Faculty Profile: Sanchita Ghose

Sanchita Ghose

Assistant Professor

Discipline: Electrical and Computer Engineering


Email: sanchitaghose@sfsu.edu

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Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Texas, San Antonio, TX, 2022


Dr. Sanchita Ghose joined San Francisco State University in 2022 as a faculty member in computer engineering. She is awarded the ECE Outstanding Graduate Research Award (2022), Competitive ECE Pioneer Award (2021), Best Research Award in Applied AI on AI Summit (2019), ECE Best Grading Assistant Award, Graduate Professional Development Awards (2019-2021), OCI Stipend Award, Electrical Engineering Travel Award. She has been chosen multiple times as the representative ECE graduate student from UTSA to attend ECEDHA-iREDIFINE workshops and the SWECEDHA conference.

Her current research interest includes developing a deep learning algorithm for multimodal learning and cross-modal retrieval applications, focusing on computer vision, action recognition, sound synthesis, and video processing. She published her research articles in the most reputed Multimedia Journal, “IEEE Transactions on Multimedia.”

Prior to joining SFSU, Dr. Ghose worked as a Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant in ECE (Electrical & Computer Engineering) Department, UTSA. Alongside that, she worked as a Research Program Coordinator in an NSF collaborative research Grant named "SWEETER" with the Dean of College of Engineering, UTSA.


Research Laboratory

Dr. Ghose is the Director of the AI Lab for Augmented Multimodal Perception (AI-LAMP) at San Francisco State University. AI-LAMP research program explores the cutting-edge intersection of artificial intelligence and sensory augmentation. This lab is dedicated to advancing the field of multimodal perception by harnessing the power of AI to enhance human sensory experiences and augment our understanding of the world.







Dr. Ghose is fond of visiting national and state parks, exploring new places, listening to Classical Indian music (especially the sitar and flute), painting and landscape sketching, photography, learning about astrology and numerology, attending social events (like stand-up comedy, musical, concerts), cooking and wathcing movies.