I am currently a PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology in Computer Science. I am advised by Prof. Srinivas Aluru and Prof. Le Song. I like working with probailistic graphical models and developing highly structured deep learning architectures, which can be used for wide variety of tasks. I also spend time exploring theoretical aspects towards better understanding of these neural network architectures and associated meta-learning approaches. An additional aspect of my research is to explore High Performance Computing concepts to develop scalable machine learning algorithms.
Prior to Georgia Tech, I was a researcher at Xerox Research Center India from July 2014 to July 2016, where I mostly worked in the areas of scalable machine learning, developing new ML algorithms for applications in healthcare domain.
I have a B.Tech(Hons) + M.Tech (Dual Degree) in Electronics & ECE from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (2009-2014). I like swimming, enjoy playing squash and always up for good weekend getaway hike!
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