Raja KushalnagarAssistant Professor
Published Conference Proceedings
Kushalnagar, Raja S., Poorna Kushalnagar, and Jeffrey B. Pelz. "Deaf and Hearing Students? Eye Gaze Collaboration." Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers Helping People. Ed. Klaus Miesenberger and Arthur Karshmer. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Berlin, 1012. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Poorna., Benjamin P. Williams, and Raja Kushalnagar. "Community-Based Participatory Approach: Students as Partners in Educational Accessible Technology Research." Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computers Helping People. Ed. Klaus Misenberger and Arthur Karshmer. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2012. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S., Brian P. Trager, and Karen P. Beiter. "Assistive View Replay for Deaf Students." Proceedings of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) Annual Conference 2012. Ed. Unknown. Baltimore, MD: Unknown, 2012. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S. and Joseph S. Stanislow. "Maximizing Content Learning for Deaf Students and English as a Second Language Students." Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium for Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education. Ed. Unknown. New York, NY: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2012. Print. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S., Poorna Kushalnagar, and Gianni Manganelli. "Collaborative Gaze Cues for Deaf Students." Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). Ed. Unknown. Seattle, WA: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2012. Web. *
Cahill, LK Phadtare, RS Kushalnagar, ND. "Detecting Hand-Palm Orientation and Hand Shapes for Sign Language Gesture Recognition Using 3D Images." Proceedings of the 2012 Western New York Image Processing Workshop. Ed. Dhiraj Joshi. Rochester, NY: IEEE, 2012. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S. "Mobile Accessible Technology Research." 2012 Academic Careers Workshop for Underrepresented Participants. NSF, CMD-IT, CDC, CAHSI, and AccessComputing. Atlanta, GA. 15 Mar. 2012. Conference Presentation.
Kushalnagar, Raja S. "Mobile Accessible Technology." Center for Learning Technology. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 9 Apr. 2012. Guest Lecture.
Kushalnagar, Raja S. "Accessible Viewing Device: Enhancing Classroom Access." NTID Dept. of Research and Teacher Education Seminar Series. Rochester Institute of Technology/NTID. Rochester, NY. 25 Mar. 2012. Guest Lecture.
Rashid, Khadijat, Poorna Kushalnagar, and Raja Kushalnagar. "How Deaf Adult Signers Experience Implants: Some Preliminary Conclusions." Cochlear Implants: Evolving Perspectives. Ed. Raylene Paludneviciene and Irene W. Leigh. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, 2012. 45-59. Web. ˜
Kushalnagar, Raja S., and J. Paris. “Evaluation of a Scalable and Distributed Mobile Device Video Recording Approach for Accessible Presentations.” Proc. of IPCCC 2010: The 29th IEEE International Performance Computing and Communications Conf., Albuquerque, NM. 9-11 Dec. 2010. 81-88. Print. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S., A.C. Cavender, and J. Paris. “Multiple View Perspectives: Improving Inclusiveness and Video Compression in Mainstream Classroom Recordings.” Proceeding ASSETS ‘10, Proceeedings of the 12th International ACM SIGACCESS Conferemce on Computers and Accessibility. Orlando, FL. 25-27 Oct 2010. 123-130. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja S., and Jehan-Francois Paris. “Multiple View Scalability of Presentations Distributed to Heterogeneous Devices.” Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (SPECTS). Proc. of SPECTS 2010: 2010 International Symposium, University of Houston. Houston, TX. 11-14 July 2010. 7-13. IEEE. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja. “A Comparison of P2P Approaches in Handling Multiple Video Perspective Streams by Mobile Devices to Support a More Inclusive Environment.” Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops). 2010 8th IEEE International Conference, Universitate Trier. Mannheim, Germany. 29 Mar. - 2 Apr. 2010. 855-56. IEEE. Web. *
Kushalnagar, Raja. “Empowering Mainstreamed Deaf Students with Multiple Video Perspectives.” International Symposium in Technology and Deaf Education, NTID at RIT. Rochester, NY. 23 June 2010. Presentation.