Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA.
Dr. Saraju P. Mohanty is a Professor at the University of North Texas. Prof. Mohanty’s research is in “Smart Electronic Systems” which has been funded by NSF, SRC, US Air Force, IUSSTF, and Mission Innovation. He has over 20 years of research experience on security and protection of media, hardware, and system. He introduced the Secure Digital Camera (SDC) in 2004 with built-in security features designed using Hardware-Assisted Security (HAS) or Secure by Design (SbD) principle. His the widely credited as the designer for the first digital watermarking chip in 2004 and first the low-power digital watermarking chip in 2006. He has authored 300 research articles, 4 books, and invented 4 US patents. His Google Scholar h-index is 35 and i10-index is 126 with 5200+ citations. He is a recipient of 11 best paper awards, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Outstanding Service Award in 2020 for contributions to the IEEE CE society, the IEEE-CS-TCVLSI Distinguished Leadership Award in 2018 for services to the IEEE and to the VLSI research community, and the 2016 PROSE Award for Best Textbook in Physical Sciences and Mathematics category from the Association of American Publishers for his Mixed-Signal System Design book. He has delivered 9 keynotes and served on 5 panels at various International Conferences. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (MCE). He has mentored 2 post-doctoral researchers, and supervised 11 Ph.D. dissertations, 26 M.S. theses, and 12 undergraduate research projects.
Smart electronic systems, The backbone of which is a combination of AI/ML, Data analytics, Security at the edge of IoT (not just at the cloud of IoT) in the cyber-physical systems (CPS)