I am a Pre-Doctoral Researcher at Google Research India, under the guidance Prateek Jain and Inderjit Dhillon. Throughout this period, I've had the privilege of learning from two exceptional mentors: Dheeraj Nagaraj, and Arun Sai Suggala. Previously, I pursued my B.E. in Computer Science and Msc. in Economics from BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus.

Prior to this, I also worked as a consultant at MILA advised by Yoshua Bengio. I have been fortunate enough to work with few strong research teams across the world in the field of AI, including Amit Sheth and T.K. Prasad at Kno.e.sis, Karim Jerbi from Cognitive & Computational Neuroscience Lab, University of Montreal, Samira Kahou from MILA, and Dr. Gokul Swamy from Amazon ML.

My research interests are broadly in the domain of deep learning, and in particular, I am interested in designing robust and efficient techniques for practical deep learning systems. In the ever-growing application of machine learning in real-world scenarios, it becomes imperative for models to exhibit qualities of robustness, efficiency, and more.

I also use this website to blog about research that interests me. In my spare time, I enjoy gaming and playing badminton.