MATLAB, LabVIEW, FEKO, HFSS, LTSPICE, CADENCE, C, PYTHON, Microsoft Office, test equipment like Spectrum analyzers, Signal generators, DMM, Network Analyzers, Oscilloscopes etc.
Teaching AssistantAug 2015 to Dec 2015 University of Missouri － Kansas City
ECE-ENGR 412/5513 Advanced principles of RF/Microwave Engineering.
ECE-ENGR 418/5518 Advanced Radar Systems and Techniques.
Conducted FEKO and HFSS tutorials.
Helped students with test equipment for their laboratory experiments.
Research AssistantJan 2015 to May 2016 Computational Electromagnetics/Antenna Laboratory - UMKC
Design and analysis of v-slot ultrawideband (45% bandwidth) with an L-probe feed, rectangular microstrip antenna array using FEKO and HFSS.
Analysed the impact of the sensor bandwidth on non-invasive, microwave imaging for the early detection of breast cancer.
Implementation of novel signal processing algorithms like Delay and sum, Delay-multiply and sum in the frequency domain and Microwave imaging via space-frequency for image reconstruction of the breast in MATLAB.
Research AssistantDec 2014 to May 2015
Sponsored by a security system supplier company called EyeVerify Inc.
Recruited, organized and educated 550 study participants for the real-world biometric data collection using IPhone, OPPO and Samsung smart phones.
Assisted the Principal Investigator in preparing the documents for IRB submissions, including review of consent forms.
Graduate Research AssistantSep 2014 to Dec 2014 Computational Intelligence and Bio-Identification Laboratory-UMKC
Real-world bio-signal data was collected using data acquisition systems like force plates and LabVIEW from 48 participants.
Data was analysed for creating an autonomous credibility assessment system using classification algorithms like linear discriminant analysis, k-Nearest neighbour and Support vector machine.
Demonstrated that bio-signals from force plates can be a more efficient (93.5% accuracy for test set) and a non-invasive technique for detecting deceit.
Education and Training
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering (RF/Electromagnetics and Mixed Signal Systems)University of Missouri － Kansas City, MOElectrical Engineering (RF/Electromagnetics and Mixed Signal Systems)
Bachelor of Engineering, Electronic and Communications EngineeringManipal Institute of TechnologyIndiaElectronic and Communications Engineering
Investigation of Narrowband, Wideband and Ultrawideband Sensor Arrays for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer S.Vemulapalli and D.Chatterjee IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Innovation and Modern Technologies, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, 26-27 December, 2015 (In Press) Evaluation of Ultrawideband Sensor Array in the Detection of Breast Cancer using Delay-Multiply and Sum Beamforming in the Frequency Domain S.Vemulapalli and D.Chatterjee IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Innovation and Modern Technologies, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, 26-27 December, 2015 (In Press) Analysis of Ultrawideband Microwave Imaging via Space Time Beamforming Algorithm in the Frequency Domain S.Vemulapalli and D.Chatterjee 5th IEEE Applied Electromagnetics Conference (AEMC-2015), Guwahati, Assam, India, 18-19 December 2015(In Press) Machine Learning Methods for Credibility Assessment of Interviewees based on Posturographic Data S.K. Saripalle, S.Vemulapalli, R.R. Derakhshani, G.W King, J.K. Burgoon 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Milan, Italy, 25-29 August 2015 A Comparative performance of Ultrawideband and Narrowband Microwave Imaging Sensor Arrays for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer S.Vemulapalli, D.Ketharnath, D.Chatterjee IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC- URSI North American Radio Science Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 19-26 July, 2015 HONORS Best paper presentation award at IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Innovation and Modern Technologies, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India (2015)
C, CADENCE, Cancer, Circuit Design, data acquisition, data collection, experiments, forms, image, Imaging, LabVIEW, MATLAB, Microsoft Office, Microwave, Radar, Network, novel, Oscilloscopes, PYTHON, Signal generators, phones, test equipment, VLSI
Deans International Scholarship Awardee (2015-2016) School of Graduate Studies Travel Grant, UMKC (2015-2016) Outstanding student award by the School of Computing and Engineering, UMKC (2014-2015) USNC/URSI Travel Fellowship Grant Awardee (2015) Best Poster Presentation in Graduate Student category at the Conference, Kansas City (2015) Deans International Scholarship Awardee (2014-2015) Interdisciplinary and Intercampus research grant (UM system) for Graduate Assistantship support (2014)