About me

I seek to solve problems that involve (a) analysis of existing Machine Learning algorithms using mathematical tools such as probability and high-dimensional geometry and (b) proposing new algorithms involving large scale optimization, which have either theoretical or interpretability guarantees.

Currently, I am a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research Lab - India where I am fortunate to work with Dr. Harsha Vardhan Simhadri and Dr. Navin Goyal on unsupervised techniques for word embeddings and theory of convergence of neural networks. Prior to the fellowship, I attended IIT Kharagpur where I obtained my B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering in 2018.

I help in organizing Theory seminar at Microsoft Research India. Please get in touch if you are interested in presenting your work at MSR India.

I will be joining the Computer Science department of Princeton University for my graduate studies in Fall 2020.