Lakshmi Krishnan

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Postdoctoral Fellow School of Engineering and Computer Science

Research Interests

My main research interests are in the application of optimization methods for developing novel algorithms for signal and image processing applications. Some of my specific research areas include
  • Sparse estimation algorithms and their applications in channel estimation
  • Acoustic impulse response shaping
  • Compressive sensing

Recent Publications

[1] T. Betlehem, L. Krishnan, and P. Teal. Temperature robust active-compensated sound field reproduction using impulse response shaping. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Acoust., Speech & Sig. Proc., pp. 481-485, Calgary, April 2018.

[2] P.D. Teal, L. Krishnan, and T. Betlehem. Efficient projection onto a low dimensional ball. J. Engineering Optimization, May 2018.

[3] L. Krishnan, T. Betlehem, and P.D. Teal. A statistically robust approach to acoustic impulse response shaping. IEEE Signal Processing Letters, vol.24, no.8, Aug. 2017.

[4] L. Krishnan, P.D. Teal, and T. Betlehem. A robust sparse approach to acoustic impulse response shaping. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Acoust., Speech & Sig. Proc., pp. 738-742, Brisbane, April 2015.

[5] L. Krishnan, P.D. Teal, and T. Betlehem. A sparsity based approach for acoustic room impulse response shortening. In Proc. IEEE Workshop on Statistical Signal Processing, pp. 284 - 287, Gold Coast, June 2014.