About me

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I'm a second year graduate student in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, working with Prof. Byron Boots on AutoRally project. My general research interests are in computer vision, machine learning and intelligent control.

Previously, I worked at Robert Bosch, building solutions for driver assistance systems. Over Summer 2018, I worked at Velodyne LiDAR Advanced Research Center developing novel dense 3D map aggregation algorithms.

When I have some free time, I binge-watch. If I have a lot of free time, I either do some DIY/hacking or travel. I love to drive and occasionally I do some photography. I came across "boom-de-yah-da" on Discovery Channel way back in 2008, and I really bought into the idea of "The World is Just Awesome".

Major publications

Design and Evaluation of a Robust Optical Beam-Interruption-Based Vehicle Classifier System

Aravind Rao, G.R. Jayanth and M.D. Madhusudhan.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, March 2013.

AN AUTOMATED REALTIME VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM.

G.R Jayanth and Aravind Rao.
Indian Patent, 1213/CHE/2013.