I am a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research India. I am advised by Prateek Jain from the Machine Learning and Optimization Group and Harsha Vardhan Simhadri, Vivek Seshadri from the Systems Group.
Update: We will be presenting our work at NIPS 2018!
I am currently working on:
- Intelligent Devices Expedition:
Machine learning predictions on edge devices (microcontrollers) is critical in many scenarios where we are constrained by latency and bandwidth or value data privacy and battery life. e.g. Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable electronics. In this project we are designing new ML algorithms that generate extremely small models that can enable prediction on edge devices with accuracies comparable to cloud solutions.
- Pulscity: Deplyoing IoT for urban cities involves 3 chanllenges:
(a) Deploying sensor systems that capture the physical phenomenon (b)
Transmission of data from the sensors to cloud/server and (c)
Getting meaningfull insights from the data.
In this project, we propose novel techniques to build a scalable framework to address the communication component - transmission of data from the sensors to centralised server.
Prior to this, I obtained a B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from R.V.
College of Engineering in 2017 (awarded University Gold Medal). During my undergraduate
program, I worked with Prof. M.M. Nayak
from Center for Nano Science and Engineering, Indian
Institute of Science from 2016-2017. I was an intern with Siemens R&D in the
summer of 2015.