I am a multi-disciplinary scientist and software developer, researching the technology domains of Machine and Deep Learning, Computer Vision, Data Science, Signal and Image Processing. I am a professional member of the IEEE, ACM, AAAI and reviewer for journals CVIU, IEEE-TIP, PE&RS and several technical conferences. My driving vision is designing intelligent machines that operate symbiotically with dynamic systems and evolve functionally when scaling to data of increasing size and complexity.
I wear multiple hats including that of research engineer, academic mentor, and entrepreneur. In industry, I’ve co-founded Ubihere - an intelligent geo-spatial localization solutions company. I also serve as technical adviser and collaborator on multiple technology ventures. In academia, I’ve mentored graduate students and co-written research grant proposals to NSF, NGA, NASA, NOAA, and DoD.
Presently, my research focus at present is development of Deep Learning methods, especially Adversarial Networks towards media forensic analysis on a DARPA funded project - MediFor. I have ongoing collaborations in the indoor navigation and automated driving technology space, Agriculture technology, and medical instrument technology space.
I look forward to opportunities to work with technologists in academia, industry or start-up space.
PhD in Computer Vision, 2013
University of Surrey
MTech in Electrical Engineering, 2006
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
BE in Instrumentation Engineering, 2003
University of Mumbai
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