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Vladimir M. Brajovic 
Project Scientist 
Director, Computational Sensor Laboratory 

Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon  University, 1996. 
M.S.E.E., Rutgers University, 1990; 
M.S.I.A., Carnegie Mellon University, 2000; 
B.S.E.E., University of Belgrade, 1987;  

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Research interests (more...

Computational sensors for vision, analog and mixed-signal VLSI, robotics, machine vision, biologically-motivated robot perception, image sensors, range sensors, real-time embedded vision systems, 2D and 3D signal processing. 

Representative publications (more...)

"Temporal Photoreception for Adaptive Dynamic Range Image Sensing and Encoding," with Ryohei Miyagawa and Takeo Kanade, invited paper, Neural Networks 11, 1998, pp. 1149-1158 

"A VLSI Sorting Image Sensor: Global Massively Parallel Intensity-to-Time Processing for Low-Latency, Adaptive Vision," with Takeo Kanade, IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation, No. 1, Vol. 15, February 1999, pp. 67-75. 

"Tracking Computational Sensor with Attention," with Takeo Kanade, IEEE Jour. of Solid-State Circuits, No. 8, Vol. 33, August 1998, pp. 1199-1207 


  • Anton Philips Award for the best student paper, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Minneapolis, 1996
  • DARPA, 2002; MSA, 2001; ABB, 1998; Activeband, 2000.
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