Computational Sensing Laboratory

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Computational sensing is the process of extraction, analysis and use of knowledge about the sensed phenomena. Through computational sensing we aim to address sensing problems through interdisciplinary approaches that include instrument design, phenomena modeling, simulation and experimentation, and especially use of high performance computational environments.

Computational Sensing Laboratory was created in 2003 as a venue that supports both algorithmic design and instrument experimentation. CSL employs a variety of sensing platforms including visible and hyperspectral cameras and diverse computing architectures such as Windows, Unix and Linux workstations as well as powerful Beowulf cluster.

Since its inception, CSL has hosted  over a dozen undergraduate student projects and nine MS thesis and projects. CSL’s work is funded by the National Science Foundation, HP Foundation, Sun Microsystems, and SPIE totaling over $1 Million.

CSL is managed by Dr. Stefan Robila, Professor in the Department of Computer Science.

Dr. Stefan A. Robila
Department of Computer Science
Computational Sensing Laboratory
312 Richardson Hall
Montclair State University
1 Normal Ave
Montclair, NJ 07043

To contact us:

Phone: 973-655-4230 / 973-655-4166

Fax: 973-655-4164