I am a Ph.D. candidate at The University of Washington (UW), Seattle where I do research in computer vision, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and natural language processing. More specifically, I am interested in designing efficient machine learning architectures for visual and textual data that can run on resource-constrained device (e.g., smartphones and embedded devices) with good generalization properties.

At UW, I am advised by Prof. Linda Shapiro and Prof. Hannaneh Hajishirzi. I am a part of the GRAIL lab, the UW NLP group, and the H2Lab. I also collaborate with The Tasker Center for Accesible Technology (TCAT), Allen Institute for AI (AI2), and XNOR.AI. Before coming to UW, I worked for about 5 years in Bangalore, India at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Infosys Research Lab.

Research Highlights

Real-time semantic segmentation using ESPNetv2 on iPhone7

Real-time object deteciton using ESPNetv2