About me

I currently study Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I'm a very passionate technology and education enthusiast, and I absolutely love being challenged with new ideas every day. My research and innovation interests lie in understanding and evaluating the feasibility of education technologies for diverse learning environments; I love working at the intersection of the learning sciences, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction. I aim to engineer creative and contextually appropriate technological solutions for different communities.

In my free time, when I'm not out for a jog, I'm usually playing the violin. I learned to play the violin in the Indian Carnatic Classical style at the age of 8, and I eventually self-taught myself the Western and other Indian styles. I usually spend my free time composing new notes or repurposing some of my favourite Keerthanams, Hindi music, and English music into interesting fusions. I also used to perform regularly at concerts and events up until 2014.

To learn more about my work, please check out my portfolio or a full list of my publications. Please shoot me a message if you'd like to share a funny joke or if you have any questions!


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