I am currently a PhD student in Dept. of Computer Science, Georgia State University, Atlanta and working as a Research Assistant in Sensorweb Research Lab, advised by Prof. Wen-Zhan Song

I received my Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Wyoming in 2012 (advised by Prof. Suresh S. Muknahallipatna) and bachelor’s from Dept. of Information Science, PESIT, Bangalore, India in 2009.

Cyber-Physical System ; Distributed Systems ; Big Data Analytics ; Internet of Things

Current Project

See a short video here

I am currently a part of Sensorweb Research Lab at Georgia State University, working on VolcanoSRI: 4D Volcano Tomography in a Large-Scale Sensor Networks. This is a NSF funded project and aims at monitoring seismic activity in real time for imaging 4D tomography of an active volcano. At present we are developing distributed algorithms and communication protocols on mesh networks to provide balanced computation and reliable communication in harsh environment.

illustration of the Real Time InSitu Imaging (RISI) system. RISI consists of consisting of Edge Node that can record earth vibration continuously. Edge nodes form a mesh network  and we perform Edge Analytics on these devices.

illustration of the Real Time InSitu Imaging (RISI) system. RISI consists of consisting of Edge Node that can record earth vibration continuously. Edge nodes form a mesh network and we perform Edge Analytics on these devices.

Illustration of Real Time volcano Imaging using a synthetic phantom.

Illustration of Real Time volcano Imaging using a synthetic phantom.

 

Contact

Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University
Room 644, 25 Park Pl.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Email: gkamath1 [at] student [dot] gsu [dot] edu