I am a Ph.D. student at Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. I work in the broad area of interaction systems. I love research and am looking to make an impact. I like to work on the hardest problems - the ones that people assume are impossible to solve.

I have ten years of experience in computing and spent five years doing industrial research at Yahoo Research, Microsoft Research, and Bosch Research. I have done practical work in signal processing, computer vision & deep learning, information visualization, crowdsourcing, natural language processing & speech recognition, resulting in 10+ papers at top conferences and 10+ granted US patents.