Best student paper award
Geethu Miriam Jacob and Sukhendu Das
for the paper titled
"Large Parallax Image Stitching Using an Edge-Preserving Diffeomorphic Warping Process",
at Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems (ACIVS),
Sept 24-27, 2018, Poitiers, France.
Work partly supported by TCS Foundation (India).
Geethu Miriam Jacob has been selected for the TCS fellowship award for the year 2014-2017.
Paper Titled : "Unsupervised Domain Adaptation Using Manifold Alignment For Object And Event Categorization :" shortlisted among the top 9 papers for best paper award at IEEE 21st International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)-2014, Paris, France; Authors- Suranjana Samanta and Sukhendu Das. Work partly supported by TCS Innovation Lab (India). [Certificate]
Best paper award during inaugural session of National Symposium on "Space technology for food and environment security", awarded to T.T. Mirnalinee, Sukhendu Das and Koshy Varghese, for the paper titled "An integrated multi-stage framework for automatic road extraction from high resolution satellite imagery", published in Journal of Indian Society of Remote Sensing, December 2012, New Delhi, India.
Suranjana Samanta has been selected for the TCS fellowship award for the year 2010-2011.
VIDLOOKUP - a prototype demo on CBVR, selected among the top 12 demos at International Conference on ICCV-2011, Barcelona, Spain; Contributors - Chiranjoy Chattopadhyay, Sukhendu Das, A. Dyana, Sasi Inguva.
Best paper award at National Conference on Computer Vision, AI and Robotics (NCCVAIR '07) awarded to Sunando Sengupta and Sukhendu Das for their work published in the paper titled "Error Norm for Determining 3D Structure from Different Appearances of an Object", October 2007, Chennai, India.
P. Vinod selected for INFOSYS Fellowship Award during 2005-2006.
Best paper award at National Conference on Image Processing (NCIP '05) awarded to Vinod Pathangay and Sukhendu Das for their work published in the paper titled "Exploring the use of selective Wavelet Subbands for PCA based Face Recognition", March 2005, Bangalore, India.
Best design Contest Award at "SOPC World" event (2004) on Embedded Systems and VLSI systems, conducted by ALTERA in Bangalore, jointly with Prof. V. Kamakoti and Pavan Kumar.
Application for a patent entitled: A novel method of Subband face image Representation and a process to obtain the same for efficient face recognition, submitted in Sept., 2005, and conditionally approved for filing by IC&SR, IIT Madras, Nov. 2005.