Anandha Gopalan

Teaching Fellow
Department of Computing
Imperial College London
180, Queen's Gate
London, SW7 2RH
Office: 306, Huxley
Ph: +44 207 594 3078
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Who am I ?

I am a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. Before starting this role, I was a Research Associate as part of the Distributed Software Engineering Group and worked with Dr. Morris Sloman, Dr. Emil Lupu, and Dr. Naranker Dulay. I completed my PhD from the Computer Science Department at the University of Pittsburgh under the supervision of Dr. Taieb Znati in the area of pervasive and ubiquitous computing. You can find more information about my research interests in the Research section.

Going back still further in history, I spent five wonderful years at St. Stephen's College, Delhi, India, where I completed my Bachelors and Masters in Mathematics. After which, I spent one year at Wichita State University, Kansas. At Wichita, I was working under Dr. Nicholas Tran, (he has since shifted to Santa Clara University), in the field of Digital Watermarking. We also wrote up a small article, on how to extend GIMP for Digital Watermarking. We also implemented StirmarkTM in octave, (article available here).