video Coding

Keynote Slide

Reading/Writing a journal article

ICASSP 2012 Poster

Charles Sturt University Nanyang Technological University Monash University University of New South Wales Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology Devro Pty Ltd

eHealth Workshop on Remote Health using Technology (RHT) 2017

Date: 9th February 2017 at Young Service Club

eHealth Workshop on Remote Health using Technology (RHT) 2017

VICPU 2015 workshop

Date: 3rd and 4th November 2015 at Charles Sturt University

Australian Workshop on Video/Image Coding, Processing, and Understanding (VICPU) 2015 is about application of ideas on Video and Image Processing to help regional industries improve their productivity; to restructure so as to be more effective in a changing economic climate. This workshop is targeting researchers, engineers, consultants and technical managers interested in this rapidly changing field. It targets those effective ideas with clear application.

External Speakers:

CONTACT: Dr Manoranjan Paul mpaul@csu.edu.au +61 2 6338 4260



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Updated at December 2015

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