Skip to main content
August 19, 2021

Krishnaswamy is part of NSF grant to study 3D camera interference

Written By: Webmanager

Bhuvana Krishnaswamy, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is part of an interdisciplinary team that recently received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to address interference between 3D cameras.

Krishnaswamy will collaborate with ECE affiliate and computer science professor Suman Banerjee and computer science assistant professor Mohit Gupta during the four-year project.

For the project, titled “CNS Core: Medium: Characterization, Mitigation, and Management of Active 3D Camera Interference,” the team proposes to identify and address interference between multiple, active 3D cameras, which are becoming popular in commercial devices for depth perception. The team will draw parallels between camera and radio frequency interference.