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Ramanathan Subramanian

Ramanathan Subramanian
Ramanathan Subramanian
Adjunct Research Scientist
 

Ramanathan Subramanian is an adjunct Research Scientist at ADSC, and his research focusses on Human-centered computing, which involves design and implementation of AI systems with the human as an integral part of the loop. In particular, he is interested in developing methods to understand human visual and emotional perception as well as human behavior. Earlier, he was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (DISI), University of Trento, Italy, where he worked with Prof. Nicu Sebe.

Research Interests: Human-centric design/computing, Human-behavior understanding, Brain-computer interfaces, Human-computer interaction, Multimedia processing, Computer vision, Machine Learning

ADSC Project:

Education:

  • Ph.D. from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore, 2008
  • B.E. (Hons) Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, 2002

Experience:

  • February 2010 - August 2012
    • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at University of Trento, Italy
  • February 2008 - January 2010
    • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at National University of Singapore's School of Computing
  • August 2006 - December 2007
    • Teaching Assistant for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the National University of Singapore

Publications and Patents:

  • Book Chapters
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, A.A. Kassim, “A Survey of Popular 3D Soft-body Animation       Compression Approaches”. Book: Computer Animation, Nova Publishers, 2010.  
  • Journals
    • Anoop K. Rajagopal, Subramanian Ramanathan, Elisa Ricci, Radu L. Vieriu, Oswald Lanz, Kalpathi. Ramakrishnan, Nicu Sebe, “Exploring Transfer Learning Approaches for Head Pose Classification from Multi-view Surveillance Videos”, (under major revision for the International Journal of Computer Vision- Special issue on Domain adaptation for Vision Applications).
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, Divya Shankar, Nicu Sebe, David Melcher, “Eye movement patterns and subsequent memory for neutral and emotional movie scenes”, (under review at Journal of Vision).
    • David Melcher, Subramanian Ramanathan, Divya Shankar, Nicu Sebe, “The influence of emotion on eye fixations for Hollywood movies”, Journal of Eye Movement Research, (17th European Conference on Eye Movements abstracts), 2013.
    • Bruno Lepri, Subramanian Ramanathan, Kyriaki Kalimeri, Jacopo Staiano, Fabio Pianesi and Nicu Sebe, “Connecting meeting behavior with Extraversion – A systematic study”, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, vol. 3 (4), 2012.
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, Ashraf A. Kassim and Tiow Seng Tan, “Impact of Vertex Clustering on registration-based 3D dynamic mesh coding – A study”, Image and Vision Computing, 2007.
  • International Conferences
    • Yan Yan, Elisa Ricci, Subramanian Ramanathan, Oswald Lanz, Nicu Sebe, “Multi-view Head Pose Classification under Positional Variation: A Flexible Graph-guided Multi-task Learning Approach”, Int’l Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2013 (Poster).
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, Yan Yan, Jacopo Staiano, Oswald Lanz, Nicu Sebe, “On the relationship between head pose, social attention and personality prediction in unstructured and dynamic group interactions”, Int’l Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI), 2013 (Oral).
    • Vassilios Vonikakis, Subramanian Ramanathan and Stefan Winkler, “How do users make a People-Centric slideshow?”, ACM Workshop on Crowdsourcing for Multimedia, 2013.
    • Mojtaba Khomami Abadi, Seyed Mostafa Kia, Subramanian Ramanathan, Paolo Avesani, Nicu Sebe, “User-centric Affective Video Tagging from MEG and Peripheral Physiological Responses”, Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), 2013 (Oral).
    • Syed Omer Gilani, Subramanian Ramanathan, Huang Hua, Stefan Winkler, Shih-Cheng Yen, “Impact of Image Appeal on Visual Attention during Photo Triaging”, Int’l Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 2013.
    • Stefan Winkler, Subramanian Ramanathan, “Overview of eye tracking datasets”, Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), 2013.
    • Mojtaba Khomami Abadi, Seyed Mostafa Kia, Subramanian Ramanathan, Paolo Avesani, Nicu Sebe, “Decoding affect in videos employing the MEG brain signal”, Workshop on Emotion Representation, Analysis and Synthesis in Continuous Time and Space (EmoSpace), 2013.
    • Anoop K. Rajagopal, Subramanian Ramanathan, Radu L. Vieriu, Elisa Ricci, Oswald Lanz, Kalpathi. Ramakrishnan, Nicu Sebe: An Adaptation Framework for Head Pose Estimation in Dynamic Multi-view Scenarios, ACCV, 2012 (Acceptance rate 23.2%- Poster).
    • Yan Yan, Subramanian Ramanathan, Oswald Lanz, Nicu Sebe: Active transfer learning for multi-view head-pose classification. ICPR, 2012.
    • Radu L. Vieriu, Anoop K. Rajagopal, Subramanian Ramanathan, Oswald Lanz, Elisa Ricci, Nicu Sebe, Kalpathi Ramakrishnan: A boosting-based transfer learning framework for multi-view head-pose classification from surveillance videos. EUSIPCO, 2012.
    • Subramanian RamanathanVictoria Yanulevskaya, Nicu Sebe: Can computers learn from humans to see better? Inferring scene semantics from viewers’ eye movements. ACM Multimedia 2011 (Acceptance rate 17%- Oral).
    • Jacopo Staiano, Bruno Lepri, Subramanian RamanathanFabio PianesiNicu Sebe: Automatic Modeling of Personality States in Small Group Interactions. ACM Multimedia 2011 (Acceptance rate 30%- Poster).
    • Subramanian RamanathanJacopo StaianoKyriaki KalimeriNicu SebeFabio Pianesi: Putting the pieces together: multimodal analysis of social attention in meetings. ACM Multimedia 2010 (Acceptance rate 30%- Poster   ).            
    • Harish Katti, Subramanian RamanathanMohan S. KankanhalliNicu SebeTat-Seng ChuaKalpathi R. Ramakrishnan: Making computers look the way we look: exploiting visual attention for image understanding. ACM Multimedia 2010 (Acceptance rate 30%- Poster).
    • Bruno Lepri, Subramanian RamanathanKyriaki KalimeriJacopo StaianoFabio PianesiNicu Sebe: Employing social gaze and speaking activity for automatic determination of the Extraversion trait. ICMI-MLMI 2010 (Acceptance rate 25%- Oral).
    • Subramanian RamanathanHarish KattiNicu SebeMohan S. KankanhalliTat-Seng Chua: An Eye Fixation Database for Saliency Detection in Images. ECCV 2010 (Acceptance rate 27%- Poster).         
    • Subramanian RamanathanHarish KattiRaymond HuangTat-Seng ChuaMohan S. Kankanhalli: Automated localization of affective objects and actions in images via caption text-cum-eye gaze analysis. ACM Multimedia 2009 (Acceptance rate 28%- Poster).
    • Xiangyu Wang, Subramanian RamanathanMohan S. Kankanhalli: A robust framework for aligning lecture slides with video. ICIP 2009.
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, Ashraf Kassim, Y.V. Venkatesh and Wu Sin Wah: Human Facial Expression Recognition using a 3D Morphable model: ICIP 2006.
    • Subramanian Ramanathan, A.A. Kassim, S Gupta and K Sengupta: Multi-Resolution Streaming And Rendering Of 3-D Dynamic Data: ICIP 2004.