Anirban Ray

 Anirban is currently a PhD student hosted in Jug Group at Human Technopole, advised by Dr. Florian Jug. His PhD Program is affiliated with the Faculty of Computer Science at the Technische Universität Dresden where he is a PhD candidate in Computer Science. His current project involves the application of AI in bioimage analysis. More specifically, he is investigating different bioimage restoration and analysis techniques using (wavelet based) multiresolution frequency analysis, deep learning, and denoising diffusion models. 

Anirban graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering, from Vel Tech University in Chennai, India (2011 – 2015). During his undergrad, Anirban spent few months at Mahindra Teqo (formerly Machine Pulse), as an Engineering Intern in renewable energy projects, where he worked in an interdisciplinary team to evaluate the migration of databases to cloud. In his undergrad, he was also selected among top students from all over India, to participate in the undergraduate summer school at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru. 

Anirban was awarded the Aichi Monozukuri Scholarship in 2015 by the Japanese Government, where he received a full funding to pursue his Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree at Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, advised by Professor Jun Sato and co-advised by Professor Fumihiko Sakaue, where he investigated the sequential nature of information flow inside a deep neural network using LSTMs. During his Master’s course, he also did a short internship at Sun Corporation, in Aichi, Japan where he worked on the AceReal augmented reality glasses for industrial applications. 

After graduating with an M.Eng. degree in 2018 from Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, Anirban worked as a computer vision researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. (Research and Development Group) in Tokyo, Japan, from April 2018 to January 2022. His work primarily involved the application of deep learning to microscopy images. 


Aichi Monozukuri Scholarship, (2015 – 2018): Selected among top 10 students from all over Asia with full funding for Master of Engineering Study at Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan.








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