HP Labs India, Bangalore
HP Labs India was established in February 2002 with the principal focus on creating new technologies for addressing the IT needs of the next billion customers for HP. A large majority of these new customers arise from rapidly growing markets such as India with distinct technological, social and economic characteristics. By understanding this context deeply, HP Labs aims to create new and relevant technologies.
Some of the contributions from HP Labs India include the Vayu Computing in the Living Room, Personalized Video, VideoBook, SiteOnMobile, Gesture Keyboard, Lipi Toolkit, Trusted Hardcopy, Printcast and Educenter. These contributions have received recognitions such as the Asian Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award 2006, Manthan Award 2007, NASSCOM Award 2007 and NASSCOM IT Innovator 2009, MIT Tech Reviews Grand Challenge Awards 2010.
HP Labs India follows the tradition of deep technical research along with developing end-to-end solutions that have direct impact on HP’s business through innovations in products and services. Our current research thrust is on developing services and solutions for the consumers and enterprise in India, such as (a) human augmented computing (b) future school of the 21st century (c) mobile applications and services relevant for the local market, and (d) human-computing device interaction technologies for users at the bottom of the pyramid.
The above research thrust is pursued in the following research streams
For more information about these areas, please visit the research pages corresponding to them and for our earlier projects please visit our Project Archive.
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Currently we are accepting applications for Consultants and Post-Docs only.
We are always interested in discussing employment or internship opportunities with researchers. We also have opportunities for consultants and visiting faculty on sabbaticals with expertise in our research focus areas.
HP labs India has won several awards and appreciation for it's inventions
Anirudh Sharma, a research engineer from HP Labs has been named Indian Innovator of the Year under the age of 35 by the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Technology Review for his work on Le Chal, a smart shoe that can guide visually impaired individuals. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-03-11/bangalore/31145078_1_technology-review-innovators-shoe
Technology Review India's 2010 Grand Challenges for Technologists (2010 TRGC)
HP Labs India has won Technology Review India's 2010 Grand Challenges for Technologists (2010 TRGC) Program! Out of the seven winning solutions Technology Review has listed in its January 2011 issue, two belongs to HPL India - Future of School on Cloud and Delivering Health Care on Phone.
NASSCOM IT Innovator 2009
SiteOnMobile has been selected under top 50 innovations in India by NASSCOM Innovation Awards 2009.
Document Authentication System (DAS) among Asian Innovation Awards 2007 finalists.
Toolkit from HP Labs India won a Manthan award for 2007
in the e-localization category.
Gesture Keyboard runner up at the Technology Innovation Awards 2006. It also won the NASSCOM Innovation award in 2007.
For more info, visit our awards page.
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