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Currently, Manoranjan Paul is a Full Professor in the Computer Science at the School of computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, Australia. He is the Director of Computer Vision Lab and Head of Machine Vision & Digital Health (MAVIDH) Research Group.

Prof Paul received PhD degree from Monash University, Australia in 2005. Previously, he was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the UNSW, Monash, and Nanyang Technological University.

He is the recipient of the Golden Disruptor Award and ICT Researcher of the Year 2017 from Australian Computer Society. He obtained more than $4.0M competitive grant money including Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects, Wine Australia projects, Soil CRC PhD projects, NSW Government, Wester Australia Government projects. He has successfully supervised 15 PhD students and 2 Professional Doctorate students.

He is an Associate Editor of three top ranked international journals such as IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (Rank CORE A*), IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology (JCR Ranked Q1), and EURASIP Journal of Advances in Signal Processing. He is the Chair of PSIVT Steering Committee (2020-),  a General Chair of PSIVT-19, and Program Chair of IEEE DICTA-21, DICTA-18 and PSIVT-17.

His research interests are in Video Coding, Image Processing, Machine Vision, Artificial Intelligence, EEG and Eye Tracking, and remote sensing. He has published more than 195 refereed publications including 70+ journal articles. He was an invited keynote speaker in DICTA-17 & 2013, CWCN-17, WoWMoM-14, and ICCIT-10.

Education/Academic qualification

Computer Science and Engineering, PhD, Monash University

22 Nov 200128 Mar 2005

Award Date: 10 Oct 2005

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