PhD student @Emory University | Member of CAV Lab and Simbiosys Lab
I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science
at Emory University.
I am advised by Dr. Avani Wildani
where I work at designing knowledge transfer models for spatio-temporal datasets. This work is in collaboration with
Dr. Yang Liu and
Dr. Jianzhao Bi, and focuses on improving PM 2.5 predictions for
data-deficient regions using domain adaptation and transfer learning. We also analyze how real-world data varies in complexity and
the measures affecting their distribution, which in-effect provides insights into how transfer learning algorithms can be made more generalizable.
I also collaborate with Dr. Emily Wall, where I work in the field of human decision making especially looking into the change in belief and knowledge update patterns for individuals as a function of time.
I did my Master's degree at IIIT-Delhi and worked with Dr. Vinod Scaria @CSIR-IGIB during my Thesis.
When I'm not down the rabbit hole of research, I like to run, read and rhyme (yep, that was intentional). In a previous life, I liked playing soccer. Some might even say I am decent at the game. Some ... not me ;). I always appreciate good coffee and book recommendations. Here are some books that I would recommend: