I graduated with a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Arizona State University, co-advised by Prof. Robert LiKamWa and Prof. Yezhou Yang in December 2018. During my masters, I looked into problems at the intersection of visual computing and mobile systems, designing novel system and algorithms to improve mobile mixed reality experiences.
Previously, I obtained B.Tech (hons.) from IIIT Hyderabad, where I was advised by Prof. P J Narayanan as an honors student at Centre for Visual Information Technology (CVIT). In my honors thesis, I explored the area of computational photography and image representation. I spent Summer 2017 in the beautiful city of Tübingen, interning with the Perceiving Systems group under Prof. Michael Black at Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems to study challenges in real-time computer vision tasks on commercial smartphones.
Real-time Illumination Estimation Using Collaborative Photorealistic Rendering for Mobile Augmented Reality
Poster presentation. (Best Poster Award)
February 2019 - October 2019
Refactored an Image Based Rendering software along with reference algorithms for open-source release under the supervision of George Drettakis.
Research Aide, Meteor Studio
January 2016 - December 2018
Studied system optimization for enhanced performance of computer vision and graphics on mobile and embedded platforms with Prof. Robert LiKamWa.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, CIDSE ASU
January 2018 - May 2018
Teaching assistant for CSE470 - Computer Graphics under Dr. Dianne Hansford in Spring 2018.
June 2017 - August 2017
Interned under Prof. Michael Black to study real-time dense optical flow estimation on mobile phones using live camera feed using Convolutional Neural Networks.
Here is the most recent version of my Resume (updated May 2020).
I'm a hobbyist photographer and love capturing moments from my life. I particularly like travel and concert photography. Follow my collection on Instagram to see the world through my eyes! ;-)