COGNISENSE
COGNISENSE: Center on Cognitive Multispectral Sensors

Director: Saibal Mukhopadhyay
Assistant Director: James Buckwalter

The vision for COGNISENSE is to design sensors that dynamically adapt to “what is being sensed” and “how sensed signals are processed” according to the real-time changes in the environment. Our objective is to develop cognitive multi-spectral sensors that directly generate trustworthy insights from wideband multi-modal analog signals using closed-loop feedback control of the sensor hardware and feature extraction algorithms that enable energy-efficient sensing-to-action. In an autonomous system, our cognitive sensor will make efficient use of the available sensor power by only sampling the most useful part of a scene and generating only the most useful features. We will pursue a full-stack approach connecting circuits; signal processing, machine learning, and control algorithms; heterogeneous integration; system software; and applications to develop and demonstrate the COGNISENSE concepts. The center will be organized in five interacting themes: (1) Multi-spectral Array, (2) Analog-to-Insight, (3) Closed-loop Attention Control, (4) Heterogeneous System Integration, and (5) System Software and Integration.

4819 Emperor Blvd, Suite 300 Durham, NC 27703 Voice: (919) 941-9400 Fax: (919) 941-9450

Important Information for the SRC website. This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies. If you are not happy with the use of these cookies, please review our Cookie Policy to learn how they can be disabled. By disabling cookies, some features of the site will not work.