Sudheesh Singanamalla, Venkatesh Potluri, Colin Scott and Indrani Medhi-Thies. 2019. PocketATM: Understanding and Improving ATM Accessibility in India. In the proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD ’19). Ahmedabad,India. ACM.(Download Slides)
Blending engineering and design together to build solutions to real world problems.
I am an engineer & designer exploring the path of research, currently working as a Research Fellow at the Microsoft Research India lab (MSRI) advised by Dr. Bill Thies & Dr. Colin Scott in the Technology for Emerging Markets (TEM) group. In my work at the lab focused on systems and security, I am advised by Dr. Muthian Sivathanu & Dr. Satya Lokam.
I am a strong believer in blending the best take aways from the world of design, engineering and research to build solutions which make a difference. For me the best solutions are those which are well thought of, have a great user experience with a well rounded methodology of design while at the same time technologically challenging to implement and which satisfies the end user. I consider myself a lifelong learner with a desire to openly share what I learn from others and what I can teach to others.
I pursued my undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Warangal '16 and a Technology Entrepreneurship and Product Design programme from Indian School of Business '16. Prior to joining Microsoft Research, I worked as a software engineer at Microsoft India Development Centre and have work experience as an intern and software developer with various startups and organizations like Google, Redhat and Mozilla.
Pocket ATM: Understanding and Improving ATM Accessibility in India ICTD X (2019)
Avatar: Enabling Immersive Collaboration via Live Mobile Video AltMM @ ACM MM (2018)
Sudheesh Singanamalla, William Thies, and Colin Scott. 2018. Avatar: Enabling Immersive Collaboration via Live Mobile Video. In 3rd International Workshop on Multimedia Alternate Realities(AltMM18), October 22, 2018, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Collocated with ACM Multimedia (ACMMM). ACM. (Download Slides)
Vishrambh: Trusted philanthropy with end-to-end transparency HCI for Blockchain @ ACM CHI (2018)
Apurv Mehra, Ankush Jain, Sudheesh Singanamalla, Satya Lokam, Muthian Sivathanu, and Jacki O'Neill. 2018. Vishrambh: Trusted philanthropy with end-to-end transparency. In 1st International Workshop on HCI for Blockchain - Studying, Critiquing, Designing and Envisioning distributed ledger technologies. CHI'18.