HPL India: Innovations for the Next Billion Customers
Sriganesh ("SriG") is a Senior Research Scientist and the Principal Investigator for the Intuitive Multimodal and Gestural Interaction (IMaGIn) project at HP Labs India. This multidisciplinary project aims to explore intuitive touch and visual gesture-based interaction experiences for personal systems, and create technologies to support them.
SriG (pronouned "sreejee") joined HP Labs India in April 2002. From 2002-2007, he led research into handwriting recognition and linguistic resources for Indic scripts (partially open sourced as Lipi Toolkit), standards such as W3C InkML for platform-neutral representation of digital ink and related toolkits, and pen-based interfaces and solutions relevant to the emerging markets in spaces such as form filling, text input and collaboration.
Prior to joining HP, SriG was a senior staff engineer with Narus, a startup in Palo Alto, California. Earlier he was Research Staff Member with the Document Analysis and Recognition group at IBM Almaden Research Center.
He holds a PhD and MS in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.