Aswin Sankaranarayanan is an associate professor in the ECE department at CMU, where he is the PI of the Image Science Lab. His research interests are broadly in computational photography with focus on 3D shape estimation and building new kinds of imaging systems. He got his Ph.D. at the University of Maryland where his dissertation won the distinguished dissertation award from the ECE department in 2009. Sankaranarayanan is the recipient of the College of Engineering Dean’s Early Career Fellowship in 2018, the NSF CAREER award in 2017, the Eta Kappa Nu (CMU Chapter) Excellence in Teaching award in 2017, and the Herschel Rich Invention award from Rice University in 2016.
2012 Post-doctoral Researcher, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice University
2009 Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland
2007 MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sankaranarayanan and co-authors win Best Paper at CVPR
ECE’s Aswin Sankaranarayanan and his co-authors received the Best Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) for their paper, “A Theory of Fermat Paths for Non-Line-of-Sight Shape Reconstruction."
3D displays that accommodate the human eye
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have engineered a new technology to enable natural accommodation cues in 3D displays.
The 2018 Dean’s Early Career Fellows
Eight young CMU faculty receive awards for their outstanding contributions to the university.
NSF CAREER awards
The NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a foundation-wide initiative, offering prestigious awards to encourage faculty early in their careers to serve as role models in research and education, and to build the foundation for a lifetime of leadership in their field.