Research Assistant, August 2002 ‐ July 2003 Geo‐sensing Engineering Department, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Conducted a comparative study on the most cost‐efficient method to perform real time multimedia acquisition and 3D processing.
Analyzed the design of a single photon signal level Airborne Laser Swathe Mapping (ALSM) Instrument.
ALSM data collection operator aboard the Cessna 337 aircraft.
Computer skills: Matlab, C, C++, Java, WSH EE software Skills: Cadence, Verilog, PSpice, LabView, SPSS Assembly level: TMS320c3X, TMS320C5X, 80c320 OS: Unix, Windows 9x/NT/XP, MSDOS
Digital Signal Processing Digital Speech Processing Adaptive Signal Processing Neural Networks
Amplification 3 (Audiology) Analog Signal Processing VLSI and Advanced VLSI RF IC Testing Bipolar Analog IC design
Other Relevant Projects
Designed and implemented a Coordinate Rotation Digital Computer circuit with built‐in‐ self‐test (Fabricated and tested IC.)
Designed and implemented a low power CMOS pulse duration modulator (Fabricated and tested IC.)
Developed an application to enable Remote Terminal Access using Voice Driven Commands (RETAVOC.)
Designed and implemented an 80c320 based PCB to simulate and test a TMS320c32 based control board of a yarn winding machine at Premier Polytronics Ltd.
Papers and Grants
M. Ramani, J. G. Harris, Noise robust cell phone speech processing for the hard of hearing, Florida Acoustical society of America 2006 meeting.
M. Ramani, J. G. Harris, A. Holmes, Comparison of hearing loss compensation algorithms using speech intelligibility measures, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 117, no. 4, p.2604, Vancouver, CA, Apr. 2005.
M.Ramani, J. G. Harris, Cell phone assistive listening device, International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) 2005 meeting.