I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in June 2016 and am working at the University Of Oxford in Professor Philip Torr’s Lab . I previously worked at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago with Professor Mohit Bansal and previously worked as a research intern at a startup named We Create Problems and Adobe Research in Bangalore.
I have been extremely passionate about Artificial Intelligence especially Deep Learning applications on Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing.
Some of my key projects include :
- Contextual RNN GAN for Abstract Reasoning Diagram Generation (To appear at AAAI-17 and NIPS Workshop on Adversarial Training 2016
- Message Passing Multi Agent Generative Adversarial Networks
- Improving Visual Question Answering with Dense Captions
I have also worked in the field of High Performance Computing and Parallel Programming. I worked in developing a novel parallel algorithm for solving the Boolean Satisfiability Problem and have implemented it on an NVidia GPU.
I had the chance to work in the High Performance Computing Lab called SAFARI under Professor Onur Mutlu at Carnegie Mellon University and we developed a model for estimating the slowdown of an application while running alongside other applications in a multicore processor. It resulted in a Publication in MICRO 2015.
I also have been quite frequent in the field of Competitive Programming, constantly participating in online Coding platforms such as Topcoder and Codeforces .
Apart from the technical side I am an avid quizzer, having been a National Finalist of the Prestigious Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2014, a city winner of the Limca Book of Records Quiz 2011 , a runner up of the esteemed TCS IT WIZ .
I have just recently been interested in Photography and have been learning photography ever since.I love to read novels and basically anything which is a treasure of knowledge .I love to play Squash and hit the gym quite frequently .
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