Associate Professor, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nazarbayev University
Alex Pappachen James received his Ph.D. from Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University completing in short 2 year duration in the area of bio-inspired cognitive face recognition system. .Dr James is a senior member of IEEE and is actively involved in the development of leading societies in the area of brain inspired systems. He is active as a reviewer, external examiner to PhD thesis, conference committees, authoring in journals and mentor to graduate students. He is widely travelled and enjoys research collaborations with like-minded researchers from across the world. More info: www.biomicrosystems.info/apj. .
He is currently a professorial faculty with School of Engineering, Nazarbayev University and CEO/founder of the start-up Enview R&D Labs. He has an extensive industry and academic experience working on research projects in the area of board design, embedded systems, and integrated circuits for neuron inspired systems. His research deals with bio-inspired circuit, algorithms and systems in particular to applications involving low level vision processing, sensor data fusion and decisions in the domains of use in biomedical, nanosystems and sustainable engineering."
[Conference] Timur Ibrayev, Alex Pappachen James, Cory Merkel, Dhireesha Kudithipudi, A Design of HTM Spatial Pooler for Face Recognition Using Memristor-CMOS Hybrid Circuits,2016 IEEE Int'l Symposium on Circuits & Systems, Canada, May 22-26, 2016
[Journal] James, Alex Pappachen, Linu Rose VJ Francis, and Dinesh S. Kumar. ”Resistive threshold logic.” IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration(VLSI) Systems.(2014): Vol 22. No. 1: 190-195. (SCImago Journal Rank:Q1, ERA:A*)
[Journal] A. P. James*, and S. Dimitrijev, Cognitive memory network, IET Electronics Letters, Vol 46, Issue 10, 2010, p. 677-678.(H Index: 98, Impact factor: 1.01, SCImago Journal Rank:Q1, ERA:A) doi:10.1049/el.2010.0279
[Journal] A. P. James*, S. Dimitrijev, Face recognition using local binary decisions, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Vol 15 2008, p 821 - 824. (H Index: 64, Impact factor: 1.15, SCImago Journal Rank:Q1, ERA:A) doi:10.1109/LSP.2008.2006339