Hari Vishnu

Research Fellow

Hari Vishnu

Hari Vishnu obtained his Ph.D degree in 2013 from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, in Computer Engineering. He did his B.Tech in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Calicut, in 2008.

He joined ARL in 2013. His current research interests at ARL are in machine learning for underwater applications, biological and manmade active sonar, acoustic modelling and signal processing in impulsive noise. His Ph.D research involved the development of improved algorithms for underwater signal processing. These included detection & localization, acoustic propagation modeling and vector sensor processing, and developing robust methods in impulsive noise.

Apart from research, Hari enjoys reading, gardening, listening to music and playing the flute. He is also passionate about anime, movies and TV series.

Hari has been the chair of the IEEE Oceanic Engineering society, Singapore chapter since Jan 2018, and also the Secretary of the Singapore AUV Challenge since 2016.

Email: hari (at) arl.nus.edu.sg

Find me at Google scholar.

Some of my code is public at my Github repo .

Research Interests

Publications

Journals

  1. V. N. Hari, B. Kalyan, M. Chitre and V. Ganesan, "Spatial modeling of deep-sea ferromanganese nodules with limited data using neural networks", IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 2017, DOI: 10.1109/JOE.2017.2752757 [http] [.pdf] © IEEE 2017
  2. A. Mahmood, M. Chitre, and V. Hari, "Locally-Optimal Inspired Detection in Snapping Shrimp Noise," IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 2017, vol. 24, No. 4, Oct 2017, DOI: 10.1109/JOE.2017.2731058 [http] [.pdf] © IEEE 2017
  3. V. N. Hari and M. Chitre, “Robust estimation of modulation frequency in impulsive acoustic data,” IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Mar 2017, DOI: 10.1109/TAES.2017.2677621 [http][.pdf] © IEEE 2017 . Code is available at my Github repo .
  4. V. N. Hari, G. V. Anand and A. B. Premkumar, “Narrowband signal detection techniques in shallow ocean by acoustic vector sensor array”, Digital Signal Processing, vol. 23 pp. 1645-1661, June 2013, [.pdf][http]©Elsevier
  5. V. N. Hari, A. B. Premkumar, and X. Zhong, “A Decoupled Approach for Near-Field Source Localization Using a Single Acoustic Vector Sensor”, Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 843–859, Oct. 2012.[http] [.pdf] ©Springer
  6. V. N. Hari, G. V. Anand, A. B. Premkumar, and A. S. Madhukumar, “Design and performance analysis of a signal detector based on suprathreshold stochastic resonance”, Signal Processing, vol. 92, no. 7, pp. 1745–1757, Jul. 2012. [http] [.pdf] ©Elsevier .

Invited conference talks

  1. A. Mahmood, V. N. Hari and M. Chitre, "Model Based Signal Detection in Snapping Shrimp Noise", Underwater Communications and Network (UComms 2016), Lerici, Italy, September 2016 [http] [.pdf] <
  2. G. V. Anand, V. N. Hari and Z. Madadi, "Signal detection in non-Gaussian noise", SYMPOL 2011, Kochi, 2011

Conferences

  1. V. Hari, V. Robert, B. Kalyan and M. Chitre, "A semi-supervised learning approach to polymetallic nodule parameter modeling", (Accepted) IEEE Oceans 2018, Charleston, Oct 2018
  2. C. Chi, V. Hari and M. Chitre, "A Metric for Selecting Waveforms of Multi-User Wideband Active Sonars", (Accepted) IEEE Oceans 2018, Charleston, Oct 2018
  3. C. Chi, V. Hari and T. B. Koay, "Resolving Velocity Ambiguity Based on Robust Chinese Remainder Theorem for Multi-Frequency Pulse-to-Pulse Coherent Doppler Sonar", (Accepted) IEEE Oceans 2018, Charleston, Oct 2018
  4. B. Kalyan, R. Mishra, V. Hari and M. Chitre, "An Information Theoretic Approach to Polymetallic Nodule Exploration using AUVs", (Accepted) Underwater Mining Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway.
  5. C. Chi, V. Hari and T. B. Koay, "Improving broadband acoustic Doppler current profiler with orthogonal coprime pulse pairs and robust chinese remainder theorem", IEEE Oceans 2018, Kobe, May 2018 [.pdf]
  6. S. Ahmed, V. Hari and M. Chitre, "Monostatic sonar performance using pulse compression waveforms", IEEE Oceans 2018, Kobe, May 2018 [.pdf]
  7. V. Hari , B. Kalyan and M. Chitre, "Spatial modeling and uncertainty characterization of polymetallic nodules in the Clarion-Clipperton zone", IEEE Oceans 2017, Anchorage, Sep 2017 [http] [.pdf]
  8. V. Kalaiarasu, V. Hari, A. Mahmood and M. Chitre, "Predicting underwater acoustic network variability using machine learning techniques", IEEE Oceans 2017, Anchorage, Sep 2017 [http][.pdf]
  9. A. Mahmood, M. Chitre and V. Hari, "Spatial ambient noise inversion using a single hydrophone", IEEE Oceans 2017, Anchorage, Sep 2017 [http] [.pdf]
  10. B. Kalyan, V. Ganesan, M. Chitre and V. Hari," Optimal point planning for abundance estimation of polymetallic nodules", IEEE Oceans 2017, Anchorage, Sep 2017 [http] [.pdf]
  11. Wong Liang Jie, B. Kalyan, M. Chitre and V. N. Hari, "Polymetallic Nodules Abundance Estimation using Sidescan Sonar: A Quantitative Approach using Artificial Neural Network", IEEE Oceans 2017, Aberdeen, Scotland, Jun 2017 [http] [.pdf]
  12. M. Hoffman-Kuhnt, Abel Ho, V. N. Hari, M. Chitre and E. Matrai , Alice Tse, "Buzz that Rod ! Acoustic Analysis and patterns of the echolocation signals of a blindfolded bottlenose dolphin performing a horizontal and vertical angular resolution task", Proceedings of 2015 Society for Marine Mammalogy Biennial Conference, San Francisco, Dec 13-18 [.pdf]
  13. K. C. Unnikrishnan and V. N. Hari, "A vector sensing scheme for underwater acoustics based on particle velocity measurements", IEEE Oceans 2015, Washington DC, USA, Oct 2015 [http] [.pdf]
  14. X. Zhong, V. N. Hari, X. Shen, H. Wang, W. Wang, "Particle filtering for channel parameter tracking in a noisy shallow ocean environment using a vertical array", Asia-Pacific Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar 2015, Singapore, Sep 2015 [http]
  15. V. N. Hari, M. Chitre, Y. M. Too and V. Pallayil, “Robust passive diver detection in shallow ocean”, IEEE Oceans 2015, Genova, Italy [http] [.pdf]
  16. V. N. Hari, M. Chitre, "Robust signal processing in impulsive noise for Sonar", DSO Tech-know exhibition, Singapore, Jul 2014
  17. V. N. Hari, X. Zhong, A. B. Premkumar, "Near-field/far-field source localization in ocean with an acoustic vector sensor array using polynomial rooting", Proc. SYMPOL 2013, Kochi, India, Oct 2013 [.pdf] [http]
  18. V. N. Hari, G. V. Anand, and A. B. Premkumar, “Narrowband detection in ocean with impulsive noise using an acoustic vector sensor array” , in 20th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2012), 2012, pp. 1334–1339. [.pdf] [http]
  19. X. Zhong, V. N. Hari and A. B. Premkumar, " An Optimal Importance Sampling based Particle Filtering for Channel Parameter Estimation in Shallow Ocean", Proc. IEEE Global Conference on Consumer Electronics 2012, Tokyo, Oct 2012.[http]
  20. V. N. Hari, G. V. Anand, A. B. Premkumar, and A. S. Madhukumar, “Underwater signal detection in partially known ocean using short acoustic vector sensor array”, in OCEANS 2011 IEEE - Spain, 2011, no. 65, pp. 1–9. [.pdf][http]
  21. X. Zhong, V. N. Hari, A. B. Premkumar, and A. S. Madhukumar, “Particle filtering with enhanced likelihood model for underwater acoustic source DOA tracking”, in OCEANS 2011 IEEE - Spain, 2011, pp. 1–6. [http]
  22. V. N. Hari, G. V. Anand, and A. B. Premkumar, “Preprocessor based on suprathreshold stochastic resonance for improved bearing estimation in shallow ocean”, in OCEANS 2009, MTS, 2009, no. 65, pp. 1–8. [.pdf] [http]©IEEE 2009
  23. V. N. Hari, G.V. Anand , A. B. Premkumar, "Optimal suprathreshold stochastic resonance based nonlinear detector", Proc. 17th European Signal Processing conference (EUSIPCO 2009), Glasgow, 2009, pp. 2062 – 2066. [.pdf]

Thesis

  1. V. N. Hari, "Improved techniques for detection and localization of underwater acoustic sources using acoustic vector sensors", Ph.D thesis, School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2013

 

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