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Surya Prasath

Division of Biomedical Informatics
Department of Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 7024, Cincinnati OH 45229 USA

Department of Biomedical Informatics
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati
231 Albert Sabin Way, OH 45267 USA

812 Rhodes Hall, OH 45221 USA

Surya phone +1 513-636-2755 Surya phone +1 513-636-2056 Surya skype id surya.iit
email surya.prasath@cchmc.org, prasatsa@uc.edu, surya.iit@gmail.com
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Latest News


Received a Center for Pediatric Genomics (CpG) grant from the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation (CCRF) with Krishna Roskin for the development of a database and tools to accelerate immunoglobulin and TCR bioinformatics.

Our lab is part of the Pediatric Cell Atlas with Nathan Salomonis, Bruce Aronow for the development of imaging informatics for the atlas. The pediatric atlas is part of a broader international consortium, the Human Cell Atlas (HCA).

Our lab is part of the NIH/NCATS Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network for the consistent data integration workflows, management, storage, analysis of various imaging data from ~20 different consortium spread across the USA.

Brand new lab website coming soon! Current students: Smruti Deoghare (PhD, BMI, CCHMC), Balaji Iyer (PhD, EECS, UC), Ravi Yadav (MS, EECS, UC), Sameul W. Hacker (SURF, Univ. Kentuky), Shu Isaka, Asami Yonekura, Tomohiro Hayakawa, Yuto Onai, Daisuke Saito, Daiki Katsuma, Keita Haraguchi, Takumi Kosaka (EE, Mie, Japan, jointly with Hiroharu Kawanaka and Bruce Aronow).

Congratulations to our Lab's MS students Mr. Harshith Bondada (MS, EECS, UC, joined a data-analytics company), Mr. Srinivasa Siddhartha Selagamsetty (MS, EECS, UC, joined a start-up) on their new jobs!

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Research Interests

Visual data excites me, and I am slowly turning into a data scientist now. I started in pure mathematics and spent BSc, MSc, and the first few years of my PhD learning hard-core Analysis, Topology, and Geometry. Now in the past decade, I have spent a lot of time in learning image processing, computer vision, and machine learning techniques. My current primary research area is biomedical imaging and data informatics with a strong emphasize in pediatrics. For more details about my work, please have a look at my publications list or research page.

Career Interests

Mathematics :
Algebraic Topology (Applied Topology), Algebraic Geometry, Calculus of Variations, Differential Geometry, Mathematical Logic, Differential Equations, Differential Topology, Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Finite Element Method/Analysis (FEM/FEA), Compressed Sensing, Harmonic Analysis, Generalized Inverses.

Applied Mathematics:
Regularization Methods for Inverse Problems (Image Processing, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Deep Learning), Robust Statistics (Markov Random Fields, M-estimators), Optimization Techniques, Mathematical Image Analysis, Visualization, Level Set Methods, Mathematics for Computational Photography.

Computers :
C, C++, Python, R, TensorFlow, OpenCV, MATLAB, Mathematica, COMSOL, POV-Ray, 3DSlicer, GIMP, Adobe Photoshop, Linux, Windows OS, MS Office, TeX/LaTeX.

Arts
Martial Arts, Origami (Intermediate Level), Tangrams, Writing, Cooking, Photography.


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Caught in the web: Owls see in stereo much like humans do (JOV article) - Owls exploit the third dimension like us!!
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