Achuta Kadambi

Achuta Kadambi

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

56-147J Engr. IV

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Kadambi gives robots sight by symbiotically blending camera and algorithm designs. With applications to cyberphysical systems and digital health, His research has been recognized with best paper awards, fellowships, and the Lemelson-MIT student prize. His imaging research has strong industrial implications, resulting in 15 US patent filings and an imaging start-up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Kadambi received his Ph.D. from MIT.
RESEARCH AND INTERESTS
Computational Imaging, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Robotics, Medical Devices
NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
Five Selected Publications
  • A Kadambi, and R Raskar. “Rethinking machine vision ToF with GHz heterodyning” IEEE Access 2017.
  • A Kadambi, V Taamazyan, B Shi, and R Raskar. “Depth sensing using geometrically constrained..” IJCV 2017
  • A Kadambi, J Schiel, and R Raskar “Macroscopic interferometry..” CVPR 2016
  • A Kadambi, H Zhao, B Shi, and R Raskar. “Occluded imaging..”  ACM ToG (pres SIGGRAPH 2016)
  • A Kadambi, V Taamazyan, B Shi, and R Raskar.”Polarized 3d..” ICCV 2015
Five Selected Patents
  • US Patent #9,405,008, Multi-frequency Camera
  • US Patent #9,638,801, Compressive LIDAR
  • US Patent #9,778,363, Transient Deconvolution
  • US Patent #9,897,698, Shuttered 3D Imaging
  • US Patent #9,897,699, Virtual Sensor Array
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
  • 2019, Forbes 30 Under 30, Science
  • 2018, Best Paper Award, Int Conf on Comp. Photography
  • 2017, Best Papers Issue, Int Journal of Computer Vision
  • 2016, Rahamimoff Award, US-Israel Science Foundation
  • 2016, Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
  • 2015, Scientific American, World Changing Idea of 2015
  • 2014, Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
  • 2013, Draper Fellowship
  • 2011, Chancellor’s Scholar, Univ Calif, Berkeley