About me

I’m currently a graduate student pursuing Masters in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). I’m actively looking out for full-time opportunities starting January 2020 in the domain of Machine Learning and Systems.

During my time at CMU, I have taken up courses in the domain of Statistics, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Systems and Algorithms. During the summer of 2019, I worked as an intern in the Prediction team at Uber ATG, the self-driving wing of Uber, working on a novel machine learning algorithm to predict the trajectory of actors surrounding the autonomous vehicles.

Prior to CMU, I was working as a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research India under Dr. Prateek Jain. In the project, I was exploring the application of Deep Learning to the domain of Program Synthesis, more specifically to the PROSE framework inbuilt in Microsoft Excel. In the past, I have worked in the fields of Machine Learning and Systems at my various internships at Microsoft Research, Amazon, Microsoft IDC and IIRS.

I graduated in Economics and Computer Science with distinction from BITS Pilani, India. During undergraduate days I had worked on a number of projects in web development, machine learning, data mining and software engineering.

For more details on my projects, please visit my projects page.

Moreover, I love meeting people, public speaking, event management and leading teams in general. Apart from being an active debater and participant in Model United Nations in the past, I have had a food delivery startup of my own along with a team of 5. Also, I led a team of over 300 students and successfully organised Waves 2014, the annual cultural festival of my college. I have also represented India in the HPAIR Harvard-Asia Conference and the PASCH Project, where I completed the A1 and A2 course in Deutsch during a fully-funded 21-day youth camp in Germany.

You can find my resume here.