I am currently a fifth year Ph.D. student in the Machine Learning Group at Princetons's Computer Science department. Currently, I am working with Dr. Adam Finkelstein. 

My long-term research goal is to build conversational agents spanning modalities like speech and language. Most of my current research has focused on applications of machine learning in audio perception, including designing perceptual objective metrics for evaluating audio quality and characterizing the acoustic nature of the audio in different environments.

During my PhD, I have interned twice at Facebook Reality Labs Research (FRLR) in Redmond, WA, and at Adobe Research in San Francisco, CA. Before that, during undergrad, I have spent time at Carnegie Mellon University under the guidance of Dr. Bhiksha Raj working on retrieving semantically similar sounds. I have also spent time at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT Delhi) advised by Dr. Tapan K. Gandhi where I worked on various Machine Learning algorithms for analyzing and detecting the tumors in human brain.

I completed my B.Tech from Indian Institute Of Technology, Guwahati in 2018 in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.


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