I’m a Ph.D. student at the Cheriton School of Computer Science at UWaterloo, advised by Prof Kimon Fountoulakis and Prof Aukosh Jagannath. I am a part of the OpAL Lab and the A&C group. My research interests are statistical learning theory and generalization in machine learning. Currently I’m trying to understand the role of graph convolutions at deeper layers of a network.
I received my thesis-based M.Math. degree from UWaterloo, advised by Prof. Jeffrey Shallit, where I worked on algorithmic number theory and combinatorics on words. Prior to that I spent a couple of years at Microsoft in the Azure Compute ecosystem working on migration and replication. I graduated with a CS major from IIT Jodhpur. During my undergrad, I actively contested at the ACM-ICPC, Google Codejam, and several CTFs.
Fun fact: My Erdős number is 2.
|May 8, 2021||Our work on graph convolutions is accepted at ICML 2021|
|Feb 16, 2021||Preprint available: Improved linear separability and generalization through graph convolution|
|Jun 26, 2020||Volunteered for STOC 2020|
|May 13, 2020||Master’s thesis published at UWSpace|