Areas of interest

We develop algorithms for signal analysis and system design. 
*  Image Processing and Analysis
*  Visual Tracking
*  Biomedical Signal Processing
*  Computer Vision
*  UAV / UAS (Drone) Development
*  Mathematical Modeling
*  Robust Control
*  Pattern Recognition
*  Machine Learning
*  Embedded Systems
For prospective students
The ANRY Lab is always looking for undergraduate and graduate prospective students. Our lab could provide you with research experiences when solving real-world problems. Please check our Projects to learn more.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Arie Nakhmani 
anry@uab.edu



News and Events

Faculty Development Grant Poster Session

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We have participated in the FDGP poster session. 

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The BRAIN Initiative Grant is Funded

BRAIN Initiative announcementWe have got one of the most prestigious grants for the brain research. Congratulations to Dr. Harrison Walker from the Neurology Department, who is the PI on this grant, and our team.

We Won Infrastructure Vision 2050 Competition!

We won the "Dream" phase of the Infrastructure Vision 2050 Challenge. This is a multinational competition of ideas for infrastructure improvement. Our winning team received $9,000.
IEM Announcement
AL.COM Article 
IMAKEAMERICA Article

Our Lab Work With Drones Has Been Featured in The Mix and on Alabama TV

Arie Nakhmani and Ali Darwish
  1. In the lab: These drones are made for fishing, dam patrols, and globe-trotting rescue missions
  2. Students look to address Alabama's lack of dam inspections
  3. Students chart new courses for drones

Drones at Hoover Public Library

Ali Darwish with drone Ali Darwish, PhD candidate in the UAB Computer Engineering program overviewed his work with drones for the Discoveries in the Making program at the Hoover Public Library. He flew his drones in the lobby as well discussed the engineering and applications of drones. Ali combines microcontrollers like the Raspberry Pi, servos, sensors, software, and 3D printed strutural compoents to a variety of drones with different capabilities. Read more ...


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