Hexagon Lavish®, scientific R&D

"The Pinnacle of Informational Interpretation"

Atlanta, Georgia

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What We're About

Hexagon Lavish® is an anti-artificial intelligence / scientific R&D startup in Atlanta, Georgia.

Our stance on artificial intelligence is the utility of such a "beast" that can be tamed for practicality for both the consumer and for commercial use. We aim to be the apex of all things related to computer vision.

The Purpose We Serve

The purpose we serve is to show people the benefits of conducting research when it's focused on science; not consensus. Hexagon Lavish® is not founded on the principles of "doing favors" nor making appeasement to gratify others' appetite for attention.

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Ram Harshvardhan

Co-Founder, Director of Engineering

Ram comes from a happy and humble family from Chennai, the southern capital of India. Ram joined the prestigious Anna University in 2007 for a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, where he was also fortunate to undergo in-plant training and internships at various power stations in Tamil Nadu, thereby gaining industry exposure and a working knowledge of heavy machinery. He then decided to pursue his Masters in the U.S., being fascinated by integrated circuits and the way technology is shaping around it.

Ram has developed a specialization in very large scale integrated circuit design during his Masters from Southern Illinois University Carbondale that consists of course of study in analog, digital, mixed signal, CMOS IC design, RF design, computer architecture, fault testing and simulation, test automation, schematic and layout techniques, ASIC design, RTL design, device physics and image processing. Ram was also able to get hands-on experience on much of the design automation tolls used for the projects.

Undertaking a thesis opportunity, Ram began his research on analog-to-digital converters. The collaboration between Ram and his research professor led to the development of a novel technique that speeds up the binary search process in a Successive Approximation ADC with reduced power consumption. Ram was completely responsible for the transistor-level implementation and schematic circuit design of the ADC in 130nm technology and concentrated on transistor placement techniques such as non-ideal effects, leakage, on-resistance, channel charge injections. Parts of the thesis included RTL design in Verilog, MATLAB simulations to calculate certain parameters and efficient debugging techniques. The paper presented with this method received the Best Paper award at a conference in 2014.

Mr. Harshvardhan is a recent graduate (May 2015) and commenced his hunt for job opportunities and became an Electrical Engineer for Hexagon Lavish. Ram came to know Desmond, his visions and goals for his company and the tasks that Ram will be responsible for. Apart from working on the company's core software product (PIR), he will also be responsible for analyzing and utilizing various sensors in a smartphone for deploying the software in not only the aforementioned, but also for various other platforms.

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