Viktor Gruev, PhD, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, has received a three-year, $374,080 grant from the National Science Foundation for research titled “Development of a High-Resolution Real-Time Polarization Image Sensor for Marine Deployment.”
Professor Gruev's research interests are in the area of low power integrated sensory systems. In particular, his research aims to synergistically combine CMOS mixed signal electronics with emerging polymer and nano technologies. Professor Gruev's main research area is development of novel image sensors and computational image sensors in CMOS technology.
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