Pratik Shah

Assistant Professor

Academic Qualifications

  • PhD ICT in 2012 DAIICT
  • MTech in ICT 2005 DAIICT
  • B.E. ECE from Gujarat University

Research interests

Signal Processing, Differential Geometry, Computer Vision, Scientific Computing

Experience

Pratik has worked as JRF and SRF with Naval Science and Technological Laboratory, Vizag on a project titled "Estimation filters for target tracking problems". He has also worked as a faculty with department of Electronics and Communication at the LNM Institute of Information Technology for two years. He joined IIIT Vadodara as Assistant Professor in July 2013.

Journal

  • Prashant Domadia, Pratik Shah and Suman Mitra, "Shadow-Free, Expeditious and Precise Moving Object Separation from Video", International Journal of Image and Graphics, World Scientific Publishing, Vol 18, Issue no. 1, January, 2018, DOI : 10.1142/S0219467818500055
  • Pratik Shah and Samaresh Chatterji, “On the Curve Reconstruction in Riemannian Manifolds”, Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, 45(1), 55-68, Springer US, 2013 DOI: 10.1007/s10851-012-0344-0
  • Conferences

  • Prashant Domadia, Pratik Shah and Suman Mitra, "Vector Graph Representation for Deformation Transfer using Poisson Interpolation", IEEE, Winter conference on applications of computer vision, 2018
  • Dhruv Shah, Pratik Shah and Asim Banerjee, "Similarity based regularization for online matrix-factorization problem: an application to course recommender systems", IEEE International Conference Region 10 TENCON 2017
  • Falak Shah, Pratik Shah and Rahul Dubey, “Specularity Removal for Robust Road Detection”, IEEE International Conference Region 10, TENCON, 2016
  • Prashant Domadiya, Pratik Shah and Suman K. Mitra, “Fast and Accurate Foreground Background Separation for Video Surveillance”, 6th International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence, 2015
  • Lekshmi Ramesh, and Pratik Shah, “R-SpaRCS : An Algorithm for Foreground-Background Separation of Compressively-Sensed Surveillance Videos”, 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal based Surveillance, 2015
  • Sanjeel Parekh and Pratik Shah, “Nyquist Filter Design using POCS Methods: Including Constraints in design”, 14th IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology, 2014
  • Additional information

    Teaching

    • Winter 2017-18
    • a. S308 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
      b. IT309/CS505 Introduction to Information Retrieval
    • Winter 2015-16
    • CS303 Curves and Surface for Computer Graphics

    Contact

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    Phone: +91-9978918492